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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Yikes: Read the Description of How this Birth Control Device Works....

Essure is a permanent type of birth control in the form of tiny metal coils inserted into women’s Fallopian tubes. When the coils are implanted they are supposed to stay in the Fallopian tubes, where they create a chronic infection that will cause scar tissue to form around the coils, effectively closing the tubes and rendering the woman sterile....
At least five deaths of women, and five deaths of fetuses in women who’ve been implanted with Essure, have been reported. Other side effects many of the “Essure Problems” women have experienced include perforated organs, coils lodged in colons, fetal disfigurement due to nickel poisoning, chronic pain, exhaustion, bouts of depression, and suicidal thoughts.
Would you use it? If yes,
let me give you a bobby pin to stick in your ear.and a paper clip to put up your nose. Birth control devices have been a problem from the start with major damage to women from the Dalkon Shield, the Copper 7, Mirena,  etc. Among the complications is an increases in pelvic inflammatory disease (which often causes infertility) from the straw-like filaments that dangle into the vagina giving bacteria access to the uterus. Pharmaceutical companies keep touting the new and improved IUDs but then the women using them start experiencing the same old damage damage. Essure is just the latest. IUDs are a damage lawyer's dream!

Fertility is normal. Doctors should stop treating it like a disease. Women shouldn't have to risk their lives and health to be always available for sex. Teach couples to understand their bodies and how understanding their joint fertility can be used to plan or postpone a pregnancy. That's what Natural Family Planning (NFP) is all about. And an extra blessing? Only 2% of couples using NFP divorce. Doing things God's way reaps big rewards!


Anonymous said...

Exactly, Mary Anne. When my sister was young, a doctor put a contraceptive device into her body. She got a really bad infection, and the doctor kept telling her it was not from the device. Finally she decided to go to her childhood family physician who was a devout Catholic, although she was not Catholic. He told her it was the IUD - or whatever it was called - took it out and that was the end of the infection.

Many doctors will not tell the truth about these devices and the birth control pill being dangerous because they know they can be sued. Sometimes it is because they do not know what to do with promiscuous women who keep have children out of wedlock with different men. The ones who do not prescribe them will tell one the truth.

If we ever get national "healthcare" (an oxymoron as far as I am concerned), all physicians will probably be forced to give these out, and there will probably be little chance of people being able to sue when harmed.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

I just noticed that instead of writing "device" in the headline, I wrote "divorce," a providential slip I think. Contraception turns couples into sex objects for each other making divorce a greater possibility. You cannot shift from seeing the other as "Thou" into seeing the other as "It" without it having an evil impact -- divorce among other things.

TLM said...

For safety and physical health reasons ALONE, if anyone would even consider using such a crazy Frankenstein device, I would say they need their heads examined. And for the medical community to be introducing such a device is a scary thought indeed. This all not to mention the fact that any artificial birth control does NOTHING BENEFICIAL for the marriage. It's why God put in place right formed marital relations to begin with. I am amazed at the people who are unaware that God gave us these guidelines for OUR BENEFIT. He gave us commandments to follow, not because He would benefit and be happier but so that WE WOULD BENEFIT and be happier. Why don't people get that???!!!