The Morning After Pill The morning after pill has been discussed among a lot of people but do most people know what this pill does. Studies have shown that mifepristone also known as the morning after pill to be 95 percent effective at terminating early pregnancy. Also, doctors who are trained to determine the duration of the pregnancy can only distribute the morning after pill. Physicians can also use mifpristone to provide a surgical abortion in the event that the pill fails. Abortions with mifepristone can cause painful cramping, nausea and bleeding that may last for several days.
After I watched this video, I believe that every woman have the right to do research and decide on her own birthing plan rather than following orders by her doctors. Before I think that giving birth in the hospital is the best way to give birth, but at this video show me I got change my mind a lot. Technology has become extremely popular during the birth process used by the doctors. The hospitals are capable of doing more damage to the infant and mother during the birth process than natural birth. In the hospital, the doctor uses the medicines and procedures to allow the woman birth to be easier, but sometimes that process has effects on the baby.
One con of having a natural birth would be the pain by not receiving the epidural anesthesia woman who give pain na... ... middle of paper ... ...ted procedure i can see why woman would want to be medicated while giving birth because it reduces the pain but the side effects can be dangerous and even cost you your childs health. With natural deliver although a woman is expose to alot more pain its the safiest way for a woman to deliver a baby. So hopfully as the years go on there will be a increase in woman having natural births. Works Cited 1. The Stages of Labor and Birth in a Vaginal Delivery, Parents Magazine, http://www.parents.com/pregnancy/giving-birth/labor-and-delivery/labor-childbirth-phases/?page=3 2.
Diethylstilbestrol, also known as DES, is a medicine that helps prevent women from having pregnancy complications including miscarriages. “This is amazing!” one may say, but do they really know the consequences of taking this new medication? Diethylstilbestrol was a huge turning point for most pregnant women in the early twentieth century; however, it had many underlying negative consequences that would later affect the mother and child with the word no one ever wants to hear; cancer. To begin with, DES is a medication that some women would take during their pregnancy. Diethylstilbestrol is a synthetic estrogen that was created by man (“DES Exposure: Questions and Answers”).
The advertisement for Depo-Provera, a contraceptive vaccination, sounded appealing to Sheri, as she had trouble remembering to take her current form of birth control. “It said that I would not have to worry about taking a pill every day, that it was more effective than other forms of birth control, and that the main side effect was that my period might completely go away,” Sheri said. “That sounded wonderful to me.” Depo-Provera is a form of birth control that requires an injection every three months. Each shot prevents pregnancy for 12 weeks, and it is completely reversible. Depo is cited by Planned Parenthood as one of the most effective forms of reversible birth control.
I would love to be able to open everyone’s eyes on this issue that we face daily and explain how women that use drugs and alcohol during pregnancy are running a risk of their baby’s life and well being. My goal is to help provide adequate information to those who seem to think that using alcohol and drugs during pregnancy is ok. Most women think that over the counter drugs are safe to take since they do not need a prescription for them, with that being said “mor... ... middle of paper ... ... on by smoking cigarettes and the most recognized is low birth weight. It can also contribute to miscarriage, cancer, and weakened heart rate; these are just a few that factor into the baby’s health. The use of illegal drugs has a low percentage rate of women who use them during pregnancy and most of these women are found in lower socioeconomic status.
Another physical change is by taking the pill is weight gain, acne, and breast enlargement. Birth control pills as well cause acne to increase or decrease because every woman’s body is different and birth control acts in different ways. The pills acts on women in different ways because due to acne the pill my help you with your problem and for others it might worsen there acne. Acne due to birth control when you get off the pill it might go back how your body acted on acne before because the getting off the pill most likely would not make you break out afterwards. Probably after three months most acne problems might come back after a while you are off the pill.
Although Americans may not agree with the best approach to reducing the number of abortions, many efforts in place has made an decline in abortion rate. I think there are more programs around the world for the females that want to abort the baby. These programs really help them by showing an alternative to their problems. The programs really explain to them, in away that will touch their hearts. For example, If it 's your body, you should have thought about your body before, having sex.
Usually pregnant clients are referred by hospitals who understand that help is needed not only for the baby but also the mom. While pregnant , the methadone maintenance treatment helps by controlling the withdrawal symptoms, especially during the first stages of pregnancy. Treatment works better, or obtains good results, if the addiction or dependence is discover early. Also during pregnancy, baby gets about 90% of the dose and 10 % is left for mom, therefore, sometimes the methadone clinic,along with a nurse,counselor, and doctor would increase the dose so mom does not suffer the withdrawal symptoms. After baby is born, the baby is placed in the NICU for evaluation.
If they continue to come, what effects if any does radiation have, on the mom and the baby? Why should a pregnant woman continue their regular checkups at the dentist? For starters, it is highly encouraged to continue dental cleanings, annual checkups and let your doctor know you are pregnant. It is very safe but, also much recommended. A pregnant women’s hormones levels rise it causes the gums to swell, bleed and even trap food which leads to irritation of the gums.