Early in fetal life, nutrient deficiencies may result in severe impairments. For example, folate. Or as popularly known as : B Vitamin.
There are numerous benefits but the most critical is during embryonic brain development during pregnancy. Lack of folate during pregnancy means neural tube defects such as spina bifida (a birth defect where there is incomplete closing of the backbone and membranes around the spinal cord. ). This is extreme birth defect but it can lead to many invisible defects like Leg weakness, Orthopedic abnormalities, Bladder and bowel control problems, Abnormal eye movement and different types of allergies.
ACCORDING TO A LOT OF DOCTORS:
Got acne? Take the pill.
Got PMS? Take the pill.
Got irregular cycles? Take the pill.
Don’t want to get pregnant? Take the pill.
All thanks parents’ pre-planning sexual indulgence and avoidance of progeny by modern pills. Folate is a vitamin that may become depleted with the use of birth control pills. Aside from the long list of potential side effects birth control pills can deplete important nutrients. These nutrients include: Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Folic Acid, Vitamin C, Magnesium and Zinc.
Once the pills become regular bedroom utility, body start denying absorption of nutrients. No matter how sophisticated supplements you take.
Such information is never passed-on to teens and young married couples. And so sex becomes pleasure machine for them. Instant, handy and under control. What a toxic delusion! 🙁🙁 And and top of that Idiot Chetan Bhagat tribe cry for porn freedom rights!! Ghor Kaliyug !! 🙁🙁
Spread the awareness. Save the future of Bharat.
Sanatana dharma talks about Dharma-bound Kama. Pills supported or Condom supported Kama is Vikruti with unforeseen future consequences. Take care.
Oral contraceptives: effect of folate and vitamin B12 metabolism.
Newer contraceptive pills linked to higher clot risks, study confirms
Use of combined oral contraceptives and risk of venous thromboembolism: nested case-control studies using the QResearch and CPRD databases
Conclusions In these population based, case-control studies using two large primary care databases, risks of venous thromboembolism associated with combined oral contraceptives were, with the exception of norgestimate, higher for newer drug preparations than for second generation drugs.
Hormonal contraceptive use and risk of glioma among younger women: a nationwide case–control study
Taking a hormonal contraceptive for at least five years is associated with a possible increase in a young woman’s risk of developing a rare tumour, glioma of the brain. This project focused on women aged 15-49 years and the findings are published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology.
Hormonal contraceptives, including oral contraceptives, contain female sex hormones and are widely used by women all over the world. While only a little is known about the causes of glioma and other brain tumours, there is some evidence that female sex hormones may increase the risk of some cancer types, although there is also evidence that contraceptive use may reduce the risk in certain age groups. “This prompted us to evaluate whether using hormonal contraceptives might influence the risk of gliomas in women of the age range who use them,” says research team leader Dr David Gaist of the Odense University Hospital and University of Southern Denmark.