Don’t Be Sceptical; Consult Physicians for Family Planning Option-Hon. Ama Sey to Women

The Member of Parliament for Akwatia Constituency, Hon. Mercy Adu Gyamfi, also known as Ama Sey, has advised women to consult their doctors for a favourable option, if a method of the family planning results in an unpleasant side effect, and should not ignore the method completely.

Reiterating that women are normally scared of the side effects associated with the use of family planning, and are a bit sceptical and reluctant when it comes to it usage.

Symptoms such as weight gain, irregular menstrual bleeding, dizziness and other unpleasant feelings, are some of the possible effects women are exposed to, during application of these family planning pills and injections.

Allaying their fears, She indicated that, if a method of family planning results in unpleasant side effect, women should consult their doctors, since there are lots of options available that might suit them.

Hon. Mercy Adu-Gyamfi made this passionate appeal on the floor of Parliament yesterday July 11, 2018, in her contribution to a statement made by the Member for Ledzokuku Constituency Hon. Dr. Okoe Boye on world population day.

The Akwatia Legislator who’s husband owns a pharmaceutical shop, urged birth giving couples to erase all fears of trying the family planning methods by adopting the method to help reduce the rate of conceptions for a stress free living.

According to Hon. Ama Sey, the number of births one give does not really determine their future security or well-being, but the quantity of care and support you give matters, as prevention they say, is better than cure.


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