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We would like to touch base on teenage pregnancy. Its becoming a normal situation but we wanna talk prevention method parents can do to help their children not become a statistic.
The question is at what age do you feel introducing birth control is okay? Would you put your daughter on birth control to avoid her becoming a teen mother? Why or why not?
We are the new age parents so we are suppose to talk to our children about everything even sex and birth control. The problem is do we really follow these new rules about parenting ? I don't know about you but I have serious problem when I see the commercials about talking to your children when you know the person giving the message don't even have children. Tonight we will be talking as parents first before we go back and maybe talk to our children. So tune in from 7pm to 9pm central time talk to you there.
This week, Shannon welcomes three women spearheading an effort to raise awareness of the dangers of the permanent birth control device Essure. Her guests are Angie Firmalino, founder the Essure Problems group; Amanda Dykeman, an administrator of the group; and Amanda Rusmisell, the group’s legislative liaison. The Essure Problems group has connected nearly 25,000 women who have had adverse reactions to the device.
This show will highlight the potentially fatal complications of the Essure device so women can make an informed decision about having the device implanted in their fallopian tubes. The device has garnered thousands of reports of autoimmune issues, adhesions and punctures of abdominal organs, excessive bleeding, severe pelvic pain, and even death. Erin Brockovich helped the Essure Problems group gain traction. There is now bipartisan legislation before Congress calling for the removal of Essure from the market introduced by Rep. Michael Fitzpatrick.
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Sista's should we use condoms, birth control pills or the rhythm method?
Birth control pills (also called oral contraceptive pills and the “Pill”) are a type of female hormonal birth control method and are very effective at preventing pregnancy.
A condom is especially important when an uninfected pregnant woman has sex, because it can also help protect her and her unborn child from a sexually transmitted disease. Condoms are not 100% safe, but if used properly, will reduce the risk of sexually transmitted diseases, including AIDS.
The rhythm method, also called the calendar method or the calendar rhythm method, is a form of natural family planning. To use the rhythm method, you track your menstrual history to predict when you'll ovulate. This helps you determine when you're most likely to conceive.
Should we use condoms and birth control pills? Should we only use the rhythm method?
On the March 26, 2014 episode of Liberal Dan Radio:
I will discuss Hobby Lobby and their views on birth control. That is it. The entire hour will be devoted to the problems and flaws that the Hobby Lobby case has and the arguments made before the Supreme Court.
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On our final episide of 2014, we'll be chatting all about the concept of Post-Birth Control Syndrome, a condition we feel has reached epidemic proportions for modern women.
We're sooo excited to have our very first guest on The Period Party! Her name is Kate Callaghan and she's a Holistic Nutritionist, Personal Trainer and Lifestyle Coach specialising in hormone healing. She has over 13 years experience in the health and fitness industry, and 1.5 years as a Nutrition Expert for Sarah Wilson’s I Quit Sugar program.
Her passion for working with female hormonal health stemmed from her own personal experience with hypothalamic amenorrhea, which you can read more about on her blog. Unsatisfied with the treatment options suggested for her by the medical community (hormone replacement medications), she decided to delve into the research and discover how to heal herself through targeted diet and lifestyle changes, which she has found, in herself and clients, to have great success, without the side effects of medication.
Join Jessica Griger and I as we discuss natural birth control methods that support our hormonal health. Jessica is the CEO of Valley Electronic and a Lady-Comp user, a natural birth control and family planning device.
Today you will learn:
What is a text-book menstrual cycle of a woman?
Every woman has an individual cycle - what is it?
What are the key problems with BCPs?
What are some of the alternatives to prevent pregnancy?
When a woman is truly tuned into her body - what does it look like?
How can Lady-Comp help women who are trying to get pregnant?
Jessica Griger enjoys educating women on the realities of the female cycle while developing what she calls the “Lady-Comp family.” A graduate of Salisbury University with a BS in Biology, she has been a Lady-Comp user since receiving her first device as a wedding gift in 2002. Jessica started the US distributor’s office, Valley Electronics LLC, with Natalie Rechberg in 2010 to better serve the growing number of local Lady-Comp users and helping them learn about natural birth control methods. You can reach her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Having a baby is a beautiful experience and it's even better when your family is ready for it, right? In honor of Mother's Day on Sunday, May 10th, Root Cause Radio re-shares a powerful podcast dedicated to women's reproductive health and side-effect free birth control solutions. Share this with any woman you know ready to nourish her womb, improve her health, and protect her sex drive.
Root Cause Radio gladly welcomes back therapeutic scientist, professor, author, and the founder of Symptometry - Dr. Maxwell Nartey. Specializing in women's health and curing both chronic and exotic health challenges, Dr. Nartey is a licensed symptometrist, professor, author, speaker, and therapeutic scientist.
Tonight's expert health panel will also feature Elizabeth Wanek, MD, LSym of THE WANEK MEDICAL CENTER in Greensboro, NC. A surgeon and general physican for over two decades, Dr. Wanek took advantage of the AMERICAN SCHOOL OF SYMTPOMETRY and now also delivers root cause therapeuticsTM to those seeking optimal health.
Root Cause Radio - Sharing the Secrets of Optimal Health - www.RootCauseRadio.com
Welcome to the very first episode of The Period Party where we’re discussing all you ever wanted to know about Birth Control!! Snuggle up with a cup of tea and listen in for an hour of unscripted girl talk fun where we answer all your burning questions about birth control.
It's Women's Health Week and today we are going to get real with birth control. With the continuing battle over reproductive rights in this country and around the world, it's time we educate ourselves on the pros and cons of female contraceptives. It's not just about the pill. In some cases, female contraceptives can save a woman's life.
Plus the latest in world and women in the news and the War on Women.
Essure is a permanent, non-surgical transcervical sterilization procedure developed by Conceptus Inc, a subsidiary of Bayer AG. It was approved for use in the United States on November 4, 2002.
Small, flexible inserts are placed into the fallopian tubes. The insert contains inner polyethylene terephthalate fibers to induce inflammation causing fibrotic reaction and is held in place by flexible stainless steel inner coil and a dynamic outer nickel titanium alloy coil.
Since 2013, the product has been the subject of controversy with women complaining of severe side effects leading to surgical extraction, and campaigner Erin Brockovich hosting a website where women can share their stories after having the procedure.
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