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Caution, Ladies: Studies Show the Birth Control Pill Will Make You Fat

Amy Schumer, a pro-abortion advocate and an advocate for state-paid birth control pills.

The primary reason why women shouldn’t take the ‘birth control pill’ is that it often fails to prevent fertilization (some reports indicate as much as a third fo the time), and then ‘works’ by preventing implantation, thus killing a conceived child. There might be another good reason not to take the baby-snuffing pharmaceuticals, however…it could make you a fatty.

Maybe putting on extra pounds would keep women, already undeterred by the abortifacient qualities of the pill, to not take the hormone-twisting baby-killer tablets. If not deterred by the inadvertent death of their babies, maybe they’ll be undeterred by putting on weight.

According to a study by the University of Navarre in Spain, which included 5,000 women over the course of eight years, its Center for Research on Obesity and Nutrition (Ciberobn) published their findings in the International Journal of Obesity and found that women who take the infamous pill are more likely to get fat.

The study is entitled “Oral contraceptives use and development of obesity in a Mediterranean cohort.

The research demonstrates that women who take the birth control pill for two or more years will lead to an increase of 78% likelihood of obesity.

The scientific and medical study stated plainly, “The use of oral contraceptives (OC) has been suggested to represent a potential risk factor for the development of obesity.

As LifeSiteNews reports, “Previous studies have indicated links between oral contraceptive use and debilitating or deadly blood clots. Oral contraceptive pills can cause elevated levels of cholesterol, migraine headaches, high blood pressure, various forms of cardiovascular disease, and cancer. According to the National Cancer Institute, women who have used oral contraceptives are at a slightly higher risk for breast cancer. The government agency noted that women who have used oral contraceptives are also at a higher risk of endometrial and cervical cancer.”

To vain women willing to inject themselves with unhealthy chemicals to avoid a baby bump, maybe the thought of developing a muffin top will dissuade them.