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The more we cover contraceptives and education, the fewer unwanted pregnancies and abortions and welfare cases we have.  It's an absolute slam dunk no-brainer win-win-win.  Women control their own lives, there are fewer abortions and unwanted pregnancies, and we save a huge pile of money.

 

I'm pretty sure it's that first point that sticks in the craw of the right-wing religious types.  Forcing other people to live the way they say is at least as high a priority as stopping abortions.

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25 minutes ago, splunch said:

The more we cover contraceptives and education, the fewer unwanted pregnancies and abortions and welfare cases we have.  It's an absolute slam dunk no-brainer win-win-win.  Women control their own lives, there are fewer abortions and unwanted pregnancies, and we save a huge pile of money.

 

I'm pretty sure it's that first point that sticks in the craw of the right-wing religious types.  Forcing other people to live the way they say is at least as high a priority as stopping abortions.

I'd be the first to say "do it!" if it weren't for the medical problems of making contraceptive pills over the counter.  Different body types, sizes, interaction with other medications and 200 choices of birth control medications makes it inadvisable to sell this stuff off of a drugstore shelf.  By doing so, you will invariably be decreasing the effectiveness of these medications - bad idea!

 

What I would find acceptable is for a NP in one of those Walgreens Care Clinics be authorized to write prescriptions for birth control, after reviewing the medications a person is already taking and looking for any noted health problems that would contradict such use.

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6 hours ago, Michaelf said:

Aside from pollution issues, I'm against requireing insurance companies to cover it...the more insurance covers, the more it costs and I'm not interested in buying a policy to cover birth control. 

But I'll bet you support insurance paying for Viagra, huh?  :rolleyes:  

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7 hours ago, bigsky said:

you fu cking eco terrorists......destroying our water and wildlife with your slutty behavior.....

 

After the active ingredient in most birth control pills has done its duty preventing pregnancy, it begins a second life as a pollutant that can harm wildlife in waterways.

Not only is ethinyl estradiol quite potent — creating "intersex" fish and amphibians — but it is very difficult to remove from wastewater, which carries it into natural waterways. 

Funny as hell!

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56 minutes ago, Skans said:

It is a known fact that hispanics have an insatiable sex drive.  Doubtfully AOC's boyfriend is knocking that thing hard enough or often enough.

What’s his problem?

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2 hours ago, benson13 said:

I'm not a republiKlan redneck

 

Wey knew that ... and we also know that you're a parasite of society.

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8 minutes ago, king of the county said:

What’s his problem?

Probably the horrible words that come out of her mouth.  He needs to get some hearing aids that translate:

"F-ing chauvinist Pig, should have his balls cut off"

to

"F-ing stuff that Big wood in me and slap my ass with your balls to get me off"

 

There, problem solved.

 

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OK.

I am down with that game-plan.  Providing that AOC's socialist gov. is not paying for all those pills with my tax money. 

But, if the Dems wanted to set-up a Dem charity and bought all those pills for Dem women, with no tax-payer money,

then I am cool with that.

Hell, maybe we can agree on some things.     🙂

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7 hours ago, benson13 said:

I'm all for it...in fact make it a free item in America, and everywhere eles in the World

yeah...fu ck the water supply....fu ck you...you estrogen fag

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2 hours ago, fishhead said:

Funny as hell!

the ecological damage is catastrophic....google it....and then beat yer wife and concubine for causing yer son to want to wear dresses

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5 hours ago, DeepBreath said:

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I prefer forced sterilizations.....'

 

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That's just the NAZI, in you, talking.

Try "No means NO!!"

He just might speak English.

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Yeah, let's MAKE THEN FREE FOR ALL SHlTSTAINETTES!!!

 

We can eliminate quite a few that way!!! Better and cheaper than bullets too!!

 

They are PAYING for their OWN SUICIDE BY PILL!!!

 

 

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Risks

The combined pill can increase the risk of cardiovascular problems, such as blood clots, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), a clot on the lung, a stroke or heart attack.

Birth control pills have also been associated with an increase in blood pressure, benign liver tumors, and some types of cancer.

The pill should not be taken by:

  • women who are pregnant
  • smokers over the age of 35 years, or anyone who stopped smoking within the last year and is over 35 years old
  • anyone with obesity
  • those who are taking certain medications
  • anyone who has or has had thrombosis, a stroke, or a heart problem
  • anyone with a close relative who had a blood clot before the age of 45 years
  • people who have severe migraines, especially with an aura as the warning sign
  • anyone who has or had had breast cancer or disease of the liver or gallbladder
  • anyone who has had diabetes for at least 20 years or diabetes with complications

If any of the following occur, the user should see a doctor.

  • abdominal or stomach pain
  • chest pain, shortness of breath, or both
  • severe headaches
  • eye problems such as blurred vision or loss of vision
  • swelling or aching in the legs and thighs
  • redness, swelling or pain in the calf or thighs

They may indicate a more serious condition.

 

Long-term effects

Use of birth-control pills may increase the risk of long-term health problems.

Cardiovascular problems

A woman is clutching her chest in discomfort.
 
