Nowadays, women love to empowers and be empowered. Sensitive topic such as birth control, though still a conservative topic to talk to, we tend to accept the idea of getting informed and voice out what we usually feel about the topic. Of course, women be treated equally and the most important thing is, to feel that she is loved and being taken care of.
So let us discuss further what birth control is and know the myths and facts as you read along. For women, birth control is the bitter pill to swallow. Contraception is not something we talk enough about as women. The truth is, it is in the woman’s best interest to understand her health choices when it comes to her reproductive health and well-being.
Women are constantly shamed for popping the pill. All too often, pill is seen as a sign you’ve made a stupid mistake – when it should be a sign a woman is taking responsibility for her body and her future.
A lot of contraception shaming stems from our conservative culture that contraception will ‘encourage’ women to be promiscuous, instead of empowering her to care for her own sexual health.
Their sexual partners who are uncomfortable talking about sexual health or take it as a sign of promiscuity, rather than common sense embarrass women. Her friends often degrade her when they refuse to support her during pregnancy scares or when discussing contraception. All too often, women are even disgraced by their own parents who do not accept that their little girl is all grown up and may cause scandal to the society.
It is important that every woman have access to knowledge related to the spectrum of women's health issues, not only about her reproductive system, but also about all aspects of her body. Although the primary function of the reproductive system is to conceive and bear children, a female's reproductive system makes a major contribution to her being a woman.
Many hormones, especially those affecting growth and behavior, are present in both men and women. Nevertheless, women are more often portrayed as being under the influence of their hormones, as being subject to hormonal "tides" or "storms."Hormones are key to reproductive health in all aspects of a woman's sexual life. Taking oral contraceptives help regulate menstruation, fertility, menopause as well as provide clear skin.
We understands women’s need to be heard and empowered. We are launching this advocacy, the #knowmore, #livemore campaign to give women the right information to help her live life without regrets and enjoy life to the fullest. There are products that are committed in caring for every type of women.
The young adult.
As she begins her journey to adulthood, Minipil (Levonorgestrel 100mcg + Ethinylestradiol 20mcg) is the perfect product to start with. It has the lowest dose in the market, making it the ideal pill for young women who are just starting to become responsible for their health. If you are a novice to contraception, better to take the lowest dose possible to assist and aid your bodyin adjusting to the pill.The active ingredient, Levonorgestrel and Ethinylestradiolcombination is as one of the most trusted pills by most ObGyndue to its length of time in the market. However, with all brand in the market, only Minipil can claim to have the lowest possible dose. Once you have decided to become responsible and health, have a chat with anObGyn.He/she is your friend who will guide you at this early stage of your life.
The ugly duckling.
For women that are plague by severe acne problem, Cybelle (Cyproterone acetate 2mg + Ethinylestradiol 35mcg) has a clear advantage. Acne’s root cause is excessive oil to the face; Cybelle is able to reduce this. With less oil, you get less acne. With less acne, you are more confident. Being more confident, you are more empowered.
Of course, it is best to consult with your ObGyn. Severe acne may be anindication of PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome). It is one of the most common gynecologicproblems women have resulting in symptoms such as irregular menses, infertility, excess hair growth and of course acne. If you have friends that frequent waxing salons to remove hair growth on the upper lip or in any other parts, ask them if they have other symptoms mentioned. If they do, you may want to suggest, along with visiting her waxing salon, to also visit an ObGyn. If unmanaged, PCOS may lead to complications such as diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease and endometrial cancer. Fortunately, for today’s women, this is easily treated with Cybelle. Its main active ingredients Cyproterone acetate and Ethinylestradiol combination is the first line of treatment for PCOS.
So ladies, love yourself first! Take care of your body as you take care of your body!
Have a great time! Always remember, "dreams do come true!"
Hugs & Kisses, Aylin.
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