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Re: RH Bill, Anti or Pro?
« Reply #45 on: September 26, 2012, 08:12:04 pm »

I am PRO RH Bill - pinakamabisang solusyon ang edukasyon. Dapat alam at naiintindihan ng mga kabataan ang mga pinagdadaan nila.

I have a 15 year old cousin na nabuntis (kasabay ko pa and 29yo naman ako nun). When asked ano nangyari di naman daw niya ineexpect na mabubuntis sya if done once. May mga 'positions' din daw na sinabi BF niya (who was 21 then) na HINDE daw siya mabubuntis. She was already 4mos pregnant when nalaman ng family niya kase nilalagnat na at akala may UTI lang. Complication na pala sa pregnancy and she was admitted due to possible abortion. When asked why hinde sya nagsasalita, hinde daw niya alam ano ang signs ng pagbubuntis - mga changes na pwede sana magbigay ng clue sa kanya na dapat na siya magsabi sa parents niya. Akala niya normal lang yung mga nararamdaman niya. Akala niya maysakit sya kaya kung ano anong over the counter meds and iniinom for lagnat and body pains. In short, nanganib ang buhay niya and ng baby niya.

She's now 16yo and my niece just turned 1 last September 9. I couldn't stop thinking kung ano pwedeng nangyari just because she wasn't properly informed and educated.
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RH BILL
« Reply #46 on: December 14, 2012, 08:56:40 pm »

mga mommies just want to know your comments, opinions, even violent reactions about RH BILL, what if maipasa na ito??
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Re: RH BILL
« Reply #47 on: December 15, 2012, 06:56:49 am »

Kapag naipasa na at naging batas ang RH Bill, may pagtatapunan na ng nakamamatay na contraceptives ang mga multnational companies tulad ng Bayer.

"U.S. health regulators in April added warnings to the labels on the popular class of birth control pills that includes Bayer's Yaz and Yasmin, to show they may raise the risk of blood clots.

Bayer said on Tuesday it had so far agreed to pay a combined $750 million to settle 3,490 legal claims that Yasmin caused blood clots, and such injuries are alleged in a further 3,800 pending cases."


Patapon na kasi ang mga contraceptives, dahil wala nang bibili. Matapos na mapatunayan na nakamamatay ang kanilang artificial birth control drugs...at nalugi sila sa libo-libong nagsampa ng kaso...magi-invest na lang sila sa mas lower ang risk...tulad ng vitamins.

"Many pharmaceutical companies are keen to expand in non-prescription drugs as a steadier, albeit less profitable, counterweight to prescription medicines, where there are risks of, for example, clinical trial failures and patent expiries."

Source: REUTERS: Germany's Bayer is to buy U.S. vitamins maker Schiff Nutrition International...
http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/10/30/us-bayer-schiff-idUSBRE89T09P20121030

Sa pamamagitan ng RH Bill, bibili ang gobyerno natin ng maramihan, milyones/bilyones na halaga ng contraceptives.  Ipapamudmud ng libre sa mahihirap...matutuwa sila at mahihiyang magreklamo.  Kung ikamatay ang paggamit nito, di agad mapapansin...kasi inunahan na tayo ng brainwashing sa mandatory sex education...pinapaniwala na tayo na safe at well-informed tayo.  Gustuhin man nating magreklamo at lumaban...hindi natin kaya...kasi mahirap lang tayo.  Di rin tayo matutulungan ng mga Non-Government Organizations...kasi ang pondo nila ay galing sa mga gumagawa ng contraceptives.

Tahimik na mamamatay ang mga buhay na sanggol na nabuhay ng ilang araw dahil sa low dose na modern contraceptive...na nalalaglag dahil sa pagpapatuyo ng kemikal sa matris.

Tahimik na mamamatay sa blood clots, heart attack at cancer ang mga gumagamit ng pills at iba pang contraceptive.

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Napansn nyo ba ang English ng news article ng Reuters?  Carry nyo ba ang level?  Hirap ma-gets ano.  Ako paulit-ulit kong binasa.  Ang mas nakakarating sa atin at mas gets natin na news/information ay yung galing sa popular media (na madalas ay kumikita rin o kikita pa lang sa business/pera na dala contraceptives industry
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Re: RH Bill, Anti or Pro?
« Reply #48 on: December 15, 2012, 08:51:09 am »

Same topic merged
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Re: RH Bill, Anti or Pro?
« Reply #49 on: February 09, 2013, 12:51:27 am »


Now that the hotly-debated RH Bill has been ratified, itís time to become familiar with this new law.
By Atty. Nikki JimenoUnderstanding the RH Law in 6 Questions
http://www.smartparenting.com.ph/mom-dad/mom-dad-health/understanding-the-reproductive-health-law/page/1
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