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How Birth Control Can Cause UTIs

During the 1950s, the Roman Catholic Church found itself amidst controversy over oral contraceptives. Despite the remonstrance approach by the Pope, men and women found themselves pleased by the ability of oral contraceptives to prevent pregnancy.
 
The pill allowed men to enjoy the warmth of a woman without the irksome feeling of a condom, while women no longer had to be as concerned about pregnancy as before. Birth control may have allowed both men and women to enjoy sex without the added anxiety about becoming pregnant, but oral contraceptives are also the main cause of Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs).
 
Birth control pills can affect various hormones and disrupt hormonal regulations. Researches have shown that some birth control pills can reduce estrogen level dramatically. Estrogen helps keep vaginal tissue healthy by maintaining normal vaginal lubrication, tissue elasticity, and acidity. When estrogen levels drop, vaginal abrasion and dryness increase, damaging tissue and leaving women with irritation.
 
Because most birth control pills suppress the enzymes prostaglandin E1 and E3, the urethral tract, vaginal canal, and cervix become easily irritated. When the urethral or bladder immune systems are suppressed, a UTI occurs. Suppressed immune systems see an influx of the inflammatory hormone prostaglandin E2, which ignites UTI.
 
Women who take birth control pills often can see chronic UTI and yeast infections form. The reason: high levels of prostaglandin E2 are produced, inflaming the vaginal canal, cervix and urethral tract. Antibiotics may cause the pain to subside, but incessant consumption of birth control pills will only cause the problem to return.
 
Women with chronic UTI and yeast infection problems should refrain from taking birth control for a few weeks. In addition, women may want to the Vaginal Infection Relief & Detoxification Formula to help reduce the production of prostaglandin E2.

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