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Brilliant. What do you do when birth control's artificial hormones and anti-depressant regimens obliterate the body's chemistry?
YOU TURN UP THE VOLUME! More hormones.
One of the side effects that you can read about on the label of most hormone based contraceptives is a decrease in sexual appetite in women, which is painfully ironic, considering the nature of the drug and it's presumed use. That a second hormone should then be created, tested and marketed is par for the course. Afterall, it's the least they could do, so that the women can at least feel like they're not getting ripped off for buying their birth control pills.
At what point does it start to simply look like not interfering with the system and needlessly inserting X number of artificial re-checks and re-balances in our bodies is better than the alternative?
I wonder if women will get those nice thick and curly man-like hairs where they rub the testosterone ointment on their shoulders? Better safe than sorry - be sure to do it in a place where people won't see it!