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Herbal Solution For Birth Control

One woman doesn’t want to buy the moon theory described, though she will look into the herbal solution. The thing is, the moon theory only works after you’ve made it work, and there are things you can do to become synchronized with the moon phases (unless you have insurmountable menstrual glitches.) Looking at the moon a lot (sounds freaky, but it’s true) and regulating the light in your bedroom are just 2 things. If it could work for you, you’d simply have more confidence in your birth control because you’d know more assuredly when you are ovulating.

The book “Herbal for the Childbearing Year” deals a lot with herbal contraception. There are herbs that promote temporary sterility, like stonessed root, jack-in-the-pulpit root, and thistles (some of these are very powerful so you would have to first research exactly how to use them); and there are “implantation preventers” which make the uterus unsuitable for a fertilized egg to grow in.

Carrot seed, Rutin, and smartweed leaves all prevent implantation. It may be very worthwhile for you to look

Medical Spas for Women

What a Consultation at a Spa Might Entail

If you are uncertain about using a temporary methods that involves a medical procedure, there are some Medical Spas that specialize in these things. Your doctor may refer you to one in order to help you make your final decision.

The establishment may have more in the way of information materials, and a consultant can spend more time going over your choices with you. Pros and cons can be discussed, including reliability of the different methods and possible side effects.

Implantable Devices

More than likely, when medical spas specialize in these methods, it has to do with implantable devices. This doesn’t mean that they will try to sell you on one of these methods, however. A reputable establishment will not encourage you to use an implantable device if it would be better for you to use another method.

That being said, if you decide on an implantable device because you think it would fit better with your lifestyle, you’ll have some different ones from

Hormonal Contraceptives For Women

Contrary to popular opinion, the after-effects of these products are often fully reversible after one has commenced and completed his or her treatment process. These techniques of contraception typically will refer to birth control methods that are acting mainly on the endocrine system. Popular examples of these would include the pill (which is the most common technique), patches, injections, intra-uterine systems, implants and finally the progestogen-only pill that is often referred to as the mini-pill.

Nowadays, nearly four million females within the United Kingdom itself are utilizing these contraceptive devices to help control fertility as well as prevent pregnancies from happening. They are also utilized to help treat particularly heavy periods of endometriosis as well as to help get rid of severe premenstrual symptoms. However, these products do not help to prevent one form obtaining STDs or sexually transmitted diseases.

The monthly cycles of a large majority of women are in fact regulated by two main hormones, namely oestrogen and progesterone. The former hormone tends to rise rapidly after her period which causes an unfertilized egg to

All about Female Infertility

1. Control your body weight – Obesity amongst many other causes is a leading cause of infertility. In order to get treatment for infertility, first and foremost step that you have to take is to modify your lifestyles. You need to get moving and losing your fat in order to remain not only in good physique but also in healthy condition to conceive children. Watch with your food intake and throw away sugary foods like carbonated drinks and sodas as well as junk food like burgers, deep fried meat and French fries. These things do not provide you with the necessary strength and energy for fertilization process. Maintain balanced diet including all types of fruits and vegetables to be consumed in varying quantities so that you get the best of nutrients and minerals from all types of healthy food items.

2. Use fertility drug – Clomid is one of the most anticipated and the best fertility drug present in the market. Not only it is cheap, but also very helpful in resulting in successful pregnancies. It is a 5 day course to consume this tablet once daily. It can only be consumed orally and has promising results.

Safety Using Condoms

Safe Condoms

Condoms may not offer the greatest and 100 % safety in terms of preventing unwanted pregnancies but there is also a big percentage that it may help in reducing the number of the unwanted pregnancy statistics. These alone would qualify such rubber contraceptives to be labeled as ” condoms”. It would be a smarter move to use the simplest and most affordable means of contraception nowadays which is safe condom. Another aspect of safety in condoms is that these rubber contraceptives are able to help insulate you versus sexually transmitted disease as well as the dreaded AIDS, syphilis and many other sexual diseases.

