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--Homosexuals and Lesbians and "WHY" they have a harder Choice to make to keep from leading the Life they may have chosen to lead !--
 
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--Homosexuals and Lesbians and "WHY" they have a harder Choice to make to keep from leading the Life they may have chosen to lead !--


Hi Ya'll

As my earlier post about Sex being Best between a Male and a Female and that this is how it is supposed to be, and the hugh response it got, now I feel more info needs to be shared to help Clarify some issues !

When mothers were subjected to DES or any of it's forms of Hormones , either by direct injection or by choosing to eat foods which had been grown with these Hormones added, as a profit for the growers of Chickens or Beef or Sheep, then the children who were born from mothers subjected with these extra Hormones and then themself continued to eat these Hormone raised meats, may have gotten to much of these Hormones !

And because of this problem there is an increasing whole Generation of young people who do not know how to make the proper choice between "IF" they are a Male or a Female !

Here is a link about DES and it's many Different names and some of the problems associated with it :

DES (diethylstilbestrol) is a synthetic estrogen drug that was given to millions of pregnant women primarily from 1938-1971. Use of DES during pregnancy was thought to prevent miscarriage and ensure a healthy pregnancy. DES did not work, and women who took DES and the children they carried are at risk for certain health problems and may need special care. Find out if you were exposed to DES and if you were, tell your doctor.

Find Out If You Were Exposed to DES
There may be no obvious signs of DES exposure. If you were born between 1938 and 1971, ask your mother (or other relatives who might know her pregnancy history) if she took any medications during her pregnancy, or if she had any problems such as bleeding, miscarriage, premature birth, or diabetes. Find out if you or your mother can get her medical records to see if she took DES. For information on how to do so, contact DES Action at desaction@columbus.rr.com or 1-800-DES-9288.

If you took DES while you were pregnant, tell your children about their DES exposure. Even if these children have not had health problems, they need to know about DES so they can get the health care they may need now or in the future.

Following are some names under which DES and other Nonsteroidal Estrogens have been sold in the United States (some of these drugs do not contain DES, but, like DES, are nonsteroidal estrogen drugs and may have similar effects):

Nonsteroidal Estrogens
Benzestrol
Chlorotrianisene
Comestrol
Cyren A.
Cyren B.
Delvinal
DES
DesPlex
Dibestil
Diestryl
Dienestrol
Dienoestrol
Diethylstilbestrol Dipalmitate
Diethylstilbestrol Diphosphate
Diethylstilbestrol Dipropionate
Diethylstilbenediol
Digestil
Domestrol
Estilben
Estrobene
Estrobene DP
Estrosyn Fonatol
Gynben
Gyneben
Hexestrol
Hexoestrol
Hi-Bestrol
Menocrin
Meprane
Mestilbol
Microest
Mikarol
Mikarol forti
Milestrol
Monomestrol
Neo-Ocstranol I
Neo-Ocstranol 11
Nulabort
Oestrogenine
Oestromenin
Oestromon
Orestol
Pabestrol D. Palestrol
Restrol
Stil-Rol
Stilbal
Stilbestrol
Stilbestronate
Stilbetin
Stilbinol
Stilboestroform
Stilboestrol
Stilboestrol DP
Stilestrate
Stilpalmitate
Stilphostrol
Stilronate
Stilrone
Stils
Synestrin
Synestrol
Synthoestrin
Vallestril
Willestrol
Nonsteroidal Estrogen-Androgen Combinations Nonsteroidal Estrogen-Progesterone
Combination Vaginal Cream
Suppositories
w/Nonsteroidal
Estrogens
Amperone
Di-Erone
Estan
Metystil
Teserene
Tylandril
Tylosterone Progravidium AVC Cream w/Dienestrol
Dienestrol Cream


Health Risks and Care for DES Daughters
Health Risks and Care for DES Sons
Health Risks and Care for Women Who Took DES
Finding the Right Doctor
It is important to see a doctor who knows how to care for DES-exposed individuals. You have a right to question your doctor and seek a second opinion. DES Action has a National Physician Referral List available free of charge. Simply contact DES Action at desaction@columbus.rr.com or 1-800-DES-9288

For More Information
For more detailed information on infertility, pregnancy care, specific structural changes in reproductive organs, and other DES-related health issues, contact DES Action at desaction@columbus.rr.com or 1-800-DES-9288. You may also want to look at our publications and links and resources page and become a member of DES Action so you can stay informed through The DES Action Voice. For a response to an inquiry or to receive information, please include your postal address in your e-mail request to us.

End of link !

As I have more time I may try to cover more on this subject and the many problems which may be associated with it !

Many people have had a Great injustice done to them, which has effected their ability to make the proper choice in Life, as to "IF" they be Male or Female !

These drugs of Hormones may still be widely used in the industry , still today, just under Different names !

Smile Tis your choice.
 

 
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