Top 10 Surprising Facts about Contraception

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6. Female sterilization process increases risk of pregnancy


A new process of hysterospoic sterilization actually helps women to control pregnancy and avoid them from having a child after sex. But, studies have shown that the use of such sterilization process actually has chances to increase the risks of pregnancy by 10 times during a 10 year period. What this process does in the short term might greatly affect the birth control process and procedures in the long run.

7. Birth control failure by overweight women


Women who are considered to be fat and obese usually face failure when it comes to birth control, meaning that the birth control pills fail to work on them and thus they suffer from unintended pregnancies. Studies and researchers have pointed out that women with a lesser BMI are safe and secure as the birth control pills do mostly work on them, but women will a BMI higher than 30 and who are considered obese might tend to face more unintended pregnancy cases than the ones with BMI lesser than 25.

8. Reduced teen pregnancies by Reality TV


Some shows which were aired on MTV such as ’16 and pregnant’ and ‘Teen Mom’ could boast about helping to curb down the number of teen pregnancies around the world. Apart from the negative impacts a television has, these shows actually brought down the rate and percentage of teen pregnancies due to its effect it had on teenagers across the globe. The Vital Statistics Natalitiy microdata method was used to examine and observe how the teen pregnancy rate shifted during the time these shows were aired.

9. Pills could mess around with level of sexual satisfaction


Pills are also known to bring a change in the level of sexual satisfaction among women. Studies have shown that women who are on the pill or off the pill during their relationship stay at a greater level of sexual satisfaction than the ones who either began or stopped the usage of pill during the relationship. Women tend to becomes less satisfied with their long terms partners if they change their piss usage during that relationship.

10. Pills may change a woman’s sexual preferences


Women because of their ability to ovulate, find themselves attracted to masculine men who have stronger bodies along with being intelligent, dominant and competitive. Yet, the use of birth control pills among women all around the world has probably changed their preferences of sexual partners. Studies and research have explained the fact that usage and consumption of pills may tend to have a psychological change in a woman’s mind and make her attracted to or tend to ovulate with less masculine men. When a woman’s goes off the pill, then she might regain her attraction towards masculine men gradually.

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