Contraception: Is It Okay For Me To Leave It Behind After All?

The short answer is yes and no. I do not have a Pituitary Gland. Perhaps you are like me and you read my blog or listened to Abby Johnson or someone else and thought, “I don’t want to abort my future children!” This is for you.

My doctor gave me some information that has helped me, and I am going to do some research on my own to help everyone understand all the implications. This is what this blog is all about. During this blog, stay in an attitude of prayer, and consult your doctor. Something I forgot to mention in the past is that this is only for information purposes, not medical advice. Even those podcasts that have medical professionals should have a disclaimer saying such because if you need the thing that someone says is bad or do research (like I did), you will need an expert oppinion. I am not throwing anyone under the bus, because I agree that Birth Control is an abortifacient. It has been proven that Margaret Sanger had evil motives in creating this pill. However, as we will see on this journey, if you don’t have a pituitary gland, you will need some form of Hormone replacement treatment that helps the Ovary give Estrogen. I’m getting ahead of myself, but let’s begin.

The Makeup And Function Of The Pituitary Gland

In Everything You Need To Know About The Pituitary Gland, you will see that the Pituitary Gland helps the Ovaries produce Estrogen. It also helps with Growth Hormones, your Thyroid, Oxycotin Hormones etc. I can’t remember everything, but please refer to the link above. This goes on to dearail the different disorders of the Pituitary (please read the list because if you have one of the disorders and you are considering quiting Contraception, you might want to consult your doctor (really, you need to anyway prayerfully. I understand your reasoning for quiting, but if you consult the Lord who ultimately wrote the Bible and wants to save the babies more than us, plus your physician, you won’t go wrong). Now, let’s look at Contraception.

Everything You Need To Knowledge About Contraception: What It Does, How It Works

I want to cite a detailed article concerning Estrogen Contraception. This article tells us the same things that my doctor said today: These Contraceptives help with Bone density. It also details the risks that a patient has in taking these, but it says that although the risks increased generally, they are very low for the individual patient. This is an abortifacient as even this article shows, but, if you are missing the Pituitary Gland, your doctor will need to put you on something for you to even ovulate.

Should I Worry About Side Effects?

In the blog that I wrote about Contraception, I show a Podcast where at the beginning, Abby Johnson tells of a brain tumor she received from the Contraceptive Shot (I can’t remember neither the name of the shot nor the name of the tumor). I now want to discuss with you this question: Should I be concerned about the Side Effects of the medication? In other words, how many people are truly effected by the medication before the medical researchers call it a “side effect?” In this article, there are tuns of factors that play into whether or not you would experience side effects with the medicine you are taking. They also tell us that medical researchers call a complication with a certain medication a “side effect,” when 1% of the patients taking the drug experience this effect. So, should you worry? The answer is this: If you are experiencing concerning side effects (read the article above), talk to your doctor immediately. Don’t self-medicate.


As we have discussed, Contraceptives are abortifacients, but if you are not planning on having children in the near future and need to take the medication, you have no need to worry. The Lord knows that you are sincere about not wanting to abort children. He knows that you are not wanting to compromise in your eferts (and this is not just flattery like that of Planned Parenthood when they would send a woman in to get her abortion). If you disagree with me, ask Him.

We have also reviewed the help contraception can do when one cannot produce Estrogen, and how that we don’t even need to worry about having side effects. I will tell you what my Grandpa has many times told me: Find a trustworthy doctor. If you find something concerning in your research, run it by him or her, ask them their medical advice and go from there. You may not agree with their medical advice, but use prayer and consult your Doctor. The Lord ultimately knows your needs, so if you are concerned the day before that the doctor may tell you something that is against your conscience, consult the Great Physician the day before and ask Him to put the words in your doctor’s mouth. All I did was surrender my leaving Contraceptives behind. I gave God an inch, so to speak and He graciously took a mile, and I’m thankful He did.

Please write your comments below as to how this has helped you. I understand that those that believe that taking Contraception is wrong, but I hope that this helps us understand everything–that those deficient of hormones do not have to worry about side effects and anything else that concerns them. God bless!

By Patelin Cogswell

My name is Patelin Cogswell. I was born on September 24, 1998. I was born in Oklahoma City. I went to Oklahoma School for the Blind and graduated in 2017. I am called as a Minister of the Gospel and an Intercessor. However, this is not about me. My life is dedicated to making Christ alone. This blog was called because I didn’t want my name on the blog like others do because I feel like it is not me living but Christ living through me.

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