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Birth Control is not haram and is basic health care

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Birth Control is not haram and is basic health care
on: September 24, 2019, 11:12:07 PM
« Last Edit: October 18, 2019, 12:15:40 AM by shadav »
A rant I made a few years ago, not really to do with islam, but the question can up the other day of is birth control haram.....

the answer is no......

while it is best not to use it, as the idea of marriage is to have children..... it is not haram to use a contraceptive....

to quote Rafeed:
Quote from: Rafeed
It's not haram when there are valid reasons for it
A woman should not use birth control pills unless the following two conditions are met:
(1)She should have a reason for that such as being sick and unable to bear a pregnancy too soon, or being physically weak, or having other reasons why getting pregnant too soon/frequently would be harmful for her.
(2) Her husband should give his permission, because the husband has the right to have children. This must also be done in consultation with a doctor, to find out whether taking these pills will be harmful to her or not.
now onto my rant, that was spawned by the attached video

Quote from: shadav
ok let's get to the nitty gritty!
FACT: yes it's used to help prevent pregnancy
....are you going to pull out in time, hell no~! oh ok, women should stop having WTF ok every woman in the world refuses to have sex, now what dude? You ain't getting any either now dumb donkey!

ok ok back to the facts!
yes it's used to help prevent pregnancy but you know what most women and teens use it for? To control their periods, yes that 1 to 3 weeks out of every month that we go psycho!!! Well guess what, it helps regulate those hormones so we don't lose our fucking minds every month!
It also helps the 10% of reproductive-age women that suffer from Menorrhagia (excessively heavy flow and falls under the larger category of abnormal uterine bleeding (Approximately 53 in 1000 women are affected by AUB)) that's up to 80ml of blood every month with cycles lasting longer than a week, now do you want your woman on her period for a week and a half or more.....lets put this another way, do you only want sex maybe 1 week out of every month!
on the same note, it helps your uterus makes less of the chemicals that trigger painful cramps, which means we won't be as grumpy all the damn time because we're not in so much pain which is affecting up to 90% of reproductive-age women.

It can also stop the mistral know that "honey i can't I have a migraine!" yeah that, it helps put a stop to that! Which affects about 60% of women!

And well now, let's not talk about that mustache or pimples on my face because I'm now not allowed to take "birth control"

Fact: it can help ease the symptoms of Endometriosis ( the layer of tissue that normally covers the inside of the uterus, grows outside it), by thinning out the uterine lining, and, in the case of extended-cycle pills, blocking your period from happening each month. Oh and by the way, endometriosis makes having sex nearly impossible due to the pain that otherwise the "birth control" could subside!

Fact: it can help with Polycystic ovary syndrome (hormonal imbalance, causes irregular periods, acne, excess body hair, ovarian cysts, and infertility) PCOS has no cure but can be managed by treatment such as "birth control"

Fact: It lowers your risk of some cancers
Women that have taken the pill for 5 years or longer have a 50% reduction in the risk of developing ovarian cancer, a cancer for which there's not a good screening tool, and a cancer that's frequently diagnosed in an advanced stage, so to have this kind of risk reduction is important.
endometrial cancer decreases by nearly a quarter.


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