Myth 1: If a woman has never had contraception before and has not been pregnant, it is likely to be infertile.
Fifty-nine percent of young women believed that they would not be able to reproduce if they had not taken measures before and had never been pregnant. This is a dangerous psychology. Unless there are medical examinations as evidence, we must not jump to conclusions. In addition, those who did not take contraceptive measures had an 85% chance of accidental pregnancy.
Myth 2: Taking contraceptives is more harmful to women’s health than accidental pregnancy.
37% of women said that the health risk of oral contraceptives was greater than that of unwanted pregnancies. Actually not. The health risk of pregnancy is 20 times higher than that of taking contraceptives for one year in a row.