Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! You might be feeling a combination of anxiety and happiness as you prepare for one of the most memorable days of your life.
To deal with all these changes, you’ll need some support — and not just from your bridesmaids and partner. I’m talking about birth control — birth control can be your best friend on your wedding day!
How Birth Control Can Help On Your Special Day
- Stabilizes Hormones/Mood Swings
- On your wedding day, things may start … acting up. But DON’T PANIC — the expert birth control doctors at Pandia Health have got your back with free birth control delivery! Because, during your monthly cycle, your progesterone and estrogen levels fluctuate which may lead to PMS (premenstrual syndrome); luckily, taking oral contraceptives can get rid of hormone swings. And, even if you’re not on your period on your wedding day (Pandia Health’s doctors can help you make that happen), your emotions will probably still be all over the place! So it’s good to use hormonal birth control to help regulate all those feels 😉
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- Decreases Acne
- Although you may be wearing makeup on your wedding day, that foundation can only cover up so many zits! Decrease your wedding day pimple risk by starting birth control today!
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- Lowers Anxiety
- During your period, hormones like estrogen are constantly changing; estrogen raises your serotonin levels of the neurotransmitter which typically increases your emotional well-being. However, too much serotonin can actually lead to anxiety, which is why it is good to be on birth control as it helps even out your hormone levels.
- Plus, some women experience “pill anxiety,” or the fear of running out of birth control and the stress of having to run to the pharmacy each month to get their birth control. Those with uteruses who choose the birth control pill, patch, or ring may also be anxious from having to remember to take the medication at the correct time. Pandia Health takes care of this by providing FREE delivery and automatic refills and reminders — I mean, why would you want additional anxiety on your wedding day right?!
Sign up for Pandia today to get #PandiaPeaceofMind from the most trusted provider for birth control delivery! Toss that anxiety like a bouquet of flowers — hopefully whoever catches it next won’t experience any anxiety either!
Benefits of birth control on your wedding day
- Avoid Bloat on your Wedding day
- If you put 50 women on the birth control pill and 50 women not on the pill, the 50 women on the pill will weigh on average 1 pound less. This is because those on the pill do not bloat up and down and those NOT on the pill do bloat up and down. Various birth controls affect women differently — because all of our bodies are unique and individual! So, When you begin taking birth control, you may experience a shift in weight. If you have a vision for your perfect body — whatever that means to you — for your wedding day, check with a doctor to see which option works best for you!
- Ensures Your Wedding Dress Stays White
- Even if you or your partner are wearing a non-traditional, non-white wedding dress, you probably want to prevent it from getting ruined in any way — no food stains, unexpected tears, or period blood should taint your special outfit! How to prevent this? One way is by taking birth control! Depending on the method you choose, you can turn off or minimize your period! If you’re on the pill or ring, you can simply skip over the sugar pills or ring-free week to avoid getting it all together.
- Prevents Pregnancy
- The most obvious purpose of birth control is pregnancy prevention! The pill works by fertilization while the hormones in the pill stop ovulation. If you are not planning on being pregnant on your wedding day, it’s a good idea to begin birth control as soon as possible especially if you and your partner are sexually active.
Congratulations to all the future spouses out there! Hope your day is filled with love, laughter, and birth control 🙂
The above information is for general informational purposes only and is NOT a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the advice of your doctor/primary care provider before starting or changing treatment.
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