What they don't advertise is that conception can and does occur.
WOW!! I was on that for about 3 years...and I NEVER knew that.
Don't mess with what God has given man (and women too of course)
Science's attempt to play god are riddled with flaws covered up by deceit. The devil at work I presume.
Nothing wrong with buying what we need from China or India.
Because then we'll start talking about abortion and we all know what a senstive topic that is for liberals.
I just put up an order to sell my Pfizer stock. Zoloft, Celebrex and Bextra are all outstanding medications with bum raps against them. The depo-Provera is however extremely dangerous.
And this is what teenagers in CT can get in school without parental consent or knowledge. For all we know the pro-sex educators are endorsing and recommending it. Free of course because CT has The Husky plan. Free medicine for all children. Free from side-effects: NO!
"The drug Depo-Provera acts as an abortifacient. Given by injections four times a year, the artificial hormone prevents a baby in the earliest stages of development from implanting on the wall of the uterus, leading to its death."
No..it does not. Depo-Provera puts the woman's body into "false menopause" via hormones. It prevents the ovaries from releasing an egg. It also causes the cervical mucus to thicken and changes the uterine lining, making it harder for sperm to enter or survive in the uterus. That's why women do not have a menstrual cycle while on the Depo shot.
How, pray tell, can it kill a baby in it's "earliest stage of development"...if there was never an egg released to make the baby?
Since Depo-Provera is a hormone, it would stand to reason that it might affect bone mineralization. This isn't a new revelation; it's just that people expect that a medication will solve their problems without any untoward effects. Usually it's a trade off; benefit vs. risk.