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How does birth control pills works?
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Evert - September 14

I would like to know how can it prevent pregancy.

 

ashley - September 14

birth control pills work by regulating your hormones to prevent ovulation, the release of an egg each month. If there is no egg available to be fertilized, you can't get pregnant.

 

taylor swank - September 15

In addition to Ashley,,,
Artificial form of progesterone and estrogen are found on Birth Control Pills. These hormones prevent ovulation by maintaining more consistent hormone level. Without a peak in estrogen, the ovary doesn't get the sign to discharge an egg. They also thicken cervical mucus so the sperm cannot reach the egg and make the lining of the uterus unreceptive to the implantation of a fertilized egg.

 

milani joy - September 15

Oral contraceptives contain hormones that suppress ovulation. During ovulation an egg is released from the ovaries, without ovulation there is no egg to be fertilized and pregnancy cannot occur.

 

padmeposh - September 15

Evert,
Birth Control Pills that contains prosthetic progestin helps thickens the cervical mucus which hinders the movement of sperm, it also slow down the egg’s ability to travel through the fallopian tubes and it somewhat suppress the sperms ability to unite with the egg.

 

dora - October 7

i think they mentioned it all now. hope you have the idea how it works!

 

marissa - October 7

haven't you tried it evert? what method are you using b4 and how old are you now?

 

Evert - October 16

i'm 19 years old now. haven't tried any birth control methods yet.

 

lyKa - October 17

just try the pills then. it would surely be effective for a first timer like you.

 

evert - October 23

what kind of pills can you suggest lyka? i prefer the one that you tried. thanks!

 

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