Is there a medical reason to use birth control pills?
The reason that birth control pills are sometimes used to prevent pregnancy is that it is effective for preventing the ovaries from releasing eggs. This means that it will prevent you from ovulating every month or so. But this does not mean that you will not ovulate in the future or that you are pregnant with just the thought of it. Your ovaries contain an egg and there is a process that takes place where you will get an egg. This process is called ovulation, which is why it is called ovulation-blocking drugs. The ovulation process does not start for about three days. However, if you have a regular period, your ovaries will start releasing eggs on their own the next day. This will cause you to get pregnant. It is important to know that if you stop taking the pill, your ovaries will begin to release the eggs again. In addition, if you have been on it for a long time, the pills will not have as much effect on your ovaries. There is a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), which is produced by your ovaries. HCG is the hormone that triggers ovulation, but it does not cause pregnancy.