As a matter of fact, history would tell us that condoms were not actually invented to prevent having a pregnancy but rather to prevent acquiring the various transmissible sexual diseases, such as syphilis. Truly, the condoms of today can be considered as safe condoms knowing the ultimate reason for their invention was due to being safe and protecting people from getting sexual diseases.

Always make it a point that before you use any kind of condom, you first have to check if they are indeed safe condoms? Look by the

Contraceptive Diaphragm

Firstly, once you get the knack of getting it in and out, its insertion and removal really do not become an issue. The dome shaped soft substance usually made of latex with a spring inside the rim works when inserted inside the vagina and acts as a barrier between the cervix and an impending penis. And yes, while spontaneous sex can sometimes become less than impulsive when you have to excuse yourself to put it in, it really doesn’t take that much more time or effort than putting a condom on.

The real benefits though of using the contraceptive diaphragm is that you don’t need to worry about taking a daily pill, and its job won’t become null and void if you have to take an unexpected dose of antibiotics.
Unlike condoms, the chances of it breaking are next to none, and when inserted you can’t feel a thing except for the most wonderful sensation of skin to skin contact when your man’s penis is not covered in a condom.

A huge and often forgotten benefit is that the contraceptive diaphragm can become your best friend when you have your period. Inserted snugly up inside your

Must know about Birth Control

Barrier methods of birth control

The diaphragm, the cervical cap, the contraceptive sponge and condoms are common barriers that prevent pregnancy. They block the sperm from entering the uterus, and they are used every time you have sex. The cervical cap or diaphragm needs to be custom-made according to doctor’s specifications. Barriers like the sponge, the diaphragm and the cap may cause allergic reactions or increase the risk of urinary tract infections in some women.

Condoms

From all pregnancy control methods, condoms are the only ones that can protect you against both pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. They can be used in parallel with another pregnancy control method, such as spermicides to reduce the risk of pregnancy.

Hormonal methods

Hormonal birth control involves the use of oral contraceptives, patches, hormonal shots, vaginal rings and a certain type of intrauterine device. They all release hormones into the blood stream, usually a combination of estrogen and progestin (or progestin alone).

Each birth control method has its ups and downs, and in order to use them correctly, and make a good treatment choice, you have to know the good and bad. Take condoms for instance,

Sterilization Control

The problem of rapidly increasing population in developing countries has led to the initiation of vigorous birth control campaigns. But these have not always been easy to implement. In a country such as India where more than three-quarters of the people still live in some 600,000 rural villages, children have always been considered as an economic asset. Each new individual is a potential new worker which means greater productivity in the fields and extra security in the parents old age. This meant that when family planning workers visited these villages, birth control methods were met with resistance on both economic and religious grounds.

During the mid-1970s, however, the Indian government initiated a sterilization campaign, at first voluntary but later enforced and in early 1977 a law was passed stating that all government workers would undergo sterilization or lose their jobs.

Sterilization has emerged in the last two decades as a popular and effective method of birth control. It is argued by some that it is actually the most important issue of our time considering the current debates over climate change, famine, and pollution. One simple method to reduce the strain on the earth’s resources would be

Protect Yourself for HIV

HIV is a small and fragile virus that does not survive outside the body. This is commonly transmitted through bodily fluids such as semen, blood or vaginal secretions. It can enter the body through sexual intercourse.

For individuals who are sexually active or couples who are not yet ready to have children, the best form of protection is through latex condoms. For those who are shy to buy it personally on stores, it is now possible to buy condoms online, for more privacy. Condoms are a great protection since the virus cannot penetrate its latex barrier. Using condoms then is highly recommended for people who have high regards with their health.

Many health centers and school facilities even have programs that educate youth and couples alike on how to use a condom properly. Aside from that, they are even informed of various birth control methods that they may wish to use, depending on their preference.

