Ever notice the irony of using birth control?
A woman using it to avoid becoming pregnant actually tricks her body into thinking she already is pregnant.
Yes, in order to attempt to prevent the birth of her own child, the woman thinks she has gained control over her reproductive capabilities.
She thinks she has prevented her child from ever existing.
But this is not always the case.
HOW THE PILL WORKS
The Pill works by flooding the female body with hormonal steroids, most often a mixture of progesterone and estrogen.
These are hormones otherwise naturally produced by a woman in her normal, rhythmic cycle. By manipulating these hormone levels, as the Pill attempts to do, these purposeful effects can occur so as to prevent a child from being born.
The first method the Pill uses is to prevent the ovaries from releasing an ovum (or egg)—the female gamete. If no ovum is released, then the sperm has nothing to unite to, and thus a baby cannot possibly result.
The ovum is prevented from being released because the Pill floods the female reproductive system with estrogen that simulate pregnancy levels. This makes her body think she is already pregnant.
If a woman truly is pregnant, her body naturally stops releasing any ovum to focus on nourishing the baby instead. Usually months after the baby is born, the mother goes back to releasing one ovum per cycle and can become pregnant once again.
The Pill, ironically, tricks the body into thinking it is pregnant. To avoid a true pregnancy, a fake pregnancy is created.
If a woman takes these hormonal contraceptives for several years, then she is not giving her body a break from this simulated pregnancy, which can tax her body.
Another irony: the Catholic Church is ridiculed for allegedly expecting married women to be pregnant and to be birthing babies all the time. Yet, the primary counter measure to this is to pump women full of hormones by means of contraceptives, which results in fake pregnancies.
The second method the Birth Control Pill uses is to cause the cervical mucus inside the woman to thicken.
The uterus is full of cervical mucus.
Normally, when a woman is about to release an ovum, this mucus thins out and creates highways, so as to allow the sperm to travel quickly to get to the ovum.
Indeed, the female body is trying to become pregnant, when left alone to work naturally.
The hormones in the Pill cause this mucus to thicken, making it difficult for the sperm to pass through. If the sperm cannot pass through the mucus, then fertilization cannot occur.
The third way the Pill works is the least-known way of all.
The hormones in the birth control pill can actually disrupt the lining of the uterus, called the endometrium.
This third method can cause a chemical abortion.
A woman taking an oral contraceptive, such as the Pill, can still release an ovum. And sperm can still get past the thickened mucus, and fertilization can still occur.
Upon fertilization, when the ovum and a sperm unite to form a new, human being is formed with its own unique DNA and soul.
This newly-formed, one-cell human being quickly begins growing rapidly, tumbling down the fallopian tube.
Naturally, the baby would implant into the lush, endometrium, lining the inside of the uterus. This endometrium would supply baby with nutrients, as the baby would grow and be born about nine months later.
Except, oral contraceptives attempt to prevent this from occurring.
Instead, oral contraceptives, such as the Pill, purposely disrupt the endometrium, so as to prevent implantation. The newly-formed baby, thus, starves to death, as it has no nutrients to draw from.
This results in a chemical abortion. Thus, the Pill serves as an abortifacient ” (a drug that can cause an abortion).
The baby is then passed out of mother, without her knowing it. She has just killed the very baby she thought she had “control” over preventing from ever existing.
No birth. No control.
If you oppose abortion, then clearly you must not use the Birth Control Pill, or the Morning After Pill, or Plan B, or any oral contraceptive. They all could cause a chemical abortion.
If you don’t believe me that the Birth Control Pill can cause an abortion, just check on the fine print on the package itself! Notice where it admits it can disrupt the endometrium. This is their coy way of admitting their drug is an abortifacient.
Is this the first time you learned the Pill and oral contraceptives can serve as abortifacients?
What do you suggest we do, given this information?
I invite you to sound off below!