Whenever a woman is considering some form of
contraception, her doctor will immediately offer her a
smorgasbord of options. Of course, the Birth Control
Pill made with a combination of estrogen and progestins will
usually be the first recommendation. But, she could also choose
an implant called Nexplanon®, a tiny, thin rod about the size of
a matchstick that is surgically implanted under the skin of the
upper arm, releasing progestin for up to four years. Or, perhaps,
she would prefer the NuvaRing®, a small, flexible ring containing
estrogen and progestin inserted into the vagina and removed
after three weeks and a new ring inserted one week later.
The choices keep coming. There is always the Depo shot (AKA Depo-Provera),
an injection of progestin that prevents ovulation for up to three
months. For women who prefer something other than the Pill or
inserted devices, there is the Xulane® Patch (which replaced the Ortho Evra birth control patch now only available in Europe and Canada). The transdermal patch sticks to the body and releases synthetic estrogen and progestin hormones directly through the skin. It works mainly by preventing the release of an egg (ovulation) during your menstrual cycle. A new patch is used each week for three weeks and a week with no patch (during your period).
A Little Secret About All Hormonal Contraceptives
The two main ingredients in hormonal contraceptives are
either a combination of estrogen and progestin (a synthetic
form of the natural hormone progesterone) or progestin-only
contraceptives. There are well-noted "minor" side-effects
experienced by many women that include breast tenderness,
weight gain, skin and acne issues, hair loss, increased facial
hair growth, nausea, nutrient depletion, mood swings, vaginitis,
varicose veins and decreased libido.
Major mood changes including depression, anxiety,
irritation, and angry outbursts are commonly experienced. A
study published in JAMA Psychiatry found that women using
hormonal contraception faced a 23 percent greater incidence of
developing depression and greater use of antidepressants than
women who did not use the drugs. Among teens using these
contraceptives, that rate nearly doubled.
However, there are even more serious problems. The
hormonal combinations increase the risk of blood clots, strokes,
heart attacks, migraines, high blood pressure, gall bladder
disease, benign liver tumors, decreased bone density, infertility
and yeast overgrowth. They alter the vaginal environment
making it more hospitable to sexually transmitted diseases.
Birth control pills adversely affect the beneficial microbiome
in the intestines, which means a women is more susceptible
to yeast overgrowth, has lower immunity and more frequent
Using hormonal contraceptives is playing Russian roulette
with your health. These hormone combinations increase the
levels of clotting factors and are responsible for a three-to four-fold
increase in the incidence of blood clots. The FDA warns that
the patch version poses an even greater risk because the level
of estrogen absorbed from the patch is 60 percent more than
the amount delivered by the pills. A blood clot can occur in a leg
(deep vein thrombosis) or in the lung (pulmonary embolism) and can lead to death.
The most alarming, yet least known, problem is the fact
that estrogen and progestin can cause cancer. Both the World
Health Organization's cancer agency, the International Agency
for Research on Cancer and the National Toxicology Program
have listed estrogens and progestins as known human
carcinogens. What this means is that taking any of the hormonal
contraceptive choices will increase the risk of developing breast,
cervical, uterine, ovarian, or liver cancers. And, the younger the
age of a woman when she begins using them, the greater her
Modern women are caught in a terrible dilemma. While
they want to control their fertility, they don't want to have to
gamble with their health.
Smart Women's Choice Vaginal Gel—A Revolution In
Totally Effective, Totally Safe Contraceptives.
There is really good news for women! Thanks to the passion
and dedication of one woman to save women's lives, there is
now an alternative to the dangerous hormonal contraceptives:
Smart Women's Choice. SWC is a vaginal gel that contains
no hormones and no spermicides; it is proven 100 percent
effective, completely safe and causes no harmful side effects
Françoise Farron, PhD, an outstanding biochemist, earned
her degree from New Your University Medical School and
went on to work at Harvard Medical School, studying control
mechanisms of cell growth, as part of a larger program designed to understand the phenomenon of uncontrolled growth in
Francoise knew of the contraceptive formula since her own
reproductive years; she used it and it worked for her. But she was
not going to abandon her fascinating and successful studies
at Harvard to go into the birth control business—until tragedy
struck. Her friend's daughter suddenly died from a blood clot
while using the NuvaRing®. At that juncture, Francoise felt a
personal obligation to bring her discovery of a safe contraceptive
to market, to make it available to all women who wanted to avail
themselves of its unique advantages.
