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History of Birth Control
A brief examination of the history of birth control.
# 64101 | 1,587 words | 10 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Feb 26, 2006 in Medical and Health (Drugs) , Women Studies (General)

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This paper examines early forms of birth control used in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. It looks at the disadvantages of these types of methods and the introduction of the modern day pill. It discusses how the pill changed the life of so many women and how birth control today is something that most women take for granted.

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"Probably more important to whether human kind will survive the next millennium, some countries that have had problems with over population have been able to limit their population growth by distributing the pill while legislating smaller families.. This has been most effective in the People Republic of China. To those individuals who believe that the pill destroyed family values. In many ways the research has been instrumental in creating new families. The science that brought women the ability to prevent pregnancy is now able to help infertile women bear children. The study of hormones, cycles and fertility has brought great joy to families who would have been childless."

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