Recovering from Birth Control Pill Side Effects

Birth Control Pill Side Effects
Posted by Maria (Gippsland, Australia) on 02/06/2011
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There is a great book called 'The Billings Method' that's about natural birth control. It came out in about 1980 and is written by Drs John and Evelyn Billings. Using the Billings Method you learn your own individual cycle and can plan to prevent pregnancy or to try for one. Every teenage girl should learn about her own cycle and this method teaches this. There are now Billings Centers around the world helping women. There is a lot of info on the net if you search for it. I believe this is the official site:

www.billingslife.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=249&Itemid=119%u2329=en

Although Dr John Billings has now passed away he and his wife Dr Evelyn Billings legacy lives on. This method has been scientifically proven but Drs still give the pill to girls and young women to supposedly help their cycle, even though most never do blood tests first to see which should be prescribed.

There is also a small gadget called 'Maybe Baby' it is the size of a lipstick and is a small microscope. You wake up in the morning and first thing you do is put a smear of spit on the lens and leave to dry for a couple of minutes. You then look at it and it will show up as fern leaves if you are about to or are ovulating. I bought mine at the chemist but a search online will give you more info. It has been known for a few decades that womens saliva put under the microscope could show when they are ovulating, so now you can get what is really just a mini microscope the size of a lipstick. This really does work so you can either avoid sex during your fertile time or use a condom. If trying to get pregnant then you know your ovulating time.