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Polish girls and contraceptives


NorthMancPolak 4 | 648
9 Oct 2010 #31
You either take them regularly, and are protected, or don't, and aren't.

And a doctor who forgot that contraceptive pills can be taken for non-contraceptive reasons! :)

I'm a virgin

No surprises there! :p

I suspect that a very low percent of polish girls take contraceptives.(zero percent from my experience)

This says everything we need to know about the kind of women southern dates (or, more accurately, dreams about).

In my experience, 100% of Polish women use contraception.
OP southern 75 | 7,096
9 Oct 2010 #32
They don't regard you proper father?
tosha 2 | 7
10 Oct 2010 #33
You can also take them one day after.They are highly effective in one single dose.

Actually most pill pamphlets come with the warning of the exact opposite. The reason she probably didn't get pregnant that time was a fluke. Unless you're thinking of 'the morning after' pill which has a higher concentration of hormones to discourage the egg from attaching and gets the uterus to shed its lining.

As for all the side effects, yes they can cause cancer and blood clots. In a study of 1000 women if only one women develops side effects they have to include a warning. I don't have the statistics, but they are out there is you care enough to look.

The cost of pills depends on what pill your doctor puts you on and if there is a generic version. Some women also don't respond to some pills and have side effects (mood swings, nausea, on other conflicting meds etc)

Women can be put on the pill for other reasons besides contraception. PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) causes wildly irregular periods and other symptoms which going on the pill can alleviate. Extremely bad acne is another reason.

As for Polish girls not taking the pill: It is just like any other women located anywhere. Some women are crazy and want your baby (this happens all the time in America), some can't be on the pill for health reasons, and maybe others haven't sought out the information and have only asked the wrong people and have been misinformed as to the benefits and downsides to taking the birth control pill.
OP southern 75 | 7,096
10 Oct 2010 #34
Blood clots if you smoke.Girls who smoke should not take contraceptives.Use of contraceptives is very widespread in CR but not so much in Ukraine,Poland,so you see lots of slavic babies but usually in foreign countries.
skysoulmate 14 | 1,297
4 Dec 2010 #35
well I don't argue that not every women can use every pill. It's like the doctor has to match a pill to the woman. Maybe some women don't have alternative...

Szwedwpolsce has a valid point. There are risks for sure but I guess there are risks in everything we do nowadays. About 7 years ago my friend's girlfriend had a heart attack right before she turned 28! It was shocking to everyone as she was so young, very slender, excessed regularly and seemed to be very healthy.

Fortunately it was a mild heart attack and she survived but that was the end of her career (a pilot at a small regional airline). The risk factors for her were her race and the pills she took. She's black or African-American for the PC crowd and apparently heart disease is slightly more common within the black community. Also, just a few months earlier she'd switched to a different contraceptive and they suspected she ended up having a blod clot in one of the arteries that supplied blood to her heart. She switched contraceptives because she had painful periods. She is fine but she won't take any more contraceptive pills.

So yes there are risks but overall they're probably very low; after all millions of women use those pills every day and yet you seldom hear similar stories...
trener zolwia 1 | 940
4 Dec 2010 #36
It's been my experience that the extra hormones in the Pill make chicks even more crazy.
skysoulmate 14 | 1,297
4 Dec 2010 #37
It's been my experience that you are being very melodramatic here. Pills actually help some women to have more "normal", painless or rather less painful lives. So let's not exaggerate here, ok?
skysoulmate 14 | 1,297
4 Dec 2010 #39
Not your dad and my point was that this might be what you perceive as a reality but others, such as myself might disagree. A very broad statement to say "the pill makes chicks crazy," wouldn't you say?

If so, fast cars, sports, viagra, jack daniels, and strip joints make most men unstable, right? ...or wait, never mind... :)
zetigrek
4 Dec 2010 #40
she ended up having a blod clot in one of the arteries that supplied blood to her heart.

Yes it's common risk. That's why you shouldn't smoke when using contaceptive pills

"the pill makes chicks crazy,"

he means they don't like sex anymore after the pill ;D
skysoulmate 14 | 1,297
4 Dec 2010 #41
Yes it's common risk. That's why you shouldn't smoke when using contaceptive pills

True yet my friend's wife never smoked, just imagine she wasn't that much older than you are when she had her heart attack. Sometimes you just never know...

he means they don't like sex anymore after the pill ;D

I'm glad you included the quotation marks here as that's obviously his sentiment and not mine.

...and you're right, that's what he means although I think it has the exactly opposite effect. A contraceptive makes women feel in charge of their own bodies and that can't possibly have a negative effect on their desire...

Either way, too much of this black and white reasoning here, the truth is some of us are "innies" and some of us are "outies" but our thinking patterns are actually very similar, its about finding happiness in our lives. At least in my view it is.
trener zolwia 1 | 940
4 Dec 2010 #42
this might be what you perceive as a reality

Thus my preface...

he means they don't like sex anymore after the pill

No, that's not what I meant at all, Mr. Assumption. I mean that the Pill makes girls more emotional -like when they are PMS. This has been my experience and a number of girls I have known have admitted as much as well.
Marynka11 4 | 675
4 Dec 2010 #43
That was never my experience. However the contraceptives can slow down metabolism. This could be a down side for many women.
zetigrek
4 Dec 2010 #44
I mean that the Pill makes girls more emotional -like when they are PMS.

