Discussion in 'Vaginarium' started by HuskiRuski, Oct 6, 2009.
Anyone know? have an estimate?
I really hope it's like 85%+....but I know that's not true
If I care about a woman I do not want her on the pill. In general.
What does that have to do with caring for a woman?
If I care about the woman I'm with I'm apt to wanting her to be healthier and therefor not popping pills and messing up her hormonal balances.
Yeah, but who said anything about caring about these bitches?
Oh okay, I thought you were going down the "because i care about her i should have to deal with the consequences of her becoming pregnant" road. To which i would have said, yeah you should but trying to prevent pregnancy doesnt mean you care LESS about her. You could not want a baby for many legitimate and SHARED reasons.
pills DO fuck with women, man i remember one time when my current SO changed her BC type and burst out crying for no reason in an ice cream shop. I thought i did something wrong, she "didnt know why she was crying" CRAZY
you are very misinformed.
Yea.. I am on the pill, and I never have any probs. It's actually only when I get off it that I turn into a PMS-y mess.
not at all
I've known women BC fucked up, but I also knew women BC helped.
My ex from a few years ago naturally had irregular (sometimes late, sometimes early) periods, and BC helped stabilize that for her. And let me tell you...having sex with someone not on BC and who has late periods every now and then is VERY FUCKING STRESSFUL lol.
My most recent ex took BC without much consequence.
anyway back to the original question, everyone....
Good for you, buddy. We can't all be as amazing and considerate as you, though.
HuskiRuski > Doctors / Pharm's
You mean specifically the pill or any kind of birth control other than condoms?
Either way I have no clue.
i had an ex-gf who got a prescription for the pill before she was sexually active to treat her acne. her mom, a pharmacist, suggested it. her older sister got a prescription for seasonelle because she had terrible periods, also with the recommendation of her mother, a pharm.
That's why i originally got on it, and it worked. It calmed down my hormones. For the most part it levels them out on most girls. I've never seen a friend go crazy on them, its mostly when they are on their rag that shit gets all out of wack. If you think about it, why would a steady dose of the same hormones every day be a huge problem? I know some girls DO have problems, but for the most when the find the right dosage of hormones(because there are MANY different kinds), there shouldn't be any problems.
I loved being on it, skipping the sugar pills and having no periods for months at a time is FTW.
Guess your ex-gf's mom and every doctor in the country know more than you. Proved my point.
Search google scholar. All we can provide are bullshit guesses.
pregnancy messes a lot more with hormonal balances.
I wasn't on the pill until 26 and before then I used condoms and the pull-out method. Never preggo and never a scare, fyi.
The lack of knowledge about women in this thread is disappointing >.<
the thread title is confusing by the way. It would be better if you just said hormonal birth control. Because pills all have a different kind and different amount of hormone and different methods (different rings/shot/patch) can have the same or different hormones as the pill.
Oh and I actually had the most regular, wonderful 4 day periods before I got on BC in June of 2008. Now I've been on 2 different pills and on both of them I've had 2 periods a month...one mid month and one during my 'fake pills'.