Duh: Birth-control pill linked to male infertility


The birth-control pill is causing “devastating” environmental damage and plays a role in rising male infertility rates, said the Vatican newspaper, L’Osservatore Romano.

“We have sufficient evidence to argue that one of the considerable factors contributing to male infertility in the West — with its ever decreasing numbers of spermatozoa in men — is environmental pollution caused by the byproducts of the pill” released in human waste, the article said.

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Just one more emerging negative side-effect of our working so drastically against nature and God.

We’ve had all kinds of environmental and health concerns about all of the artificial hormones in milk, beef, and all kinds of other food.  Funny how there isn’t near as many quite as willing to speak out against The Pill!  And it seems that it may even be effecting those of us who don’t even use it (it’s in the drinking water).

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Angela Santana October 6, 2009 at 10:42 pm

This is why I’m quite P.O.ed (no offense meant) at people using the pill. Why should I be affected through the environment because you take the pill? So lame!

Ash December 12, 2009 at 8:56 pm

I took the pill for a while, because a doctor told me it was safe and would help with a problem I was having. I took it, and nearly died. Good times. The pill sucks.

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