Implanted Birth Control Goes Missing
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(09-07-2012, 06:20 PM)piabee Wrote: One such patient, Nici Davies, 37, got an implant in 2010. The Londoner was told it would be no problem to remove it if she decided to have kids. Well, she did, and went in to have it removed in April, only to have three doctors fail to find it. Now Davies is afraid that by the time the device stops working she won't be able to get pregnant. "The implant can last five years, she tells Britain's The Sun. "I am left with no chance of having children."

Is it wrong for me not to feel sorry for this woman?
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#12
Bill Gates Foundation is going to buy 500 million of these, coat them in Chocolate, and sell them in Africa.

His Catholic wife is running the project.
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#13
Implanon: Render unto Moloch the things which are Moloch's.
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(09-08-2012, 05:12 AM)ggreg Wrote: Bill Gates Foundation is going to buy 500 million of these, coat them in Chocolate, and sell them in Africa.

His Catholic wife is running the project.

The sad thing is that millions of people think that if the third world stops having babies, we'll have heaven on Earth.
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(09-08-2012, 05:03 AM)HuskerTom Wrote:
(09-07-2012, 06:20 PM)piabee Wrote: One such patient, Nici Davies, 37, got an implant in 2010. The Londoner was told it would be no problem to remove it if she decided to have kids. Well, she did, and went in to have it removed in April, only to have three doctors fail to find it. Now Davies is afraid that by the time the device stops working she won't be able to get pregnant. "The implant can last five years, she tells Britain's The Sun. "I am left with no chance of having children."

Is it wrong for me not to feel sorry for this woman?

Why would it be?
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#16
(09-07-2012, 09:52 PM)OCLittleFlower Wrote: It's a real device, Fontevrault.  And my health teacher in High School cautioned us about it going missing -- and even lodging itself in muscles, causing pain -- as early as 2002.  She was one of the few orthodox Catholics at my school -- she also taught NFP, specializing in couples who had trouble concieving.

Don't women study these things before they have them implanted?!?  Honestly, I wouldn't take any medication without researching it.
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(09-08-2012, 10:59 AM)Fontevrault Wrote:
(09-07-2012, 09:52 PM)OCLittleFlower Wrote: It's a real device, Fontevrault.  And my health teacher in High School cautioned us about it going missing -- and even lodging itself in muscles, causing pain -- as early as 2002.  She was one of the few orthodox Catholics at my school -- she also taught NFP, specializing in couples who had trouble concieving.

Don't women study these things before they have them implanted?!?   Honestly, I wouldn't take any medication without researching it.

Neither would I.  But I have a general distrust of the medical profession, honed by bad experiences.  Other people practically worship their doctors' opinions, it seems.
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(09-09-2012, 01:14 AM)OCLittleFlower Wrote:
(09-08-2012, 10:59 AM)Fontevrault Wrote:
(09-07-2012, 09:52 PM)OCLittleFlower Wrote: It's a real device, Fontevrault.  And my health teacher in High School cautioned us about it going missing -- and even lodging itself in muscles, causing pain -- as early as 2002.  She was one of the few orthodox Catholics at my school -- she also taught NFP, specializing in couples who had trouble concieving.

Don't women study these things before they have them implanted?!?   Honestly, I wouldn't take any medication without researching it.

Neither would I.  But I have a general distrust of the medical profession, honed by bad experiences.  Other people practically worship their doctors' opinions, it seems.

And with a private medical system too rather than the socialist ones we have here in Europe.  Who'd have thunk it?
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(09-10-2012, 11:54 AM)ggreg Wrote:
(09-09-2012, 01:14 AM)OCLittleFlower Wrote:
(09-08-2012, 10:59 AM)Fontevrault Wrote:
(09-07-2012, 09:52 PM)OCLittleFlower Wrote: It's a real device, Fontevrault.  And my health teacher in High School cautioned us about it going missing -- and even lodging itself in muscles, causing pain -- as early as 2002.  She was one of the few orthodox Catholics at my school -- she also taught NFP, specializing in couples who had trouble concieving.

Don't women study these things before they have them implanted?!?   Honestly, I wouldn't take any medication without researching it.

Neither would I.  But I have a general distrust of the medical profession, honed by bad experiences.  Other people practically worship their doctors' opinions, it seems.

And with a private medical system too rather than the socialist ones we have here in Europe.  Who'd have thunk it?

:grin:
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(09-10-2012, 11:54 AM)ggreg Wrote:
(09-09-2012, 01:14 AM)OCLittleFlower Wrote:
(09-08-2012, 10:59 AM)Fontevrault Wrote:
(09-07-2012, 09:52 PM)OCLittleFlower Wrote: It's a real device, Fontevrault.  And my health teacher in High School cautioned us about it going missing -- and even lodging itself in muscles, causing pain -- as early as 2002.  She was one of the few orthodox Catholics at my school -- she also taught NFP, specializing in couples who had trouble concieving.

Don't women study these things before they have them implanted?!?   Honestly, I wouldn't take any medication without researching it.

Neither would I.  But I have a general distrust of the medical profession, honed by bad experiences.  Other people practically worship their doctors' opinions, it seems.

And with a private medical system too rather than the socialist ones we have here in Europe.  Who'd have thunk it?

Here they try to do to much -- there they try to do too little.  Either way, you have to watch your back.  I suppose I'd rather be offered too much treatment and decline than be unable to get it when I need it.
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