The pill is one of the methods used for birth control and essentially used for family planning. Considered one of the best methods of prevention, contraception is the pill that prevents pregnancy.

The safety margin of the contraceptive pill is 99%, which makes the contraceptive method the safest of all, though their effectiveness is related to the way women use it, while taking it. The correct use of the pill pack and twenty days is to take pills every day at the same time of day for 21 days followed by a break of seven days.

The pill contains two hormones progesterone and estrogen, which act by inhibiting ovulation and pregnancy.

The contraceptive spread in the 1960s and since its invention, side effects such as swelling, headache, dizziness have been weaknesses.

At first the use of the pill you may experience symptoms such as nausea, headache, breast pain, irregular vaginal bleeding, depression, cease after a few months.

Before taking the pill as a contraceptive method is needed to see a doctor because there are several types and this can only identify the pill has fewer side effects on the body of each woman.

The pill may also be used in the treatment of polycystic ovaries, endometriosis, acne, menstrual cramps, such as premenstrual syndrome and menstrual cramps disorders.