 
 
People with a history of blood clots, heart attacks or stroke are advised not to take the combination birth control pill.

Combination pills can slightly increase the risk of cardiovascular side effects, such as heart attack, stroke, and blood clots. These can all be fatal.

The risk is higher with some pills. A doctor can advise on suitable options.

Anyone who has uncontrolled high blood pressure or a personal or family history of blood clots, heart attack, or stroke should ask their medical provider about alternative methods.

Cancer risk

Female hormones that occur naturally, such as estrogen, are thought to affect the chances of a woman developing some types of cancer. It is therefore possible that using a hormone-based method of birth control could have a similar effect.

Ovarian and endometrial cancer: These appear to be less likely among women who use the pill.

Breast cancer: There appears to be a slightly higher chance of breast cancer developing in women who have recently been using the contraceptive pill, and especially if they started using it during their teenage years. However, after 10 years of not using the pill, the risk appears to be the same as for someone who has never used it.

Other factors may play a role, such as a woman's age at starting puberty and menopause, her age at her first pregnancy, and whether or not she has had children.

Cervical cancer: Long-term use of the pill has been linked to a higher risk of cervical cancer, compared with those who have never used it. However, most types of cervical cancer are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). Whether HPV is linked to the use of oral birth control pills has not yet been confirmed.

Liver cancer: Oral contraceptives have been linked to a higher chance of developing benign liver tumors, but these rarely become cancerous. Some studies have suggested that liver cancer risk is higher after using oral contraceptives for at least 5 years, but other studies have not had the same results.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Skans said:

Probably the horrible words that come out of her mouth.  He needs to get some hearing aids that translate:

"F-ing chauvinist Pig, should have his balls cut off"

to

"F-ing stuff that Big wood in me and slap my ass with your balls to get me off"

 

There, problem solved.

 

Lol yeaaaaaaa

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16 minutes ago, MidnightMax said:

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Yeah, let's MAKE THEN FREE FOR ALL SHlTSTAINETTES!!!

We can eliminate quite a few that way!!! Better and cheaper than bullets too!!

They are PAYING for their OWN SUICIDE BY PILL!!!

Risks

The combined pill can increase the risk of cardiovascular problems, such as blood clots, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), a clot on the lung, a stroke or heart attack.

 

Birth control pills have also been associated with an increase in blood pressure, benign liver tumors, and some types of cancer.

 

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Which one o' these big-words was causing you the most trouble??

 

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""The pill" is used by nearly 16 percent of women aged 15 to 44 years in the United States, and it has both advantages and disadvantages. People with different risk factors may be advised to use a particular kind of pill."

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4 minutes ago, Phoenix68 said:

""The pill" is used by nearly 16 percent of women aged 15 to 44 years in the United States, and it has both advantages and disadvantages. People with different risk factors may be advised to use a particular kind of pill."

 

WHICH IS WHY IS SHOULD NOT BE OVER THE COUNTER AND PRESCRIBED ONLY BY PHYSICIANS, SHlTSTAIN!!!!

 

And that is PRECISELY WHAT I SAID!!!

 

Did that BITCH SLAPPING HURT, ASZHOLE???

 

ROFLMAO!!!

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23 minutes ago, king of the county said:

If it will prevent humans that think like them from being created I’m for it 

Ask yourself:  What will happen when you let your average female libtard Walmart shopper choose a birth control pill off of Isle 2 in Walmart, where there are 200 choices, and where she needs to choose a dose based upon her weight and other medications she may be taking.

 

Hint:

 

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12 hours ago, sole result said:

chemical birth control is as dangerous to the female body as smoking tobacco products. That is why not.

well smoking products are over the counter dummy, let people decide what to do with their bodies, or do you support tha nany state mentality?

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7 hours ago, bigsky said:

yeah...fu ck the water supply....fu ck you...you estrogen fag

where is your argument cave man?

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27 minutes ago, guilluamezenz said:

where is your argument cave man?

bitches on the pill piss whore moans that pollute the water...what more argument do you want than that 

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1 hour ago, bigsky said:

bitches on the pill piss whore moans that pollute the water...what more argument do you want than that 

does your mommy know that you are on her computer this late ??? i think you are getting cranky go to sleep try not to piss your bed

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On 6/14/2019 at 3:43 AM, bigsky said:

you fu cking eco terrorists......destroying our water and wildlife with your slutty behavior.....

 

After the active ingredient in most birth control pills has done its duty preventing pregnancy, it begins a second life as a pollutant that can harm wildlife in waterways.

Not only is ethinyl estradiol quite potent — creating "intersex" fish and amphibians — but it is very difficult to remove from wastewater, which carries it into natural waterways. 

  You're worried about that but trump cutting regulations on coal companies so they can spew pollutants into our waterways is all right.

 I thought you were a fisherman.

 Apparently I was wrong about you.

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18 hours ago, RollingRock said:

But I'll bet you support insurance paying for Viagra, huh?  :rolleyes:  

You would lose that bet.

 

But, as I said, I'm against a law that requires the insurance company to cover it...hence requireing me to buy such a policy. I don't care if the insurance company chooses to offer such a policy as an option and I don't care if you choose to buy that product. 

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