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I got regular periods.i got one child.further i dont want any kid.what should i do to prevent that.even if i had any sexual relationship durind those days what can i do ?can i use tablets.

- Gayatri

 

 

 

Using tablets will cause in the near future all endocrine disturbances and disorders and your health condition will be disastrous. Any sexual intercourse must have a total fulfillment to the mind and body; and if cause any obstruction to this will have an impact on the mind and brain functional incapacities. Our mind and physical needs will be out of focus and thus all our future will be out of reach. Sex is such an evolved, extraordinary grace from God that must be used so that it will deliver its reward, a goodly reward. If sex is considered as a pleasure thing alone, then there is this future diseases: Obesity, arthritis, thyroid diseases, menstrual disturbances menopausal distresses and so on. So you decide; and seek the protection and help from God. Receive good senses from Him; I feel you can have kids for you are not the one who will care for it; but God will. So have no fear and lead your God Graced life by using it judiciously.

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