The Treatment Of Birth Control

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According to the United States census, the world population is over 7 billion and a birth occurs every 8 seconds. China leads with well over 1.3 billion people. There are rural areas, in Africa that women have never heard of any form of birth control. In those areas, women have 6 or more children. According to the United nations report (2013), The world 's population is expected to reach 9.6 billion by 2050. There is already a lack of natural global resources. The environment is showing signs of misuse caused by humans. While, reproduction is a part of life and a human right. We as people need to work on preserving our natural resources, for the betterment of our future. And, birth control is a considered method in helping control our population. Birth control is also another way of helping developing countries due to lack of obstetric care, or countries that are disease, and poverty stricken.

The pill allowed women, control not only in their sexual explorations but in society. They had the ability to be more economically stable before having children. With the choice to delay pregnancy, it gives those a choice in how they will live their lives. Some can complete their education, follow their dreams, and start businesses.

Abortion has been a hot topic for awhile, It has become a form of Birth control for many who take the risk of having unprotected sex, yet don 't want the responsibility of a child. Birth control goes beyond moral responsibilities but is also a
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