According to researchers from Leeds even moderate drinking during the earliest months of pregnancy may be damaging to the unborn kids. Their study is the latest in a long debate over whether it is safe to drink at all during pregnancy.The findings, published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, suggest the chances of premature birth increased due to moderate to heavy drinking during early stages of pregnancy.The NHS recommends people avoid alcohol during pregnancy or when trying to conceive. But says if people choose to drink, then they should not have more than two units of alcohol (about one pint) twice a week.Source.
The birth control pill is one of the most effective methods of contraception one can choose. If used properly, it is up to 99-percent effective and, unlike some other methods of birth control, its effect is reversible, allowing to become pregnant again whenever wished. All birth control pills use hormones to interrupt the body's natural cycle of ovulation.