I ran across this and feel compelled to share.
The argument as to whether birth control pills prevent ovulation or implantation. Randy Alcorn explains it, so I won't have to, but in a nutshell, most pills these days are not contraception. Also that IUD, Norplant, Depo Provera and the like do not generally prevent ovulation.
He likened it to leaving a toddler unattended in a swimming pool. Bad things will happen. Not every time, but it would be ill advised to take that chance with your child.
I can attest to the fact that pills do not always prevent conception, I'll be happy to show you pictures of the kids I had while taking the pill. I am also sad to report that I used Norplant for several years, as I did the Depo. Now, the first time I was on Depo I did not have any menstrual cycles, which I am assuming meant that I did not ovulate. Good news. But with the 2nd time I was on the Depo and the time I was using Norplant, I did. Which probably means that there are some people who were for a moment and are no longer. We opted several years ago to go the surgical route, and have not researched the commentary regarding it, but hubby had a sperm count of zero, so that should be good for preventing conception.
So, please research the matter for yourself.
Cast of Characters
- BOB - Born of the body children
- BOTH - Born of the heart children
- Roran aka Big Girl - 18 year old BOB daughter - recently booted from the nest
- Big Boy - 15 year old BOB son
- Radical - 9 year old BOB son who fyi is not RAD
- Felpsy aka lil middle - 4 year old BOTH boy who is RAD and is the cumin in our soup
- Booger - 4 year old BOTH boy, sib to Felpsy, Twin to....
- Princess - 4 year old BOTH girl. Diva,