I can’t say with certainty that a pregnant woman is going to take a pregnancy test, but I can say with a high degree of certainty that there are plans in place to prevent an abortion if the test shows a positive.
I think this is what the term “plan B” is all about. I think there is a plan in place for you to be free of your baby if you get pregnant, but that plan is not to be one that you can just stick to. So, you might be thinking that there is no plan B, and that if you go ahead and get pregnant you are basically just going to ruin your life, but that is not the case.
There are two plans in place for you to be free of your baby. The first is to have the baby and then get pregnant again. That is called pregnancy with miscarriage, and that is considered a positive test. The second plan is to have the baby and then get pregnant again. That is called pregnancy with adoption, and that is considered a positive test.
The problem is, there are no plans B plans at all. We can’t just go ahead and go for our second pregnancy and then go ahead and have a baby with no plans, so there really is only one plan that we can try. And that is we have to conceive a second pregnancy. By that I mean we have to go through all the steps of pregnancy.
We are told that the plan B pills are there to keep the pregnancy from going into the “good” category and only in the good category. These pills are also designed to stop the baby’s heart from beating so that it won’t have a chance to grow or develop. So we have to be careful to take the pills in the right order (i.e. that the first pill is taken in the first hour, the second pill in the second hour, etc.
There’s a lot of talk about the right timing of taking the pills. Because they are designed to stop a baby from getting pregnant, doctors actually recommend taking them just at the right time. So if you do take them too late, you run the risk that your baby will not be able to get pregnant when it does. The problem is that the pills are only supposed to work for one hour after you take them.
That’s one way to interpret this quote from the CDC’s website: “As a woman ages, her hormones change, her ability to conceive decreases, and her ability to carry a pregnancy to term may be affected.” The reason I bring this up is because it seems like the same thing is happening to some pregnant women. They take the first pill in the morning, take the second pill mid-afternoon, and so forth.
I find that one of the reasons I have a hard time finding people that care about the health of our precious unborn kids is that I usually get a lot of people who are not so dedicated to the health of our future children. I’m not sure why this is, but I don’t think most people are as concerned about the health of our children as they are about our grandchildren, so I would agree with that statement.
Like most women, I don’t have a favorite pill that I take for breakfast. It’s just one of those things. But I do think that most women need to find a way to ease back into taking pills. If you’re a regular user of Plan B, you should consider starting over with something else in the future.
Plan B is just one of the many, many types of birth control options. Pill, IUD, condoms, and tubal ligation are all possible options. Some women have a very difficult time getting pregnant, but it’s definitely worth it to try all of them. For many women, it feels as if there’s no going back. It’s a really emotional decision whether to continue to use it or not, and it can definitely make a big difference in your decision to become a parent.