Truth about contraceptives!

While Contraceptive is intended to work before pregnancy is ensure that it will prevent pregnancy, the manufacturers develop the pill's action with 4 mechanisms.

Let’s discuss how birth control medications work: Hormonal birth control medications prevent pregnancy through the following ways:

1.    By blocking ovulation (release of an egg from the ovaries), thus preventing pregnancy (contraceptive) 

2.    By altering mucus in the cervix which will make it harder for sperm to travel further (contraceptive)

The next two mechanism of action however takes effect after fertilization --- where life begins

3.    By changing the endometrium (lining of the uterus) so that it cannot support a fertilized egg (Prevents first mitosis causing Abortifacient effect)

4.    By altering the fallopian tubes (the tubes through which eggs move from the ovaries to the uterus) so that they cannot effectively move eggs toward the uterus (Prevents implantation of blastocyst causing Abortifacient effect)   

Now let’s compare the action of this known abortive medication RU486.

How does the abortive medication works?

Mifepristone (the abortion pill or RU-486) is a medication that was developed and tested specifically as an abortion-inducing agent. It was first licensed in France and China in 1988. Since then it has been used safely by millions of women worldwide. It was approved for use in the U.S. in September, 2000. (FYI: Abortion is legal in some States in the USA).

Mifepristone is taken in the form of a pill. It works by blocking the hormone progesterone, which is necessary to sustain pregnancy. Without this hormone, the lining of the uterus breaks down, the cervix (opening of the uterus or womb) softens, and bleeding begins.

Methotrexate has been used in the U.S. since 1953, when it was approved by the FDA to treat certain types of cancer. Since that time, medical researchers have discovered other important uses for the drug. One of these uses is to end unintended pregnancies. Although the FDA did not consider methotrexate for this specific purpose, clinicians may prescribe methotrexate for early abortion.

Methotrexate is usually given to a pregnant woman in the form of an injection, or shot, although it also can be taken orally. It stops the ongoing implantation process that occurs during the first several weeks after conception.

Misoprostol. Within a few days after taking either mifepristone or methotrexate, a second drug, misoprostol, is taken. Misoprostol tablets (which may be placed either into the vagina, between cheek and gum, or swallowed) cause the uterus to contract and empty. This ends the pregnancy.

Abortion Pill works after a pregnancy is established by turning the uterine wall a hostile environment for survival of the unborn child.  

*** Notice the similarity of the action in the known abortion pill? Changing (breaking down) the endometrium (uterine lining) so that it cannot support a fertilized. And altering the fallopian tubes to prevent the movement of fertilized egg towards the uterus for survival?

That fertilized egg should no longer be called egg since it has been implanted with sperm. 23+23 Chromosomes…it is now deserving to be called human being. That’s life and the contraceptive is terminating the life of this unborn child. That’s ABORTIFACIENT!!!

 For a more compelling explanation here's a video presentation courtesy of RichSeng's Channel