The Dangers about

the Birth Control Pill


"So many people spend their health gaining wealth, and then have to spend their wealth to regain their health."
A.J. Reb Materi

Did you know that an estimated 150 million women worldwide take birth control pills?

So many women are not aware of the serious health implications of the Birth Control Pill. The birth control pills are often prescribed to address symptoms (like cramping, spotting, irregular periods and acne) instead of the underlying causes of the symptoms. Many women do not consider the very real (and sometimes very dangerous) side effects of these synthetic hormones, but you owe it to your body, and to your future children, to find out more.

First, let’s understand how birth control pills work in your body. Typically, your body ovulates once a month, ripening a new egg that will then journey down a fallopian tube. Eventually it reaches the uterus, where it would implant, if fertilized. If not fertilized by a sperm, then the lining of the uterus that had built up in preparation for the fertilized egg is unnecessary. Both egg and uterine lining leave your body, cleansing your system and preparing for a new month.

When you take birth control pills, you impose synthetic hormones on your natural cycle. Many birth control pills contain high levels of estrogen that effectively convince your pituitary gland that you are pregnant (this explains some of the side effects of the drugs) and that you don’t need to ovulate. Because your body thinks you are pregnant, the uterine lining thickens. Once you start the placebo pills, however, your estrogen level drops suddenly, and your body menstruates “normally.”

This abnormal cycle is what millions of women experience every month, and yet few doctors discuss the consequences of taking these prescriptions for year after year.

In this program you’ll find out:

  • How birth control pills work in your body

  • What broad categories birth control pills can be broken down

  • What are the serious health risks and side effects that accompany birth control pills

  • How birth control pills affect your gut

  • How about post-birth control health issues

  • What is the danger if you are taking birth control pills for a reason other than contraception