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Check out this video that explains how the pill is abortifacient (i.e., how it can kill your preborn baby without you even knowing):

During any discussion of the birth control pill, it is important to keep in mind that scientists have confirmed that at the moment the sperm and the egg join (fertilization), a new human being is created who is completely different from his/her mother.

The birth control pill works in three ways:

1. It can prevent the release of an egg from the ovary (ovulation). However, while using the pill, women can and do experience breakthrough ovulation - meaning that an egg is released from the ovary and is available to be fertilized by the sperm.

2. It also causes the cervical mucus to thicken, making it difficult for the sperm to reach the egg. It is possible, though, for the sperm to break through the mucus and to fertilize the egg.

3. It also changes the lining of the uterus. This makes it difficult, if not impossible, for the five- to seven-day-old baby to attach to the lining, where he/she would receive the nourishment needed to grow. If the baby does not successfully attach to the lining, he/she dies and is expelled from the body during menstruation. This process is known as a chemical abortion. The fact that it can occur as a result of taking birth control pills is why the pill is referred to as an abortifacient.

Get an informative Birth Control Pills' brochure here. The brochure Birth control pills: How they work is available from American Life League's Resource Department:


Physicians' Desk Reference, 58th ed. (Montvale, NJ: Thomson PDR, 2004).
John Wilks, A Consumer's Guide to the Pill and Other Drugs, 3rd ed. (Mandaluyong, Philippines: National Book Store, Inc., 2000).