“We don’t want children right now. We can’t afford them. We want children in our timing, when we’re ready.” Four years later they decided to have their first child. Then, Michelle went back on the pill, but she conceived and had a miscarriage. At that point they talked with a Christian medical doctor and read the fine print in the contraceptives package. They found that while taking the pill you can get pregnant and then miscarry. They were grieved! They were Christians! They were pro-life! They realized that their selfish actions had taken the life of their child. They prayed and asked God to forgive them, and to teach them to love children like He loves children.
ok i think that reasoning is silly but i can understand not wanting to use after suffering a loss but to realte BC to abortion is wrong...
heres the link where i got the info
Answer by mamakirs at 3:13 PM on Sep. 1, 2009
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Answer by Anonymous at 3:15 PM on Sep. 1, 2009
I heard that story too. There is another type of BC. That is not having sex when your ovulating
Answer by louise2 at 3:20 PM on Sep. 1, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 3:24 PM on Sep. 1, 2009
First off, it is true that some forms of BC can cause miscarriage. Like the IUD. You can still conceive and the IUD simply doesn't allow the fertilized egg to implant on the uterus, so technically it's a miscarriage. The copper IUD is supposed to make a hostile environment for the sperm and in general is supposed to not allow an egg to be fertilized, but it happens. Those that have very strong feelings on when life actually begins can have issues with these forms of BC because of that.
As for Mrs. Duggar's fertility, she weens the babies off earlier so that she will ovulate earlier, thus making it possible to conceive. Don't kid yourself, she is doing it purposefully.
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