Implants are not safe birth control devices
Oct. 15, 2012 at 5:15 a.m.
Editor, the Advocate:
The Victoria Advocate's recent story on free birth control, Oct. 5, might want to follow up with a disclaimer saying they just took it off the wire service because it turns out the report was false. Seventy-five percent of the women on the survey had the IUD inserted, and it is well known that the IUD causes an early abortion.
According to the IUD brochure information insert, when a newly formed baby is present, the IUDs act as abortifacients, killing the newly conceived human being, which actually leads to an increase, not decrease, in total abortions, so said Brian Cloves, director of research for Human Life International.
In addition, giving free birth control to teenagers is what the Obama health care is about. The birth control drug is a steroid! We kick players off the team if they take steroids, but we want to give them to girls? Are our girls guinea pigs?
The IUD also has serious side effects which are also outlined in their brochure: abscesses, embedding in the uterus, erosion of adjacent areas such as the vagina, infertility, inflammation of the membrane that lines the abdominal cavity and internal organs (Peritonitis), intestinal perforations or obstruction, pelvic inflammatory disease and death are just some of the side effects.
NaPro Technology is what women really need. It has only good side effects, costs nothing and is all natural. It allows women to unleash the natural power that exists within their cycle. This new science monitors and maintains a woman's gynecologic and reproductive health. Of course, the drug companies do not get any money for this, so you won't see it advertised. That is why it is important that papers like the Victoria Advocate write stories and articles on natural methods and not promote unnatural methods and drugs.
Laszlo Nemes, Victoria