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RH Bill

The bill is controversial, as it is being opposed by concerned citizens, especially the pro-life, pro-family
and pro-God groups, regardless of creed or religion. The Roman Catholic Church expresses its opposition
against the bill on many counts, most especially the procurement and distribution of family planning
supplies for the whole country, when the available evidence from peer reviewed medical journals
supports the hypothesis that when ovulation and fertilization occur in women taking oral contraceptives
(OCs) or using intrauterine devices (IUD), post-fertilization effects are operative on occasion to prevent
clinically recognized pregnancy. Hormonal contraceptives and/or IUDs directly affect the endometrium.
These effects have been presumed to render the endometrium relatively inhospitable to implantation or
to the maintenance of the preembryo or embryo prior to clinically recognized pregnancy. These make
pills and IUDS abortifacient.

Pro-life groups, and many professionals in the medical and nursing fields, believe that physicians and
policy makers should understand and respect the beliefs of patients who consider human life to be
present and valuable from the moment of fertilization. Patients should be made fully aware of this
information so that they can consent to or refuse the use of artificial contraceptives.

However, the position of the Catholic Church and the pro-life groups does not mean that they espouse
the attitude of "natalism" at all costs, as if the "number" of children, in itself, were the unmistakable sign
of authentic christian matrimonial life.

What is the reproductive health bill?


The Health Reproductive bill in the Philippines respresents a billthat is passed to have better access to
health in the countryespecially for women and children needing it.

What is reproductive health bill in the Philippines all about?


The Reproductive Health Bill in the Philippines is all about the right to sexual and reproductive health,
gender equality, equity and empowerment of women, universal access to reproductive health care
services, methods, devices and supplies. There are 6 bills pertaining to reproductive health and/or
population management that have been filed for deliberation in both the House of Representatives and
the Senate for the 15 th Congress. The most controversial of these bills is House Bill No. 96 authored by
Rep. Edcel Lagman. House Bill No. 96, also known as the proposed "Reproductive Health and Population
and Development Act of 2010," will cover the following areas: . midwives of skilled attendance .
emergency obstetric care . access to family planning . maternal death review . family planning supplies
as essential medicines . benefits for serious and life-threatening reproductive health conditions . mobile
health care service . mandatory age-appropriate reproductive health and sexuality education .
responsibility of local family planning office and certificate of compliance . capability building of
barangay health workers . ideal family size . employers' responsibilities . multi-media campaign .
implementing mechanisms . reporting requirements . prohibited acts . penalties The bill is controversial,
as it is being opposed by concerned citizens, especially the pro-life, pro-family and pro-God groups,
regardless of creed or religion. The Roman Catholic Church expresses its opposition against the bill on
many counts, most especially the procurement and distribution of family planning supplies for the
whole country, when the available evidence from peer reviewed medical journals supports the
hypothesis that when ovulation and fertilization occur in women taking oral contraceptives (OCs) or
using intrauterine devices (IUD), post-fertilization effects are operative on occasion to prevent clinically
recognized pregnancy. Hormonal contraceptives and/or IUDs directly affect the endometrium. These
effects have been presumed to render the endometrium relatively inhospitable to implantation or to
the maintenance of the preembryo or embryo prior to clinically recognized pregnancy. These make pills
and IUDS abortifacient. Pro-life groups, and many professionals in the medical and nursing fields, believe
that physicians and policy makers should understand and respect the beliefs of patients who consider
human life to be present and valuable from the moment of fertilization. Patients should be made fully
aware of this information so that they can consent to or refuse the use of artificial contraceptives.
However, the position of the Catholic Church and the pro-life groups does not mean that they espouse
the attitude of "natalism" at all costs, as if the "number" of children, in itself, were the unmistakable sign
of authentic christian matrimonial life. The sexual act, properly exercised within marriage only, is
ordained primarily to the propagation of life. If there are reasonable motives for spacing births, such as
serious medical conditions in the mother, or extreme poverty, then the Catholic Church teaches that
married couples may take advantage of the natural cycles of the reproductive system and use their
marriage precisely those times that are infertile (natural family planning). Other aspects of the bill being
contested by concerned citizens include the classification of family planning supplies as essential
medicines when their safety/toxicity profile and legal permissibility are questionable. At the same time,
more importance should be given to the prevalent diseases, the top ten leading causes of morbidity and
mortality in the Philippines, namely, infections such as pneumonia and tuberculosis. Financial resources
allotted by foreign donors to assist the Philippine government programs could actually be better spent
towards pursuing health programs targeting communicable diseases than purchasing artificial
contraceptives. Very pertinent to the debate about reproduction rights is the right to life. The Philippine
Constitution says that the State "shall equally protect the life of the mother and the life of the unborn
from conception. If artificial contraceptives are medically proven to induce abortion as one of their
mechanisms of action, then procurement and distribution of such family planning supplies are
unconstitutional and illegal.
What are the risks and benefits of reproductive health bill for the filipino youth?
I believe that the RH bill can help the filipino youth to prevent over population to the filipino persons.
And it will work depends on how they use about this contraceptive method, but i believe that the most
prevention of over population is to discipline our selves about sexual intercourse.

