birth control hormones

Fertility Friday Podcast Interview – Charting Questions

I’m back on the Fertility Friday podcast! This time, Lisa and I handle some common charting questions. I’m too lazy!! How can I make this work? How much work is actually involved in using the Fertility Awareness Method? Should I keep the predictor setting on my charting app? What are the reasons besides pregnancy that could make my period late? What does vaginal cell slough look like? Is it real? And how do I tell the difference between vaginal cell…

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A Bitter Pill To Swallow

Find out how birth control hormones can damage your fertility Taking the birth control pill is so common for today’s women that it’s almost a rite of passage, on par with getting a driver’s license or graduating from high school. But most women taking birth control don’t want to prevent pregnancy forever – they just want to delay it until the right time in their lives. Here’s where the problem comes in: although these methods are marketed as safe and…

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Hi! I’m Rose.
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"It was so fascinating learning about how my body works and understanding the changes it goes through on a monthly basis. Once I started watching my body on a daily basis it seemed so simple and the signs so obvious. I almost felt angry that I had never been told about mucus patterns before! Within months of coming of the pill I felt like a burden had been lifted and I was continually telling girlfriends of mine that I felt more like a woman, more in tune with my body, and sexier."

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