Woman’s Depression and Mental Illness Symptoms Disappear After Getting Off the Pill

 

Below is an article from Natural Womanhood which shows some of the side effects of using birth control pills of which most women are not aware.  There are alternatives to using the pill that are not only more effective, they are safer and more natural.  Here is a link to a site which explains one alternative, NaProTechnology, a safer and much better solution to using artificial means for several fertility and health problems which many women face. 

 

by Mary Rose Somarriba, Editor
Natural Womanhood

Woman
“After I started taking the Pill . . . I became more and more depressed. At the time I didn’t blame it on the Pill. But I felt worse from day to day, I had more and more suicidal thoughts and even tried to commit suicide. Finally I ended up in a closed psychiatric ward.”

Jasmin, a 20-year-old woman, shared her story of devastating birth control side effects this past week in a news story titled “Depression and suicide: The dark side of the birth control pill” published at Germany’s public international broadcaster Deutsche Welle (DW).

Use this link to read the rest of Jasmin’s story

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