Ladies what are your thoughts on birth control?

Do you find it beneficial for all woman to have access to birth control? Or are you against any type of birth control?
Ladies what are your thoughts on birth control?
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  • Birth control should be available to all girls who are planning on being sexually active.

    it’s not one size fits all and doctor etc should be consulted to work out what works best.

    also other contraception should be readily available to both genders who are likely to be sexually active.

  • Against any kind of birth control and not good for health too

    • Not strictly true. There are always health risks with pregnancy.

    • @Jessica405 yes agreed

Most Helpful Girls

  • Not against birth control. To each their own
    I just hate using medical meds or devices and I won't. They don't work well for me I have tooany side affects cramps contractions or loosing my hair. No thank you.
    If i must I'll use a female condom that is latex free.

  • Personally I believe it is everyone’s choice. I’m no longer on birth control because I ended up getting ovarian cysts from my IUD & I suck at remembering to take pills, change my patch, etc. so I’m not going to go back to birth control anytime soon.

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  • I use the ring. I had bad periods when younger so have been on it for quite some time. It keeps them bearable.

    • @PrettyPriya. I've heard great things about the ring from several women.

    • @SaoirseS I quite like it and works well for me. 👍

    • @PrettyPriya. Excellent!

  • Every woman should have access to, and be able to use, any of the BC methods that exist. She should be able to chose the best one for her needs, subject to approval by her doctor. Fair enough if she doesn't want to use BC.

    For me, I chose an implant when I was 17. Now on my 4th. So convenient.

    • Does it go inside you? Can a guy feel it when he is inside you? Does it hurt getting it put in you and taken out? How long does it last?

    • @Paige90 It is a Nexplanon implant. It goes in your non-dominant upper arm, just under the skin. It is done with a local aneasthetic, so it is no worse than a covid jab. It is changed every 3 years. After 3 of them, the 4th goes in your other arm. That is still not bad, even though you get two arms jabbed. One for removal of the old implant, and a second one for the new implant. The only side effect is I stopped having periods at the start of my second implant.

  • I dont believe in it. I have no interest in taking it. Not even to regulate my period

  • Do you find it beneficial for all woman to have access to birth control? Yes.

    Or are you against any type of birth control? Male birth control pills, because really... do I want to count on Hubby to remember to take his pill?

  • I see nothing wrong with it and I think all women should have access to it.

  • I'm very against birth control for myself cause It's not natural to be using it. If other woman want to use it then good for them but there should be more information out there on the risks.

  • Yes it’s beneficial for women to have access to all available forms of birth control. Lots of choices, though best to talk it over thoroughly with their doctors before making choices. I was raised Catholic and the church remains opposed to it, but as far as I’m concerned it’s way behind the times.

    • @IcedLemonade. I'm responsible for my life decisions, not the church or anyone else. There's no psychological issue involved, it's one of practicality.

    • It's gender envy. It's not a far cry from a guy taking estrogen pills to become a girl. You can talk about the practicality of anything

    • @IcedLemonade LOL it's not gender envy, it's defense against pregnancy. But I'm not going to entertain any more discussion on this.

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  • I took it many years ago to regulate my periods and it was a disaster. I switched twice too and it was just as bad. I am never taking them again.

  • It's great only having a period like 3x a year

  • I think birth control is good , very good method but at the same time its bad on your body

  • I don’t know much about it but my mom and I started to talk about it and are going to see my family doctor next week to get more info

  • Birth control is a wonderful thing for people who don't want to have +10000 kids. I PERSONALLY don't want to use any kind of birth control, assuming I'll be intimate with someone I want to build a family with. Pills have a ton of secondary effects that I don't want to deal with, and I strongly dislike condoms. I prefer natural methods (I know they're not that effective) or just fall pregnant by my hypothetical husband.

  • I think it's a good idea unless actively trying to conceive

  • My longest ex got sick from everything. We didn’t use anything.

  • their own choice, i have the copper iud

    • Why not the pill? I heard the pill makes some girls boobs a size bigger.

  • Abstinence works great. 100% effective against STDs STIs and pregnancy.

    • Not much fun, though! !!!

    • Got me on that one.

    • 🤣🤣🤣

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  • I'm all for it

  • Of course every woman should have access to birth control. That’s a no-brainer. Now whether or not any particular woman needs it in her life situation is another story but access should be there. Lack of access leads to more unwanted pregnancies and, by extension, more abortion procedures.

  • Not using it now because I’m trying to get pregnant, but it’s extremely important if you don’t want to get pregnant