Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Progesterone Birth Control

progesterone birth control
Progestogens may be natural or synthetic. among the first there is only the natural progesterone produced synthetically, but identical to that released by human ovaries after ovulation and the placenta during pregnancy.
Emergency contraception refers to three types available: The combined pill, progesterone-only pill, and intrauterine devices.

There external image progestin-only contraceptive or progesterone-only which are a type of pill used for birth control, are the same so-called "mini pills". are both regular pill for birth control with two female hormones: estrogen and progesterone. The mini pill contains only progesterone. Because this pill does not contain estrogen may not have as many effects secundarios.vale clarify that progestin and progesterone are the same hormone.

The progestin-only pill is better than the regular pill for birth control, for example when women are breastfeeding will not affect the production of leche.La mini-pill may be safer for some women to use. This pill is safe for women over 35 years. It is also safer for women who smoke, have high blood pressure, are overweight or have a history of blood clots.
but we must bear in mind that no contraceptive method is perfect, even if you use it correctly. Three of every 100 women using progestin-only pill correctly could still get pregnant. The risk of pregnancy is almost same as the risk with regular pills for birth control. but if we compare the performance with these two pills in front of the condom, are better pills birth control to prevent pregnancy than condoms.

Studios external image have shown the misinformation that exists between those young people about contraceptive methods available to prevent unwanted pregnancies.
The statistics speak in the United States is the nearest equivalent cases to 850,000 cases per year in adolescents in which 78% are unwanted pregnancies, and although it is also true that in the nineties unwanted pregnancies have declined to 35%, these cases are reported in women who have not completed 20 years.
Instead Canada has one of the lowest rates of unwanted pregnancies in adolescents with 42,000 in the year 1997.
It is estimated that only about fifteen (15%) of teens know about emergency contraception in the world.

We must be aware that contraceptives are not abortitos because they disrupt an established pregnancy and are not considered teratogenic, so is looking to appoint these is to avoid unwanted pregnancies when treatment alternatives exist, and simply for lack of information or the same misinformation that exists, not being taken into account. This seeks to promote the reduction of those unplanned pregnancies that increase the population statistics without increasing socioeconomic levels and living conditions for teenagers.

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