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Those who smoke should avoid the use of combination pill.
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Though all birth control methods serve a similar purpose, each one of them may not be suited for everybody. Those who smoke must judiciously avoid using combination pills. In case they do, the estragon present in them will cause development of blood clots. The same should be observed by those who suffer from migraine as combination pills increase the pain.
Which of the following is a possible disadvantage of using hormonal methods of birth control?
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The hormonal methods of birth control, apart from their many advantages, also have many disadvantages. When you use hormonal methods of birth control, it may lead to a delay in menstruation. At the same time, if you have used it in early breastfeeding, chances are that they may reduce the supply of your breast milk. In fact, contrary to perceived belief, use of combination pills or skin patch does not protect you from HIV or other sexually transmitted diseases.
Which of the following is a possible advantage of using hormonal birth control?
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Apart from reducing the risk of conceiving, the use of hormonal birth control methods also has multiple advantages. They have proved to be extremely beneficial in other aspects as well. They significantly reduce the cramps and bleeding during periods. At the same time, the pain during ovulation is also drastically lessened. In fact, research has shown that they also reduce the risk of pelvic inflammation diseases.
You must take the birth control pill everyday at the same time.
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This is one of the misconceptions harbored by those who are on birth control pills and it is only partially true. You may take the pill any time; the only thing that you must do is keep in check that you maintain a strict schedule and have them every day.
Contraceptive pills can cause miscarriages
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The sole objective of any birth control pill is to prevent unwanted pregnancy. Made up of estrogen and progestin, the pills avert pregnancy by impeding ovulation. However the fertilized embryo or the subsequent fetal development is not affected by the consumption of contraceptive pills thereby not leading to miscarriages.