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Should Teens Be Able To Obtain Birth Control Pills?
Should Teens be able to Obtain Birth Control Pills?

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The birth control pills restrict hormones to change the way our body functions and avoid pregnancy. Hormones are the chemical entities that control the body’s parts from functioning. The hormones in the birth control pill help control the ovaries and the uterus. Birth control pills are protected and helpful methods of birth control. It is not good for teenagers to take birth control pills. It is because these contraceptive pills not only imbalance the hormones but also affect other body systems.

 How birth control pills are harmful for body?

Many people look at it as a logical way to safeguard teens from unwanted pregnancy. At the same time, others also look at it as a dangerous strategy that promotes teen sex in a society with detached sexual intimacy from healthy relationships.

While everyone has different perspectives about sexual activities, there are also risks for a teen girl to use birth control pills. The chances are as follows:

  • High blood pressure.
  • Premature birth.
  • High blood pressure.

Side Effects:

Some of the Women who are on the birth control pills can get the following side effects:

  • Abnormal menstrual bleeding.
  • Nauseousness, dizziness, breast tenderness, and headaches.
  • Blood clots.
  • Taking the pill as a teenager may have a long-lasting impact on depression risk.

Research has shown that birth control pills although prevent pregnancy but the excessive use is also causing uterine cancers. It is important for teenagers to avoid using pills. Otherwise, they have to bear severe reactions. Thus, results in poor health conditions.

birth controlAre birth control pills beneficial?

While Side effects often worry women, some side effects make girls happy about it. The youth of our generation is concerned about their skin problems, and using combination pills helps improve acne, and for this purpose, it is also prescribed by some doctors. The Combination birth control pills are also known to safeguard from some kinds of ovarian cysts, breast disease, anemia, and endometrial cancers.

Note: The Birth control pills do not protect you from STDs. For avoiding STDs along with the pills, you must anyhow use condoms while any close sexual contact or having sex. According to the research until now, Abstinence is the only way to prevent unwanted pregnancy and STDs.

Conclusion: 

The decision to take birth control pills is a very private one, so we favor the statement of a united nation, which says that access to contraceptive and medication information is a customary human right. There are obvious benefits to obtaining birth control pills, and several women do not experience adverse effects. We believe there is a severe need for more research on this issue. According to our study, not all women necessarily experience the same side effects when taking birth control pills. We hope that our study encourages teens and parents to talk to doctors about the risks and advantages of different obtainable choices. If you have a family history of the issues mentioned above, then you must visit a doctor and take these pills with precautions.

 

 

 

 

 

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