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Is It Safe? What You Should Know About Your Birth Control (Video)

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Is It Safe? What You Should Know About Your Birth Control (Video)


After successfully championing the causes of women’s reproductive issues such as Fibroids, PCOS, Infertility and other reproductive disorders, Coach Gessie and Electric Docs Dr. Amun and Dr. Amsu launched the #KILLTHEPILL campaign to educate and empower to women about The Birth Control Pill—#1 culprit of all these issues—recently on “The Breakfast Club.” (Watch the full interview at TheDeToxNow.com/KillThePill.)

On Wednesday, October 24th they joined us for a special BlackDoctor.org FB Live #KILLTHEPILL Q&A to discuss the dangers of the Birth Control Pill, contraception options, their new All-Natural HerBalance Hormone Stabilizer and more.

11.5 Million Women and Girls in the U.S. use the #BIRTHCONTROLPILL but 35% of them…

Please read original article Is It Safe? What You Should Know About Your Birth Control (Video) posted on Healthy Black Girls on 29 October 2018 | 5:44 pm —

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