Only for Birth Control? No, The Pill Is an Ally for Women to Solve The Problems of The Body

Fertility and Pregnancy

What kind of image do you have when you hear the word of “pill”? Many of you may think that it’s something you take for birth control. In fact, the pill is very effective in contraception. However, did you know that taking the pill can also help with your daily life and infertility treatment?

In this article, we will explain the various roles the pill can play.

 The effects of taking the birth control pill

When you take the birth control pill, your brain decides that “you don’t need to secrete hormones” and suppresses ovulation. At the same time, the endometrium makes it difficult for a fertilized egg to implant and the cervical mucus changes to prevent sperm from entering the uterus. This gives them about 90% of the contraceptive effect.

And a medium-dose after pill (emergency contraceptive) to avoid an unwanted pregnancy can be just as effective as a low-dose pill, even after conception. It does not affect your subsequent fertility or pregnancy, so you can take it without any worries.

The pill has many other benefits besides contraception.

  • Improve menstrual irregularities and menstrual pain
  • Reduce the amount of menstruation

Taking the pills for long term will….

  • Reduces the risk of uterine body cancer, ovarian cancer and benign breast disease

It is also effective for fertility.

By suppressing ovulation, the ovaries are able to get enough rest, which can help prevent endometriosis, which is a common cause of infertility.

You may be worried to take birth control pills, however, it’s usually good for your body.

What you need to be aware of when taking pills

Although the pill can be expected to have a variety of effects, there are some things you should be aware of when taking it. In particular, be sure to adhere to the following two things.

  • Do not smoke while taking the pills
  • Take it every 24 hours at a set time every day

 There is a slight risk of blood clots, therefore be sure to quit smoking when taking it. In addition, if you forget to take it, it will be ineffective. Make sure that you take one at a set time every day.

Also, when you take the pills, be sure you know about the side effects. The most common symptom is nausea, however, you may feel swelling as well.

When you hear the word “side effects”, it’s kind of scary, isn’t it? However, in both cases, improvement may be possible by changing the type of pill. Please refrain from taking it once and see your doctor.

It’s common to take pills overseas

In Japan, the rate of taking pills is very low – only 1% compared to 41% in France and 16% in the US, according to a study.

In other countries where the pill is widely used, it is used for a variety of purposes other than contraception, however it is thought that the image of the pill held by the Japanese is biased towards only contraception.

“I’m having terrible period pains” or “My period doesn’t come regularly…

By taking the pill, you may be one step closer to solving such problems. Also, considering that it removes the causes of future infertility, it’s good for the future.

The type of pills and insurance coverage depends on the doctor’s diagnosis, but it can be taken for as little as 3,000 yen a month and serves multiple roles.

Conclusion

There are many advantages when you take pills. If you have bad pain during period or you don’t have period regularly, you may want to consider taking the pill. It’s not only for contraception but also to improve the problems you have.

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