Long-term use of contraceptives is cancerous


This woman shared her heartbreaking story of being a victim of contraceptives.

A Facebook user, Sarah Wilmot, shared a frightening story regarding the use of contraceptives for a long period of time.

Wilmot said she used contraceptive pills, specifically the brand Yasmin, for approximately 12 years and on her first year, she developed an irritable bowel system (IBS.)

She described her digestive system's condition as terrible and toxic. She had digestive problems and the food she was taking wasn't properly broken down leading to weight gain and bloating.

After months, it was her liver that took the toll next and discovered through MRI that she had a benign tumor, hepatic adenoma, caused by the prolonged used of contraceptives.

She said that before taking oral contraceptives, be sure to research first and be aware of many side effects that come along with it.

Wilmot said her condition was not the first case linking oral contraceptives and cancer. She shared her heartbreaking story to help raise awareness as these medications are often used by many women.




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Long-term use of contraceptives is cancerous
This woman shared her heartbreaking story of being a victim of contraceptives.
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