Ir should be contrary.

a number of girls I have known have admitted as much as well.

really weird.
trener zolwia 1 | 940
4 Dec 2010 #45
Maybe they were prescribed the wrong pill or the pills over here contain more hormones??

I should have added also that, contrary to the assumptions about my first statement, I have also found that being on the Pill actually makes girl more horny.
OP southern 75 | 7,096
4 Dec 2010 #46
I guess your pockets are filled with pills instead of condoms.
zetigrek
4 Dec 2010 #47
I have also found that being on the Pill actually makes girl more horny.

Maybe they were lying to you that they had taken a pill... O_o
landora - | 199
4 Dec 2010 #49
Who needs a Doctor for contraception pills EVERY MONTH for fluffys sake.

No one. Last time I went I got a prescription for 6 months.
But I disagree with the concept of free contraception. You want to have sex - you should pay for the pill or condoms. You, and not the tax payers.
tosha 2 | 7
4 Dec 2010 #51
But I disagree with the concept of free contraception. You want to have sex - you should pay for the pill or condoms. You, and not the tax payers.

What would you rather pay for (through taxes)... Birth control pills or the baby that the family can't afford so they get state aid (or it ends up in an orphanage).

This baby which could have been prevented is most likely to remain at the economical level into which it was born, when it reaches adulthood it will likely not be able to afford birth control and thus starting the vicious cycle all over again because birth control pills were too expensive or not provided by the government.

I'd rather pay for the contraceptives. (I was being dramatic, but you get the point.)
skysoulmate 14 | 1,297
4 Dec 2010 #52
But I disagree with the concept of free contraception. You want to have sex - you should pay for the pill or condoms. You, and not the tax payers.

Well, I agree with contraceptives not being free, or abortions. You screw - you pay - as simple as that. For the sake of our discussion - if viagra shouldn't be free how about prozac? (depression) One disability quickly leads to the other - i don't know the answer but where do we draw the line?

What would you rather pay for (through taxes)... Birth control pills or the baby that the family can't afford so they get state aid (or it ends up in an orphanage).

How about they get no state aid and lose the child if they can't take care of it? If someone procreates without the means to take care of their offspring then they lose the right to the offspring. Very, very harsh but why should others pay for those who only know how to make babies and won't educate themselves? Just asking...
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
4 Dec 2010 #53
How about they get no state aid and lose the child if they can't take care of it?

Then who will look after it? You'd prefer the baby in state care programs?
trener zolwia 1 | 940
4 Dec 2010 #54
Then who will look after it? You'd prefer the baby in state care programs?

The real insanity is paying losers for subsequent children after they're already on the public dole. No. No children if you've already shown you can't take care of yourself or the kids you already have. We need to take a hard stand on this. It might hurt for a generation... but people will get the message and change their behavior. Paying them more only encourages the bad behavior and we've seen where that has led.

One disability quickly leads to the other - i don't know the answer but where do we draw the line?

I say not being able to have sex is not a disability. Sex isn't a right. Plenty of people don't have sex, for whatever reasons. Me being one of them right now. :s
skysoulmate 14 | 1,297
5 Dec 2010 #55
Then who will look after it? You'd prefer the baby in state care programs?

Are you serious? Currently you have to wait more than 5 years to adopt a child born in the US and 3-4 years for a child born in China, etc. Have several friends who're unable to conceive; a lady friend is an ovarian cancer survivor and she's only 32, yet she cannot have her own babies. Her and her husband have now waited for over 3 years, a wonderful couple with both having good jobs and money saved up for the potential child's college, etc.

If there were no choices I'd understand but knowing so many have waited for so long yet there are societal leaches who are drug abusers and unable to function in our society who keep giving birth once a year or so is just awful.
trener zolwia 1 | 940
5 Dec 2010 #56
I've been saying it for years that we need to license parenthood.
Over here you can't even catch a fish without getting a license but you can have as many kids as you want and dump them on society to pick up the tab of raising them. Crap.
DikiBah - | 3
11 Feb 2014 #57
The girl I was with, she didn't want to take the pill. She always wanted unprotected sex,

they just wan ride, it all good. hehe
Nathan 18 | 1,363
12 Feb 2014 #58
Remember that contraceptive pills increase the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Sex too.
johnny reb 28 | 5,301
9 Jun 2018 #59
I have also found that being on the Pill actually makes girl more horny.

ALL girls between the age of 15 and 25 are just as horny as the boys are at that age, pill or no pill.
Joss
9 Jun 2018 #60
Ok what's more important is why in terms of attractiveness it is like this:

Polish women / Ukrainian women (tie) > Slovak > Czech

This is also the scale on keeping in shape, dressing attractive, wearing make up. I didn't see so many frumpy dressed, blue/purple/green-haired gals in Bratislava as in Prague.

Discuss. :P


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