Chemical Birth Control’s Negative Role in Both Men and Women – Vaxxter

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24-12-19 09:39:00,

By Dani Lasher, Vaxxter Contributor

This is a fourth in a series of articles exposing little-known scientific research on how Science and Pharma are destroying health, eliminating parental choice and negatively impacting the family.  Find Part One here  – Part Two here. – Part Three here.

Pharmaceutical birth control plays a major role in influencing the health of human beings. The lasting effect on childbirth after years of using birth control pills is unknown.

Birth Control is Not About Women’s Rights

Big Pharma capitalized on feminism to give women what they wanted: more choices. Decades later, it’s clear those fabricated choices have undermined women’s rights to informed consent and bodily autonomy. This “choice” paved the way for female disempowerment by removing adequate menstrual and fertility education from schools and even making the topic a societal taboo. Thus, young women are no longer on ways to naturally prevent pregnancy. The development of the birth control pill was a societal dream come true in the 1960 era of feminism. Women were given authority over their bodies, or so they thought.

The birth control pill gave these  side effects:

  • Nausea
  • Breast pain
  • Heart attack
  • Stroke
  • Blood clots and more

There are many anecdotal claims of the birth control pill causing allergic reactions and even classified mood disorders like Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder.

Uterine Implants

Intrauterine devices have become popular, with the copper IUD called Paragard, which positions itself as being “hormone-free.” Pharma tells women the copper ions kill sperm and has no hormonal effect. Herein lies the deception. The copper IUD doesn’t contain hormones, but copper does impact hormones.

Copper upregulates estrogen in the body. A 1973 study in Fertility & Sterility found copper increased estrogen uptake in rats. A 2014 Neurology case report noted increased copper levels alongside estrogen may raise the risk of cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease.

Several other IUDs contain synthetic hormones, such as Mirena, which is associated with some alarming adverse events. Bayer is battling several lawsuits over this device,

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