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Contraception

Many condoms are often made in a way that pregnancy can ocur and it has been said that there are abortion services that offer them free in order for there to be further abortions. It is also suspected that the coil has caused infertility

 

The Contraception Pill According To Research

What exactly is abortifacient birth control? Essentially, it’s a contraceptive that actually can cause early abortion. The majority of women who want to inhibit their fertility (as of 2012, about 10.7 million Americans[1]) turn to such methods. The principal method of abortifacient birth control is “the Pill,” which first became widely used in the late 1960’s and helped fuel the Sexual Revolution.

Here are 5 things you should know about birth control pills.

#1. The Pill can cause abortion.

The term “contraceptive” indicates that the results prevent a woman from being fertile at all. However, all birth control pills on the market today function as abortifacients part of the time.  The Pill ends early pregnancies part of the time by preventing implantation of an already fertilized egg.

How does this happen?

Over the past half-century, three general classes of birth control pill have been manufactured in the United States and other countries — the high dose pill, the low dose pill and the progestin-only “mini pill.”

Users of the old high dosage birth control pills experienced relatively severe side effects.  These pills were considered non abortifacient in their two fold modes of action.  The pills generally worked by thickening cervical mucus and inhibiting ovulation, but not by preventing implantation of a developing human being in the uterine lining. Sometimes, however, breakthrough ovulation occurred, and so the older pills were only occasionally abortifacient in their actions.

The newer low dosage pills have three modes of action:

•The first of the three modes of action is the suppression of ovulation.  When the female reproductive system is functioning normally, the hypothalamus (the part of the brain containing the vital autonomic regulatory centers) controls the release of gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH), which signals the pituitary gland to secrete luteinizing hormone (LH), which in turn assists ovulation and coordinates the release of estrogen and progestin from the ovaries. When a woman ingests birth control pills, they hijack her reproductive system.  The pills cause her ovaries to maintain a steady high level of estrogen and/or progestin production, depending upon the type and brand of pill being used.  Thus, her body is hormonally “tricked” into acting as if it is continuously pregnant.  The hypothalamus adjusts to this high level of hormone secretion and greatly decreases GnRH production.  Therefore, the production of luteinizing hormone by the pituitary gland is also inhibited, and ovulation either ceases or is drastically curtailed. During those months that ovulation is suppressed, the mode of action of the birth control pill is contraceptive (not abortifacient) in nature.

 

•The second mode of action of the birth control pill is also contraceptive in nature.  The pills cause changes in the consistency and acidity of cervical mucus, making it more difficult for sperm to penetrate and live in the cervix.

 

•The third mode of action of the birth control pill is abortifacient.  The pills cause changes in the endometrium (lining of the uterus), making implantation more difficult.  Examinations show that the abortifacient birth control pill transforms the endometrium from a welcoming, lush forest into a barren, sterile desert.  In a cycle where ovulation was not prevented and fertilization takes place, the pill causes a “silent abortion.”

•There are now more than 120 brands and varieties of birth control pills on the market.  All of them — from Alesse to Zovia — sometimes prevent implantation of the developing human being impossible.  This means that all of the newer oral contraceptive pills act as abortifacients at least part of the time.