Last Updated on April 18, 2018 by Katie Sisel Distributor
Many women taking the Pill may be asking if the Birth Control Pill causes you to AGE.
There are two things to consider:
1. Will you look older if you take the pill?
2. Will it make your body age internally?
Many diseases may cause you to age faster internally and externally.
As such, it is important you note that many birth control pills have potential side effects.
Birth Control pills can lead to serious complications such as:
Deep vein thrombosis (blood clots),
Heart attacks and strokes
However these are not common. If you are concerned speak to your physician.
Also the combined pill does not suit women who have medical conditions such as:
- Certain types of migraines
- High blood pressure
- Severe heart conditions
- or liver disease
It is not recommended for women who are very overweight, or who smoke and are aged over 35. Ref
With all of the potential risks, women need to consider potential benefits such as
- Unwanted pregnancy
- Controlling certain conditions such as endometriosis and poly-cystic ovary syndrome.
In addition there are potential health benefits of a lowered risk of ovarian and endometrial cancer associated with the birth control pill. Ref
Does AGE Matter when taking the Pill?
Actually, AGE does matter, particularly when considering what’s legal.
What age can you go on birth control in Australia?
Many methods of obtaining birth control requires a visit to a physician. Teens under the age of 18 may have to obtain parental permission or the physician may have the right to notify the parents (depending on which country and state you live in, as laws vary).
On the other hand, in many states, teens 16 years of age and older can go to the doctor without parental consent. In Australia if you are aged between 16 and 18, you are most likely able to consent, however this is up to your doctor Ref.
Birth Control Pill for older women
Yes, it’s true that fertility declines with age. However, up to 80 percent of women between 40 and 43 can still get pregnant.
So, birth control for older women is still import.
In fact, your fertility doesn’t end totally until you reach menopause-the day you’ve gone 12 consecutive months without a period. Ref.
A Different Pill To Stay Feeling and Looking Young
Since no study has been done to say women who take the pill don’t live as long as women who. We can’t say that the pill effects aging.
Finally, regardless of whether it does or doesn’t, if you are concerned about aging and looking older consider taking the new revolutionary Sisel AGE Pill.
Note: If you have a medical condition or are taking medication, please consult your physician before taking the AGE Pill.