Greetings friends Steemists, today I come to talk about a topic, already very common for some women, about birth control pills or pills, but I want to clarify some doubts, for those women who still do not consume it, for lack of some knowledge, or those that they consume them, but they still do not know what their function really is.
First of all, before we get into the subject, we have to know what contraceptive pills are:
The pills or contraceptive pills are one of the most used contraceptive methods, now after the condom, it is a medicine which contains hormones, the way to take it is a daily pill for 21 days or 28 depending on the presentation, this with In order to prevent pregnancy.
How do contraceptive pills work in a woman's body?
The contraceptive pills contain hormones, which thickens the cervical mucus, causing the difficulty to the sperm, to reach the ovule.
Also the hormones of the pill affect in the ovulation, if the sperm arrived there is no ovule to fertilize, in such a way that a pregnancy can not occur.
Are contraceptive pills or pills safe?
Contraceptive pills have a 99% efficiency rate, as long as you do not forget to take it, every day, the percentage of the pill can be maintained or lowered.
It is advisable to take the pill every day at the same time if possible, again try not to waste any day, much less 2 days, without taking the pill because it loses the effect and you risk pregnancy.
What contraceptive pills are better?
Today, in day which we live, there are many advances in pharmacology and in the creation of medicines, some better than others, practically every day contraceptive pills are created for each type of woman, of course there are some women in whom the use of this contraceptive method not is recommended due to the medical background it presents.
There are contraceptive pills with many more hormones or less hormones, to know which is the best for you, you should first consult your trusted gynecologist, who will first tell you whether or not you can take this pill, usually women take the most common. as belara, miniginon, marvelon, to name a few, what you have to do is watch out for any unfavorable changes, like for example, you start doing a lot of damage to your head or you present nausea or dizziness, this is normal in the first days, But if the discomfort persists, you should see your doctor to suspend or change the treatment.
Do contraceptive pills protect against sexually transmitted diseases (E.T.C.)?
Not; Contraceptive pills are only very good for preventing pregnancy, but not against sexually transmitted diseases.
For that there are condoms that reduce, the probability of a contagion.
For people who have sex, using these 2 methods together, would be a much stronger protection, than using them separately.
Well I hope you liked this post, remember do not self medicate.
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