Pros and Cons of Birth Control Pills for Men and Women
Researchers have recently presented a new relation between oral contraceptives and hormonal changes in women. According to them, birth control pills bring lots of hormonal changes in women. There are times when they bring a change to their feelings towards their partners. Therefore, ladies who are planning to get married should try and avoid taking pills if they have not taken them before while choosing their partner.
According to researchers, the hormones of oral contraceptive affect the type of guy a woman is attracted to. So there is a possibility sometimes that a guy whom she get attracts to at a particular point of time while not taking pills, becomes an un-attracted person sometime later in her life if she starts using them.
But then, on the other hand, there are few experts who never urge women to stop taking pills while having sex with their partners if they don’t want to become pregnant. They insist that the risk of becoming pregnant is a more difficult to handle aspect in comparison to the shock that whether a man and woman are any more attracted to each other or no.
For assessing the effect of the birth control pills on women's taste in men, Dr. Craig Roberts of Stirling University queried over 2,500 mothers from around the world regarding how happy they were in their relationships.
Some women told that they met their partners while being on the Pill and some were still with the fathers of their kids. But then, on the other hand, there were some women who reported to found their husband or boyfriend less exhilarating in the bedroom than before.
But, one good thing revealed about these pills is that pill users found their partners to be more concerned than others like they feel them to be more realistic, caring and much better providers.
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