Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Be cautious before taking the contraceptive pill, it may affect the brain

A large number of women worldwide use birth control pills to prevent unwanted pregnancy. At the same time, many times doctors also recommend menstrual problems, cyst related problems, menstrual pain, and the use of birth control pills in PCOD.

 Even though these pills are helpful in preventing unwanted pregnancy, they have many side effects. According to a recent research, the use of birth control pills not only causes an imbalance of hormones in the body but also affects the brain. Contraceptive pills have side effects not only on the body but also on the mind.

Hormones become imbalanced in the body
Contraceptive pills release hormones in the body, making the hormones already present in the body imbalanced. Because of this, menstruation becomes irregular. Some women also experience vomiting, dizziness, headaches after taking birth control pills. There may also be problems like weight gain and mood changes.

Affect the ability to understand expressions
The ability to read facial expressions may be affected in women who use birth control pills. Research by scientists at the University of Greifswald in Germany showed that women using the pills showed about 10 percent worse effects than women who did not use the pills.


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