What are the benefits on proposing the reproductive health bill?

The benefits of proposing the reproductive health bill is more on the proponents of the bill itself rather
than on the Filipino nation. The Global Sexual and Reproductive Health Act of 2010 is being pushed by
the US, especially the Obama administration to control the population of developing countries. The
International Planned Parenthood Federation is behind all this. This is all about eugenics. Read the life of
Margaret Sanger for more details.

What are the disadvantages of reproductive health bill?


THE REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH bill in the House of Representatives is being presented as a health bill and
an antipoverty bill at the same time. It is neither. It is not what its authors say it is; it is everything they
say it is not. It is an ideological attack on human life, the family, and our social and cultural values. The
bill rests on a flawed premise; it is unnecessary, unconstitutional, oppressive of religious belief and
destructive of public morals and family values. Its enactment into law will only deepen the already
frightening ignorance about the real issues. It should be rejected."

What is the advantage and disadvantage of reproductive health bill in the Philippines?

The advantage of Reproductive Health Bill in the Philippines is that hopes to provide midwives for skilled
attendance to childbirth and emergency obstetric care, even in geographically isolated and depressed
areas. Thus, the one of the causes of maternal mortality, that arising from unattended births, will be
addressed. The disadvantage of the Reproductive Health Bill in the Philippines is the undue focus being
given to reproductive health and population and development, when many more urgent and important
health problems need to be addressed in the country, those that cause a significant number of deaths
across the country such as cardiovascular diseases and infections. Financial resources allotted by foreign
donors to assist the Philippine government programs could actually be better spent towards pursuing
health programs targeting communicable diseases than purchasing artificial contraceptives. The
Reproductive Health Bill is controversial, as it is being opposed by concerned citizens, especially the pro-
life, pro-family and pro-God groups, regardless of creed or religion. The Roman Catholic Church
expresses its opposition against the bill on many counts, most especially the procurement and
distribution of family planning supplies for the whole country, when the available evidence from peer
reviewed medical journals supports the hypothesis that when ovulation and fertilization occur in women
taking oral contraceptives (OCs) or using intrauterine devices (IUD), post-fertilization effects are
operative on occasion to prevent clinically recognized pregnancy. Hormonal contraceptives and/or IUDs
directly affect the endometrium. These effects have been presumed to render the endometrium
relatively inhospitable to implantation or to the maintenance of the preembryo or embryo prior to
clinically recognized pregnancy. These make pills and IUDS abortifacient. Pro-life groups, and many
professionals in the medical and nursing fields, believe that physicians and policy makers should
understand and respect the beliefs of patients who consider human life to be present and valuable from
the moment of fertilization. Patients should be made fully aware of this information so that they can
consent to or refuse the use of artificial contraceptives. However, the position of the Catholic Church
and the pro-life groups does not mean that they espouse the attitude of "natalism" at all costs, as if the
"number" of children, in itself, were the unmistakable sign of authentic christian matrimonial life. The
sexual act, properly exercised within marriage only, is ordained primarily to the propagation of life. If
there are reasonable motives for spacing births, such as serious medical conditions in the mother, or
extreme poverty, then the Catholic Church teaches that married couples may take advantage of the
natural cycles of the reproductive system and use their marriage precisely those times that are infertile
(natural family planning). Other aspects of the bill being contested by concerned citizens include the
classification of family planning supplies as essential medicines when their safety/toxicity profile and
legal permissibility are questionable. Very pertinent to the debate about reproduction rights is the right
to life. The Philippine Constitution says that the State "shall equally protect the life of the mother and
the life of the unborn from conception. If artificial contraceptives are medically proven to induce
abortion as one of their mechanisms of action, then procurement and distribution of such family
planning supplies are unconstitutional and illegal.

