We offer an effective 12 Week Birth
Control, Hormone or IVF Drug Detox Program
This Detox Program is available to women who are or were on the pill, hormones
or IVF for conception. Contact us to learn more!
Body Changes As a Result Of Synthetic Birth Control Pills
Weight gain or loss
Reduced or increased acne
Emotional sensitivity right before your period
Mood swings throughout your cycle
Irregular bleeding or spotting
How Birth Control Pills Alters A Woman's
all the negative side effects of birth control pill use, both short and long
term from the list below.
Types of Female Cancers Have Higher Risk On The Birth Control Pill Birth control pills increase the risk of breast, ovarian and liver
Gut Flora Birth control pills can change a woman's normal flora, allowing yeast
and other pathogenic organisms to thrive.
Mate Preferences -
read this study! Women who take birth control pills have an altered preference to mates.
Blood Clots and Strokes Birth control pills increase the risk of blood clots and strokes. The
risk hugely increases after age 35 and for women who smoke.
Depression Shifts in thyroid function on the birth control pill is responsible for
Heart Disease Shifts in thyroid function on the birth control pill is responsible for
Weight Gain Shifts in thyroid function on the birth control pill is responsible for
Challenges Thyroid Function Selenium, zinc and tyrosine are necessary for proper thyroid function.
Contributes To Autoimmune Conditions Oral contraceptives stimulate and artificial pregnancy and therefore
stimulate a shift from the Th1 to the Th2 Immune Branch. This can produce
an imbalance of the immune system perpetuating autoimmune conditions.
Creates Estrogen Dominance Use of birth control pills leas to a hormonal imbalance such as estrogen
Depletes Essential Minerals Birth control pills deplete selenium, zinc and the amino acid tyrosine.
Depletes Vital Nutrients Birth control pills deplete a woman's body of folic acid, B12, and B6
vitamins. A deficiency in any of these may result in anemia, birth defects,
depression and other serious conditions.
Contains Lactose Most oral contraceptives contain lactose as an inactive filler. This
could be an issue for those with food intolerances including dairy and
gluten intolerance issues.
Decreases DHEA Production Birth control pills lowers DHEA production. DHEA has been described as
an anti-aging hormone. Many conditions, including autoimmune conditions,
have been associated with low DHEA.
Decreases Sexual Desire Birth control pills can decrease sexual desire.
Decreases Testatorone Production Birth control pills suppress testosterone that women produce.
Impairs Muscle Development, Despite Exercise Birth control pills impairs a woman's ability to build muscle even when
Increases the Risk of Infections Birth Control pills thing the uterine lining making a women more prone
to bacterial and viral infections including and HPV.
Availability of T3 Free Thyroid by Increasing TBG High dose estrogen contained in birth control pills increases the
activity of TBG (Thyroxine Binding Globulin). TGB binds thyroid hormone.
More circulating TGB leads to lower levels of free thyroid (FT3) hormone
available for use by the body.
Suppresses Natural Hormones The hormones in birth control pills suppress the body's natural
production of estrogen and progesterone through a negative feedback loop
mechanism. This prevents ovulation and thins the uterine lining.
Off Natural Estrogen and Progesterone Production Birth control pills flood a woman's body with high doses of artificial
estrogen and progesterone. This causes the production of natural hormones to
turn off, preventing ovulation and thinning the uterine lining.
Weakens Bones and Causes Osteoporosis Birth control pills can thin a woman's bones leading to osteoporosis.
