Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Birth CONTROL part 2

"The only way it could be stated with certainty that contraceptive drugs are not abortifacient is if they completely abolish ovulation in every woman during every cycle. This is clearly not the case."

So yes, most contraceptives cause abortions. That includes (but is not limited to) the pills, IUD, the ring, depo shots, and patches.

" the RISK of death for cervical cancer was increased by as much as 200%, for cerebrovascular disease (stroke) an increase of 170% and circulatory diseases 120%. the greatly increased breast cancer risk (200-480%),  the risk of blood clots is 600-900% higher than non users of the pill across all age groups.

With the incidence of breast cancer, cervical cancer, blood clots, infertility and stroke with the use of the pill, the bald reality is that we are dealing with drug induced vandalism of the female physiology. The spin put on the results of this study by family planning advocates who encourage pill use whilst soothingly minimizing the dangers is a profound injustice to women."

Is the "RISK" really worth it? I personally don't see how. Besides the fact that you're controlling your family size, and possibly causing abortions, you're physically harming your body and putting it in great danger!

The other forms of control that physically alter your body are very dangerous as well...vasectomy and
tubal ligation

    Unfortunately the health ramifications of “messing with the plumbing” will last. Many studies have come out linking vasectomies and tubal ligations with a host of long-term health problems. A prominent study in the Journal of the American Medical Association (Giovannucci et al, 1993, “A Retrospective Cohort Study of Vasectomy and Prostate Cancer in U.S. Men”) demonstrated a 56% overall increase in risk of prostate cancer among men who had undergone a vasectomy and an 89% increase of risk among men whose procedures were 22 years old or longer. 
    Some of the other problems mentioned for vasectomy are: Arthritis, multiple sclerosis, migraines, allergies, impaired sexual function, kidney stones, angina pectoris and myocardial infraction, abscess of the liver and abscesses of the skin, recurrent sinusitis and recurrent virus infections, auto-immune diseases, hypoglycemia, and diabetes. 
    For tubals the list includes: severe cramps, heavier periods that are shorter or longer and irregular, dysfunctional uterine bleeding that can last for years, infections, abnormal hormone production and imbalances, painful intercourse, pelvic pain, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, hysterectomy, emotional imbalances, and auto-immune diseases such as lupus and fibromyalgia.
    Those who have experienced health problems usually attest to the fact that their doctor did not forewarn them that there was a possibility of physical complications associated with the procedure. Some were even reassured that no problems had ever been reported! 

I would encourage you to pray, search out what the scripture says about children, and do your research before using contraceptives or doing anything permanent.

Blessings, ♥T


Anonymous said...

Hi Twylia~
I have been enjoying reading you blog! Somethings I agree with, some I do not...either way VERY thought provoking. I can tell you write from your heart.
I think it is SO important that people lean more on God and trust that He does have a plan for you and your family.
After we had Kyra, Michael had a vasectomy. Not because we didn't want more children but because I have a genetic disease (found at 26..after I had my girls) we decided that we did not want to potentially pass it on (since it is genetic) to any more children. Our girls have an 80% chance and so far nothing! Thank God!!! It was SO HARD for us to go through with the vasectomy but we knew it was the right thing to do. We always wanted a large family. But we figured that was our wants not God's. But Now, 7 years after the vasectomy, God has now blessed us with two little boys (the 2 we are adopting) and we are praying for more if it is His will. We never really considered adoption. Figured all of our kids would be biological. We just have to actually listen and do what God is telling us too!!! :0)
Rachel Silver

Twinkle Toes said...

Hey Rachel! Didn't know you were reading! Glad you are enjoying it though! I can understand your decision. Don't know what I would do in your situation. My SIL had complications. She has the RH factor and they typed her blood wrong with her first pregnancy, so now her body attacks the pregnancy. Her second baby she ended up having 2 IU blood transfusions and the baby had another blood transfusion at a few months old. PTL he is fine now! But because of that they made the decision to have a vasectomy. I completely understand the decision. I am glad I'm not in the situation to have to make that decision. I AM NOT judging you or others who have to make a decision like that. I only want people to think about what they are doing and make sure it lines up with what God says in His word! Every one will be accountable to Him for their actions, not to me :D You're right we need to listen and do what God is telling US to do! I am so excited for you on your upcoming adoption! The boys are so cute! I hope it all works out for you! And I hope that the Lord will bless you with more if it's His design! ♥T

Anonymous said...

Yup, I just happened to see a post you published on facebook. So I came over and checked it out. I love you honesty and desire to serve and obey God. it really comes out in your writing. I'm "restarting" my blog. Don't have much on it yet (deleted almost all of my old posts). But hope to have it up and going in the next week or two. Here is my address..
If you want to come over sometime:0)

Unknown said...

Well, I will let you in on a secret. My husband had a vasectomy - and then 7 years later we repented and God provided the finances and situation and he got a reversal. Sine then God has blessed us with a baby in heaven, and a non confirmed loss as well, and 3 little girls and another on the way. :o)

I sometimes wonder how many children we could have gotten within those 7 years. At least 3.

God has worked amazing in my husbands life - taking him from birth control, and control of how many children we have to being totally FREE to leave our families size up to God. :o)

Twinkle Toes said...

Darty~ That is AWESOME! Praise the Lord! That is so wonderful!

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