If you are a single woman, I implore you to stop taking birth control pills or injections.
How could you plan a family while still dating?
Don't you realize that family planning is only for married couples who don't want to have any more children?
Some women take injections every 6 months or a year. What you may not know is that these drugs are only designed to kill your eggs and immobilize your hormones, weakening your circles.
If you trust me, you've observed that your menses haven't been as regular as they used to be since you started taking it.
These drugs can sometimes keep your period from returning to normal for up to 3 to 4 months. You understand what I'm talking about, my dear.
Some of the women I know have been doing this for at least 6 or 10 years.
My darling sister, you are calling yourself into a major Barrenness to come and take over your life in the near future because you are single and in school but prefer going into family planning when you know you are not married.
And by then, your chewing gum partner will have moved on with his new wife and children, leaving you to search for a child from pillar to post.
Make yourself superglued. Even as I write this, millions of unmarried women are undergoing family planning procedures inside their wombs at universities around the world.
Simply because I want to be the campus's most popular girl.
Ladies, save your eggs, womb, fetus, and most importantly, your happiness, since you know what happens when you get married and can't bear a child.
Don't get all up over it. Insofar as I am aware that TRUTH IS BITTER, I have spoken my thoughts.
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