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BIRTH CONTROL PATCH PROVES DEADLY!!

Posted by on September 28, 2010

September 28, 2010, Johnson and Johnson, the makers of Ortho-Evra Birth control patch hid the deadly side effects of the patch from 40 million women who have been prescribed the patch since 2002. The noted culprit are the high levels of estrogen the patch delivers. These levels are 60%higher than the average birth control pill. Unlike the pill which is swallowed allowing the estrogen to be absorbed, the patch continuously feeds the female body estrogen, essentially causing an overdose! Women who do not take birth control pills have a 1 in 10,000 chance of suffering a blot clot in her leg, that risk increases to 3 or 4 with the pill and 6 to 8 with the patch. If a female smokes her risk increases exponentially. Side effects include cancer from high estrogen levels and deadly blood clots. Uninformed women trust, submit and die!  What a waste of human life!

Where are the feminists when we need them? This is a crime against women! Yet the phony feminists are actually the ones who support birth control with the attitude, ” Death to the females and onward with the cause.” An attitude that says, “Who cares how many women die as long as we can keep a woman’s right to choose. If a woman happens to destroy her body,oh well, someone has to be the guinea pig.”

The way I see it far too many “good” women are being led like sheep to the slaughter all in the name of “women’s rights!” Its evil and its unfair to the millions of women who would make other choices if they were properly informed.

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