These are the Homeopathic Detox We Offer For These Birth Control Pills:
Control - Homeopathic
clearing remedy for detoxing all of these birth control pill
Levonorgestral / Ethinylestradiol (Logynon)
Desogestrel 150 mcg / Ethinylestradiol 20 mcg (Marvelon)
Levonorgestral / Ethinylestradiol (Microgynon)
Gestodene 75 mcg / Ethinylestradiol 30 mcg) (Minulet)
Norethisterone 1 mg / Ethinylestradios 35 mcg (Normin)
Norgestrel 500 mcg (same as Levonorgestral) "Morning
After Pill" (Schering PC4)
Drospirenone / Ethinylestradiol (Yasmin)
Apri Birth Control Pill Detox
Beyaz Birth Control Pill Detox
DES - Diethylstilbestrol Detox
Diane Birth Control Pill Detox
Control Injection Detox
Desogen Birth Pill Control
Enpresse Birth Control Pills
Femara (Letrozole) Detox
Fertility Hormones Detox
Jolivette Birth Control Pill
Junel FE Birth Control Pill
Kariva Birth Control Pill
Kayleen Birth Control IUD
Loryna Birth Control Pill
Mirena Birth Control IUD Detox
Minidril Birth Control Pill
Minerva-35 Birth Control Pill
Nora-BE Birth Control Pill
Ortho Novum 7-7-7 Birth
Control Pill Detox
Ortho Evra Birth Control Patch
Ortho Novum Birth Control Pill
Ortho Tri-Cyclen Birth Control
Plan B "Morning After Pill"
Control Pill Detox
Seasonique Birth Control Pill
Control IUD Detox
Control Pill Detox
Control Pill Detox
Yaz Birth Control
Long-Term Dangers of Birth Control Pills (3:16 minutes)
Drop That Pill - Why I Want My Patients Off Birth Control (3:03 minutes)
The Problems with The Birth Control Pill (7:31 minutes)
How The Pill Kills by Dr. Angela Lanfranchi (18:35 minutes)
Homeopathic Detoxification Program For DES
We also offer an effective 12 week (3
month) homeopathic detox program for DES women, their DES sons and DES daughters,
as well as DES grandsons and DES granddaughters.
Diethylstilbestrol (DES) DES also known formerly as stilboestrol, is a synthetic,
nonsteroidal estrogen of the stilbestrol group that was first synthesized in
1938 to prevent premature births. It is also classified as an endocrine
1940 to 1971, DES was given to pregnant women in the mistaken belief it
would reduce the risk of pregnancy complications and losses.
result, an estimated 5-10 million pregnant women and the children born of
these pregnancies were exposed to DES.
prescribed DES to pregnant women on the theory that miscarriages and
premature births occurred because some pregnant women did not produce enough
estrogen naturally. At the time, physicians thought DES was safe and would
prevent miscarriages and pre-term (early) births.
published research showed that DES did not prevent miscarriages or premature
DES was shown to cause clear cell carcinoma, a rare vaginal tumor, in girls
and women who had been exposed to this drug in utero.
The US Food
and Drug Administration subsequently withdrew approval of DES as a treatment
for pregnant women. In 1971, the Food and Drug
Administration (FDA) issued a Drug Bulletin advising physicians to stop
prescribing DES to pregnant women. The FDA warning was based on a study
published in 1971 that identified DES as a cause of a rare vaginal cancer in
girls and young women who had been exposed to DES before birth (in the
studies have indicated that DES also has the potential to cause a variety of
significant adverse medical complications during the lifetimes of those
National Cancer Institute recommends women born to mothers who took DES
undergo special medical exams on a regular basis to screen for complications
as a result of the drug.
Individuals who were exposed to DES during their mothers' pregnancies are
commonly referred to as "DES daughters" and "DES sons" (also DES
grandaughters, DES grandsons).
The news that DES could be
harmful led to a national effort to find women prescribed DES while pregnant
and notify them of the potential DES-related health problems. Physicians
reviewed patients' medical records and notified women who had been
prescribed DES. As a result of this effort, many women were made aware of
the DES health risk known at that time, known as clear cell adenocarcinoma (CCA),
a rare vaginal cancer.
Women were encouraged to
have their DES-exposed daughters screened regularly by a gynecologist
because CCA was found in girls as young as 8 years old.
Researchers studied the health of these
DES-exposed cohorts for more than 20 years. Much of what is known about
DES-related health risks is the result of these long-term studies.
information on these cohort studies,
There is no medical test (such as blood, urine, or skin analysis) can
detect DES exposure.
All DES-exposed persons are
at an increased risk for developing some health problems when compared with
persons who were not exposed to DES. All of the health problems related to
DES exposure also can occur in persons who were not exposed to DES. CDC's
DES update provides information on
DES-related health effects.
Many companies manufactured
DES and similar synthetic drugs. In 1976, the Journal of the American
Medical Association (JAMA) published a list of the most commonly used
names and spellings for DES and similar drugs.
The Disastrous Consequences of DES (5:13 minutes)
DES Daughters: 'A Mothers Curse' 60
Minutes 10-10-99 (12:21 minutes)
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