This product is a definite MUST if you are looking to come off invasive / hormone-altering methods of contraception and try something more natural - the Lady-Comp is accurate and easy to use without having to worry about nasty hormonal side effects.
London, UK (PRWEB UK) 29 January 2014
New study shows oral contraceptive usage increases risk for breast cancer.
Despite the World Health Organization’s classification of oral contraceptives as a Group 1 carcinogen, medical professionals across the globe persist in their prescription of the pill as a comprehensive, “one-size-fits-all” medical solution for women. A recent study published in the Indian Journal of Cancer adds to the growing research literature denoting a link between oral contraceptive use and increased health risk for breast cancer. In this study of 640 women – 320 women with newly diagnosed breast cancer and 300 healthy women – doctors in India found that the risk of breast cancer was almost 10 times higher in women who had a medical history of oral contraceptive usage.
The heightened risk for breast cancer stemming from oral contraceptive use was found to be higher than the other risk factors explored in the study, save for a lack of breastfeeding as a factor. For more comprehensive study results, the two groups of women in the study had similar demographic characteristics, including age, socioeconomic status, and medical background.
Many users of oral contraceptives are unaware of the side effects, short- and long-term, which oral contraceptives can engender. Other research literature documents that the taking of birth control pills are associated with pronounced, short- and long-term effects including:
- Headaches, migraines, or dizziness
- Changes in appearance—acne breakouts or loss of scalpel hair
- Cerebral hemorrhaging or thrombosis (bleeding that occurs in the cranial cavity; blood clot which can lead to draining of blood from the brain)
- Appearance of mental depression
- Increased nervousness
- Altered structure of the cornea
- Gallbladder disease
- Hemolytic uremic syndrome (kidney failure and low platelet count in the blood)
Additionally, many fertility experts (including doctors) are concerned about the fact that women often are not informed that the birth control pill can cause an chemical abortion as well as prevent pregnancy. Despite the hormones’ ability to prevent the release of eggs, sometimes a “breakthrough ovulation” takes place.
A woman can still conceive a baby (embryo), who because of synthetic hormones cannot attach to the uterine lining and is aborted. The pill’s third mechanism is to change the lining of the endometrium, which creates a hostile environment for a newly created human life.
The similar and even worse mechanism works in case of IUDs (coils), like Mirena, where one of the mechanisms incorporates a physical intrusion to prevent implantation of already conceived baby (embryo).
More information about the pill’s harmful side effects can be found here.
Women who are health-conscious have a safe, reliable alternative for contraception in Lady-Comp, a state-of-the-art fertility computer that monitors fertility with 99.3% clinically proven accuracy. The fertility calculator has been engineered to carefully track a woman’s fertility by drawing upon advanced bio-mathematical forecasting and extensive information drawn from over 900,000 cycles of thousands of women with unique fertilities.
Lady-Comp also leverages specialized computer software to track, monitor, and store a woman’s unique fertility information. Over time, it uses an advanced machine learning ability to adjust itself to a woman’s unique cycle, regardless of any irregularities or cycle length. All is required is that its user take a daily temperature reading, which takes only 30 seconds, and the user is quickly made aware of her fertility status.
Usually a woman has six days in her cycle in which she can become pregnant: five days before ovulation and the sixth day on which she ovulates. On that final day, women see a slight rise in their body temperature. This is the measure that Lady-Comp precisely detects, measures, and then compares to previously compiled data for fertility status monitoring.
A simple, three-color system (red, yellow, and green) indicates fertility status instantly after temperature taking. Green denotes when one is infertile, red when one is fertile, and yellow when the machine is in the stage of learning its user’s unique fertility patterns. Lady-Comp makes up for missing temperature measurements as well.
Lady-Comp does not feature any recurring costs, has up to a 10-year life expectancy, and is backed by customer support as well as an optional extended 3-year warranty. Payment plans are available for those who would prefer to avoid an upfront, one-time payment.
More information about Lady-Comp’s premium efficacy, proven safeguarding against health risks associated with oral contraceptive use, and other benefits can be found at: https://www.lady-comp.co.uk.
The Times of India article which covered the breast cancer risk factors study can be found at: http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2014-01-02/delhi/45798173_1_breast-cells-breast-cancer-institute-rotary-cancer-hospital.
Lady-Comp UK is the only authorised distributor of Lady-Comp® for the UK and Ireland – the most effective fertility & natural birth control & family planning computer available on the market.