I agree with Hatter. You definitely need to go talk to a respectable parent/adult about it. I almost traded my 2-year old car that I purchased new in for a brand new model. The dealership threw in all the "bells and whistles". I entertained the idea, but my dad talked me out of it. I would have paid 4 grand more for a sun-roof.... whoppie!
P.S. Insert Panthro's joke about how I drive a camry and not a big truck.
I had a Camry in High School...I have no idea what you are talking about.
There are numerous reasons outside of preventing pregnancy on why a woman might be on birth control.
If there was a medicine that reduced prostate cancer by 70% and made us shoot blanks while on it we would call it a miracle drug. Now imagine if Fundy Christians made sure everyone did not have access to it.
Why not lobby to get viagr@ removed from insurance plans?
Pill perk #1: Lower cancer risk
Taking oral contraceptives (OCs) can slash your risk for both endometrial and ovarian cancer by more than 70 percent after 12 years; even just one to five years may lower your risk by 40 percent. They work by reducing the number of times you ovulate in your lifetime: Ovulation may trigger cell changes in the ovaries that can lead to cancer. If you're worried about using the Pill for too long, relax. "You can safely take the Pill for 20 years or more," says Stephanie Teal, M.D., director of family planning at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver. Barring health issues, the only reason to stop is if you want to get pregnant.
Pill perk #2: Clearer skin
Estrogen - the female hormone found in most OCs - helps clear your skin by decreasing levels of testosterone, a male hormone that stimulates oil production. Although Ortho Tri-Cyclen is often used to treat acne, many pills, such as Yasmin or Desogen, can banish blemishes. You'll likely see results within a couple of months.
Pill perk #3: Lighter, less painful periods
When you're on the Pill, you don't ovulate, so your uterine lining doesn't build up as much. In fact, you don't have a true "period" during the placebo phase - just withdrawal bleeding, in which your uterine lining breaks down in response to the drop in hormones. So most OC takers bleed less for a shorter time, and have little or no cramping. If you want an even lighter flow, ask your doctor about Seasonique, a new pill that gives you four periods a year and helps reduce period length to three days on average.
Pill perk #4: PMS relief
Hormonal shifts during the second half of your cycle are the main cause of PMS symptoms. The Pill can provide relief by steadying hormones, but different symptoms require different pills. If breast tenderness is your complaint, an OC that is lower in estrogen (such as Mircette) is your best bet. If you want to beat bloating, try a pill (such as Yasmin or Yaz) with drospirenone, a progestin shown to help prevent fluid retention. "Use the Pill for three to four months to see if it provides the relief you're looking for," says Pelin Batur, M.D., a women's health specialist at the Cleveland Clinic Independence Family Health Center.
Pill perk #5: Endometriosis relief
Endometriosis, a condition in which uterine-lining tissue grows in other pelvic areas, can lead to scarring, severe pain, and sometimes infertility. The Pill stops the growth of tissue in other areas by reducing the hormones that cause the lining to build up.
I dont decide on issues before I know the variables only idiots do that. Mostly liberals that get offended easily when they are shown how uneducated they are. Not all mind you, just seems to be so many of you these days, lol.
enjoy your gravy big guy.
There is only one person in here getting offended and it's the guy who keeps using liberalism and socialism incorrectly.