I'm not trying to argue. My friend was showing me some class worksheets from the church she wants to get married in. It says that contraceptives were made for people who lack self control. It also said that if you didn't want to be pregnant to not have sex on your fertile days. Isn't that the same thing? To me that's still a way of preventing pregnancy. And what if you don't have regular periods and can't do natural planning? Could someone please explain this to me?
Answer by Zakysmommy at 10:40 AM on Mar. 4, 2011
Answer by missShye at 10:44 AM on Mar. 4, 2011
Answer by matthewscandi at 11:06 AM on Mar. 4, 2011
I do recall from my Anatomy and Physiology classes that this neither of these methods are very reliable and that there is a much higher risk of pregnancy then with contraceptive.
Then you should have also learned that hormonal BC is very dangerous especially for women with undiagnosed heart problems, BC is also not reliable and you don't realize how not reliable it is until your pregnant. NFP, is reliable if you know what you are doing and know the functions of the female body.
Answer by matthewscandi at 11:10 AM on Mar. 4, 2011
In Paul's writings, he talks of husbands and wives taking a break from each other. To rest and find love in other ways. To live a chaste married life. NFP allows this. All women can use NFP, it's not just counting days, it's watching the signs of the woman's body. Once she knows these signs it can also help her know if something else is wrong. When use correctly it's a very effective BC. With a 97% success rate of preventing pregnancy or planning pregnancies. No BC is 100%, so why screw with your hormones or cut into a healthy body?
Answer by daps at 3:00 PM on Mar. 4, 2011
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Answer by Freela at 9:13 PM on Mar. 4, 2011
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