Friday, October 23, 2015

Birth Control Options (part 1 of 2)

Family planning is a must in today's modern society. People are slowly becoming more and more aware of the implications both good and bad of planning the family. Most importantly people are becoming more and more aware of the different options that they have for planning their family. Different kinds of birth control options are now widely accepted as normal and part of everyday life.

Family planning has made enormous waves when it comes to controversy, different anti-family planning groups call it artificial control of what God has given and since most family planning methods involve products that have been manufactured by man and their companies people say that it is also like playing God since we have control over the number of members we want in our family.

Birth control options have been subject to a lot of debate and argument in the past and in the present, but even with all the opposition it gets from different sectors it still remains as the number one option of people who want to take care of how their family. What are the advantages of having birth control options?

There are a lot of different pros and cons to it but to have a good idea of some of the things that we can benefit from birth control let’s go ahead and take a look into birth control a little more.

Birth control also helps prevent STD’s or sexually transmitted diseases. Yes it’s true, most birth control options if not some of it can help prevent Sexually transmitted diseases. We all know that STD’s infect people through transferring the infection during sexual activities. Since the main function of birth control devices is to prevent contact between two different cells, the damage and the scope of the damage can be minimized in terms of getting the infection. One of the most reliable if not most used form of contraception that helps prevent transmission of STD is the condom.

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