About Birth Control Pills

Birth control pills are a synthetic form of the hormones progesterone and estrogen. They put off ovulation by maintaining more consistent hormone levels. Without a peak in estrogen, then, the ovary doesn’t get the signal to release an egg. No egg means any possibility for fertilization and pregnancy.
Birth control pills are commonly started on the first day of your period or the first day after an abortion. Birth control pills are taken one pill every day until you finish an entire pack. It is advisable to try taking the pill with a regular activity that you do at the same time every day, like eating a meal or brushing your teeth. And as you miss pill during the cycle, take it as soon as you remember and take your next pill at your usual time.
Alesse tablets are one of the most effective methods used worldwide for birth control. Alesse contains natural hormones that stop the ovary from releasing an egg and prevent a man's sperm from entering the uterus. Take one pill every day, keeping a gap of a maximum of 24 hours since your last dose. Taking your pill at night may help to reduce any nausea or headache that you may experience because of the hormones.
Ortho Tri Cyclen is a birth control pill which provides you with a low daily dose of hormones that prevent pregnancy. Ortho Tri Cyclen contains a combination of female hormones that prevent ovulation. It works by causing changes in the cervical mucous and uterine lining, making it harder for sperm to reach the uterus and harder for a fertilized egg to attach to the uterus. Ortho Tri Cyclen pill has also been approved as a treatment for acne in women seeking contraception. Research has verified that ortho tri cyclen decreases the level of hormones, which contribute to the development of acne-producing agents, thus attacking the cause of the acne.
Seasonable a new kind of birth control pill, it is a prescription method of birth control that is taken orally each day to prevent pregnancy. Seasonable produces only, four menstrual periods per year, compared to the monthly menstrual period of the traditional birth control pill.
There are some health risks similar to those with all birth control pills like Blood clots, stroke and heart attack.
Note: Cigarette smoking increases the risk of serious side effects.

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