Contraceptive drugs can be dangerous for teenage girls, maybe a victim of depression
During adolescence, adolescent boys and girls do not understand many things. During this time it is not easy to explain to adolescent children. In such a situation, sex, unwanted pregnancy and then taking birth control pills. These are some of the things that cause problems created due to raw age relationships. Now in recent research, it has been found that the use of contraceptive pills in teenage girls is increasing their depression. According to research, during adolescence, adolescent girls use contraceptive pills to avoid unwanted pregnancy after sex. Due to which they have to face a lot of problems.
Dangerous for girls under 16
According to research, the use of contraceptive pills at the age of 16 years or less is constantly increasing. Due to this depression and the drip are steadily increasing in girls of this age. According to research, the use of pills in girls of this age group is characterized by sudden crying, inadequate eating, irregular weight gain, grief, loneliness, guilt, desire for suicide and self-harm.
Many big universities did research
In this research, scientists have told about the effect of taking contraceptive medicines at an early age. This research has been done by 3 major universities Brigham and Women’s Hospital, University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG) and Leiden University Medical Center. During the research, the role of these contraceptive drugs in breast cancer, blood clotting, and weight gain was investigated.
Girls are victims of mood swings
Research shows that for the first time when girls use pills, they start having mood swings. Mood swings are a problem that is considered normal due to hormonal changes in teenage boys and girls. But sometimes using the wrong medicines can also increase this problem. Mood swings usually mean very frequent changes in a person’s behavior and mood. In this research, scientists have studied from the beginning of periods to the age of sexual intercourse and currently oral contraceptive pills.