Are you against contraceptives?
March 28, 2011 7:46am CST
As for me prevention to occur the pregnancy is not bad, but to use it when there is already or even at the start of meeting the seeds of life or in fertilization,that is a sin already in the eyes of GOD. Awareness in using the contraceptives to know the advantages and disadvantages must be the knowledge to impart to justify guilt amongst women.
28 Mar 11
We are not aware of the number of those affected already of that alarming HIV disease, if before marriage the woman is already affected of it what family is waiting ahead of this couple.Good if before marriage it is required to have a cross- examination first then you are that sure that your dream of a beautiful healthy family will be yours.
29 Mar 11
I don't know if there is a country requiring for both parties enter into marriage be test first before conducting the ceremony...? As far as I know. The test is only an optional. If the both parties agreed to conduct a test first...it's ok. But if the parties involved did not agree. The other parties did not force his/her future wife/husband to do a test
30 Mar 11
You right, friend. We need to respect the opinion of others. But we need to know that every opinion must dealt with acceptance...if there opinion is much better than the opinion of others. The result will be enforce... But your concern is not really acceptable to many. Because laws and regulations protect the privacy of others. We all have the right to refuse...I think this method before marriage will degrading the right of others...
28 Mar 11
Choosing a method of contraception is a personal decision. Not only that each acts differently from organism to organism, but convenience for the comfort of the couple, the medical risks, benefits, side effects are also part of the factors according to which sexually active people make decisions. Most important to remember is that birth control methods can not be 100% effective, there is always that tiny possibility of pregnancy, despite their use.
28 Mar 11
Close monitoring of our body is a way of taking care of it.Even pregnancy itself has its side effects and much more the responsibility that goes with it has so much tensions to bear that leads to more than side effects. All our basic intakes even foods have side effects. Contraceptives are just magnified to its negative effects but it is actually pro-life and for the happiness and better future of the family.
• United States
22 May 11
Contraception has been a huge controversy for a long time. There is always religious references made where this is concerned but there always a counter attack to dispute it. I think it boils down to personal choice. People should have the right to have children when they see fit and are able to care for them. I think that a person should have the right to "enjoy" their partner without worrying that at that point, a child might be made. Over population is a huge problem in many places and most of those places are also facing extreme poverty. The children are the ones that ultimately suffer. I don't think anyone should feel guilty. There are other things far worse to worry about than birth control in my opinion.
23 May 11
You are right my friend, if you love children give them the right to feel the happiness in life. How can they enjoy it if from the start there is already the attempt to kill them because unknowingly they are formed and that they can not be sustained. If they escape that threat there is no difference at all if they will live in a very depressed situation. Let us worry first of corruption, as this is stopped we can give and share to the children their innocent wishes of eating good healthy foods and even the first stage of education just to give them a bit of knowledge to cope up with the hardships of their life. Birth control is just a matter of accepting and taking precautions, and not to commit crime intentionally.
• United States
25 Apr 11
I am not against conceptives, but I feel that people need to be more clearly informed about them. Currently doctors prescribe them without responsibly telling patients about the dangers. I took birth control for several months and it gave me terrible nightmares that were so horrifying that I was afraid to sleep for many nights. Eventually I made the decision to stop because I could not handle it anymore.
27 Apr 11
You should always be open to the doctor about the side effects in you of the pills he prescribed to you. Same true with antibiotics that they change the prescription to the patient because of the different responses of the body to the formulations. You will get the right one for you just do not be afraid to keep on trying for as long you are being guided by your doctor. Do not look for another doctor because he has already the history of what you have already taken and so it is easier for him to diagnose your case than to start with another doctor.
29 Mar 11
I am not against contraceptives, the truth is, I used this pills after I give birth to my second child, of course, for our protection. And contraceptives is prescribed by doctors to those have Hormonal problems whether married or single, they prescribes also as hormonal replacement therapy for women that stop their menstruals period.
28 Mar 11
i think they need to put teenagers on contraceptive earlier, to help prevent those pregancies. it is not easy raising a child today, it is very expensive, so if you can use contraceptive till you are ready to have kids that will be a very good thing. but every womans body will react differently, to the contraceptives they have available now. some may not even know they are preganant till later on and still be on the pill etc.
28 Mar 11
I am not against contraceptives, actually I think it is one of the key factor for birth control of a society. Over population is one of the dragging problem experience by different countries. We people should be responsible of how many children we will have and be able to provide them all with their needs.