In order to look for the best condom, one must look for the durability of the material as well as its ability to live up to its promise of sensation. Nowadays, there are many condom brands that have various flavored

Emergency Contraceptive

In the UK, there are currently two types of emergency contraceptive pills: Levonelle and ellaOne. EllaOne is a relatively new drug and not easily available. I will focus on ellaOne later in this article. The use of Levonelle is well established and is readily available from:

  • Your GP
  • Pharmacist
  • Family planning clinics
  • Accident and Emergency

Levonelle is free when obtained from your GP, using an NHS prescription and from family planning clinics. Certain pharmacists are able to provide the emergency contraceptive without a doctor’s prescription, however a charge of £26 is levied. Accident and Emergency departments should only be used as a last resort.

How does it work?

Levonelle is a progesterone based hormone (a female sex hormone). We still don’t know for certain the exact mechanism of how it works. The general consensus is that it inhibits ovulation (release of an egg from the ovaries); however, it may also prevent fertilization (fusing of sperm and egg) and possibly implantation. The emergency contraceptive pill does not cause an abortion. Technically speaking, an abortion can only occur once a fertilized egg has implanted it self into the lining of the womb.

Levonelle is extremely effective when taken

Gynecology

Some women experience worse side effects, like headaches, nausea, depression, soreness, weight gain, strange bleeding… you name it! For this reason, pay close attention to your body after you start taking it. If you notice any changes in your body or your mood, talk to your gynecologist. You may be one of the few women who aren’t suited to taking pills.

Q – Does the pill protect you against sexually transmitted diseases like HIV/Aids?
A – Absolutely not! The pill offers no protection against anything at all except for motherhood, and it doesn’t guarantee 100% protection from that either! The only way to protect you completely from sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV/AIDS, is complete abstinence. So, just don’t ever have sex again, and you’re safe.

Abstinence is not a choice? It is not for the most of the people. There are lots of ways to protect yourself from all the nasty diseases out there. The best place to start is to talk to your local gynecologist. They can recommend methods that will be the most effective in keeping you from catching anything.

Q – If you decide you want to have a baby, how long

Durex Play

Durex condoms are already available in different sizes, textures and flavors. In terms of material, there are now the latex and non-latex for sensitive people. The non-latex condoms are made from a material known as polyurethane that won’t cause allergy but is still soft to the touch to allow for greater sensitivity.

Of late, the manufacturer of Durex came up with a new innovation beyond the usual condoms. This time, it focused on another aspect of achieving pleasure for adult users which is through vibrations. Called Play, the new line of Durex products aims to encourage adult consumers to do a little experimentation with the way they seek pleasure from each other. It comes in four major types – the Vibrations, Ultra, Touch and Pure Fantasy.

The Vibrations features a ring that vibrates for 20 minutes. It comes with a tiny switch that can be turned on and off without much fuss. This is ideal for first time users.

The Ultra provides longer vibrations of up to 40 minutes. Users need not worry about noise as this product does not create a sound when in use. Also, it is waterproof and can be used with

Effects Hormonal Contraception

Hormonal birth control is one of the most common contraceptive methods. Hormonal contraceptives are made with artificial (synthesized) hormones, which work with your body to prevent pregnancy. Generally, they suppress ovulation, which makes pregnancy almost impossible. Though hormonal methods are the most widely used, there are some things to consider before you know if they are right for you – and if so, which specific method to choose.

First of all, there are many people who should not use hormonal methods of birth control. This should all be discussed with your doctor, but the risk factors include: anyone who suspects they might already be pregnant, anyone who is breastfeeding, anyone who has active liver disease, anyone over age 35, smokers, anyone with diabetes, anyone with blood clotting problems, and several more. Enlisting the help of a professional will help determine what, if any, risk factors are present for you, and if it is safe for you to begin using hormonal contraceptives.

As with any prescribed medication, there are also many side effects to be aware of. The most common side effects are: weight gain, acne, nausea, dizziness, headaches, depression, vaginal infections, high blood pressure, loss of