Smart Women's Choice, is a novel approach to effective
protection from unwanted pregnancies and works in an entirely
different way from hormone-based birth control methods.
In order for fertilization to occur, the sperm must travel
from the vagina, were it is deposited during intercourse, up the
fallopian tubes to merge with an egg that has been released by
the ovaries. But Smart Women's Choice completely immobilizes
the sperm in the vagina, within seconds; therefore the sperm
cannot make the journey from the vagina into the fallopian tubes
and thus, never encounters the egg; so fertilization cannot and
does not take place.
No fertilization = No pregnancy
Since SWC does not alter or affect a woman's hormonal system,
there are no harmful side-effects. Smart Women's Choice is a
simple solution to prevent fertilization; it's amazing that no one
has thought of it before. It is unique and effective; a patent has
been filed and is pending.
Where's the proof? Dr. Martin Bastuba, Medical Director
at Male Fertility Specialists and head of one of the foremost
fertility clinics in Southern California, performed a motility test
on sperm samples to study the effectiveness of Smart Women's
Choice on the motility of spermatozoa.
The results presented in the accompanying table show
unequivocally that SWC vaginal gel immobilizes sperm
completely at all dilutions. If spermatozoa are totally
immobilized in the vagina and, thus, unable to travel up the
fallopian tubes fertilization cannot and does not occur.
Conclusion: The results presented in the table above show
unequivocally that SWC does agglutinate sperm to varying
degrees, and immobilizes sperm completely at all dilutions. If
sperm is immobilized and thus cannot travel up the fallopian
tubes fertilization cannot occur.
Women around the world who have decided to use
Smart Women's Choice are delighted with its effectiveness in
preventing unwanted pregnancies and a total absence of ill side
Smart Women's Choice has been selling for over three years with a terrific track record.
More than 1,500 women have been using SWC with no pregnancies reported so far.
Pharmacist, nutritionist and author, Ross Pelton, RPh, CCN
recommends Smart Women's Choice. "I have been a long-time
supporter of women's health issues. One of my concerns is the
side effects caused by birth control pills. Consequently, I authored
'The Pill Problem,' which teaches women how to prevent the
side effects from birth control pills. A safe form of contraception
for women would be of tremendous worldwide health benefit
to women (and their spouses if women are avoiding the side
effects of BC pills & IUDs). I am happy to report that a safe form
of contraception for women has been developed. It is named
Smart Women's Choice. It works by causing the entire ejaculate
to coagulate. Thus, the sperm are prevented from traveling up
the fallopian tubes where fertilization takes place. The coagulate
exits the vagina at the end of the intercourse and then rinse with
water. It is easy and pleasant to use."
How To Use Smart Women's Choice
Using it is as simple as one, two, three!
Step 1: Squeeze approximately one inch of Smart Women's Choice birth control gel onto your middle finger.
Step 2: Insert into the vagina immediately before having sex. It helps lubricate for comfort, too. If you have sex repeatedly in short succession, you have to reapply SWC every time.
Step 3: After completion, just rinse with water to restore the vagina to its normal acidity.
Women Deserve a Safe, Non-Hormonal Alternative!
Ever since the Pill was first released in 1960, it has been
fraught with serious side effects. Some of them have even
been fatal. Women were forced to make the difficult decision,
Use the Pill or some other hormone-based contraception
and take your chances with the many uncomfortable side-effects
and potentially dangerous consequences or risk an
unwanted pregnancy. It has taken almost 60 years to find a
truly safe natural contraceptive. Dr. Francoise Farron, a fiercely
determined woman, has been passionate about her mission
to save the lives of women worldwide. After years of research,
she has succeeded in bringing her vision of a truly safe and
effective, non-hormonal contraceptive solution, called Smart
Women's Choice, into the world. As usual, it takes a woman! To
learn more go to smartwomenschoice.com.