Entertainment Bella Thorne refuses to take birth control pills

22:46  20 april  2017
22:46  20 april  2017 Source:   covermg.com

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The birth control pill is the most popular form of contraception for American women but, unfortunately, the pill ’s effectiveness heavily depends on how it’s taken . Doctors urge that women make it a habit to take the pill at the same time every day, but why is this even a rule

Yes. Although birth control pills have a high success rate, they can fail and you can get pregnant while on the pill . Certain factors increase your risk of getting pregnant, even if you’ re on birth control .

Actress Bella Thorne refuses to pop pills to stop a headache or prevent pregnancy.

The Blended star insists she's "all natural" when it comes to medicine.

"In my family, we never went to doctors growing up," the 19-year-old tells Yahoo. "I don't like medication. I don't even take birth control. I won't even take Advil or Tylenol. I power through. I'm all natural."

In her latest candid interview, bisexual Bella also addresses her dating dilemmas, days after confessing she's single and lonely at times on social media.

She tells Yahoo she has a problem seeking out boyfriends and girlfriends - because many suitors hate the idea of being involved in a very public romance.

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Progestin-only birth control pills , sometimes called “mini- pills ,” have several effects in the body that help prevent pregnancy: • The mucus in the cervix thickens, making it difficult for sperm to enter the uterus and fertilize an egg. •

Bella Thorne at Yahoo Studios, New York City, NY. (Photo: Casey Hollister for Yahoo Style). I don’t even take birth control . I won’t even take Advil or Tylenol. I power through. And that’s also impacted her dating life, with some would-be love interests refusing to be part of her highly-public existence

"I've dated people who are like, 'I don't want people to know my life'," she explains. "It ended up becoming a problem... I Snapchat my life, and you knew who I was before you dated me. You have to accept me."

And she also backtracks on her recent depression confession after fans attacked her for talking about the blues without a proper diagnosis.

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The actress took to Twitter earlier this month (Apr17) and confessed to her fans she was suffering from mental health issues in a post, in which she wrote, "Came to the conclusion that I struggle with depression you aren't alone (sic)."

Some followers accused her of casually using the term depression without receiving an official diagnosis, prompting Bella to take down her post.

"I took it down because maybe some people were hurt by what I said in some way," she explains. "I just wanted to say, 'You're not alone'. The people you think have the most perfect lives, don't. I wasn't saying that I clinically went to a doctor. I didn't know it was a big thing. You can judge me for believing my beliefs."

Prince's home filled with narcotic medications at time of death .
Police officers searching Prince's home after his death found a huge stash of narcotic medications, according to newly released search warrants. Court documents released by Minnesota authorities on Monday (17Apr17) show that the police officers who responded to the scene after the singer's death at his Paisley Park mansion on 21 April last year (16) found "numerous" pills in his bedroom and other areas of his home. However, the medications were not prescribed to the musician under his own name. One search warrant document reads, "During the search warrant of Prince's home, detectives located numerous narcotic controlled substance pills in various containers and areas of Prince's bedroom, some of which were in a suitcase with the nametag of 'Peter Bravestrong'." Inside the suitcase were several bottles with prescriptions in the name of Kirk Johnson, Prince's bodyguard. The court papers state that officers believe 'Peter Bravestrong' to be an alias of Prince, and also found papers with the lyrics to his 1987 track U Got The Look in the suitcase. The official cause of the 57-year-old's death was an overdose of the opioid Fentanyl. The search warrants also indicate that investigators believe the music superstar had a history of going through withdrawal symptoms as a result of prescription medication abuse. Other information included in the documents indicates that cops learned from Prince's associates that he never used a mobile phone and preferred to communicate via email. No one has yet been arrested in connection with Prince's death.

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