What Reaction of the people about reproductive health bill?


Dapat hindi ito ipasa dahil may masama itong epekto sa ating kalusugan at against Christ pa yan!

Benefits of reproductive health bill?

it helps a lot of people to plan their family and to control the over population of our country that benifits
our daily needs and to support those persons who could not buy their needed materials.. .

What are components of reproductive health?


Reproductive health care in the context of primary health care should, inter alia , include: family-
planning counselling, information, education, communication and services; education and services for
prenatal care, safe delivery, and post-natal care, especially breast-feeding, infant and women's health
care; prevention and appropriate treatment of infertility; . . . prevention of abortion and the
management of the consequences of abortion; treatment of reproductive tract infections; sexually
transmitted diseases and other reproductive health conditions; and information, education and
counselling, as appropriate, on human sexuality, reproductive health and responsible parenthood.
What are the consequences of excessive reproduction on health?
There can be mean consequences of excessive reproduction andhealth. One is the wearing down of
many of the internal tissues.

What are the importance of reproductive health?


The sexual health is very important especially if you plan in having children. If your reproductive system
is unhealthy, your child could be harmed or born with a disease or disorder.

What is the importance of reproductive health?


it contributes enormously to physical and psychosocial comfort and closeness and to personal and social
maturation to poor reproductive health...

What are the advantages of reproductive health bill of the Philippines?

Some of the advantages of the reproductive health bill of thePhilippines are that it allows for women to
access informationabout birth control and maternal care. In addition, the bill grantswomen the option
for abortion if they choose to have smallerfamilies.

What does reproductive health bill propose?

It proposes sexual and reproductive health. It proposes gender equality, equity and womens' rights.
However, the means being proposed are unconstitutional and smacks of a eugenics agenda of
developed nations against developing nations. Read more about Margaret Sanger and the International
Planned Parenthood Federation for details.

Reaction about Reproductive Health Bill?

It should not be passed in the Congress and in the Senate as a law. It is UNCONSTITUTIONAL! Very
pertinent to the debate about reproductive rights is the primacy of the right to life. The Philippine
Constitution says that the State "shall equally protect the life of the mother and the life of the unborn
from conception." Artificial contraceptives are abortifacient, that is, they prevent the implantation of a
newly conceived baby into the mother's womb, as one of their mechanisms of action.

Why is reproductive health important?

Reproductive health is important because it help us to know about our reproductive parts and take
proper care of our reproductive health.
What is your stand about reproductive health bill?

My stand about the reproductive health bill is AGAINST or I am anti-RH Bill as it is.

Who made the reproductive health bill?


In the Philippines, for the past several years, Mr. Edcel Lagman, has been its staunch proponent. This
year, 2010, there are 6 versions of the bill. Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago is the author of a similar bill
being deliberated upon in the Senate. What many people are not aware of the Global Sexual and
Reproductive Health Act of 2010 being deliberated upon in the US Congress. The provisions of these bills
are more or less the same. with the aim of promoting birth control in developing countries, towards
what end? Eliminate poverty, by eliminating the poor. Read on Margaret Sanger and her words and
writings for details. On March 5th this year, the current US administration lead by Pres. Obama called
for a giveaway of over $715 million for international family planning. It's hard to imagine that much
money, but it's not hard to imagine the damage that it is going to do to the poor of this world. US
Congress responded right away, and on April 22nd, H.R. 5121 was introduced, which, in its current form,
seeks to invigorate and embolden the family planning organizations around the world with the hard-
earned U.S. tax dollar. The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) describes it as a "critical
piece of legislation…" The bill would give the Obama administration its $715,000,000. As what the
Population Research Institute have documented, all these zeroes will add up to a mind-boggling number
of abortions, sterilizations, IUDs, MVAs, oral contraceptives, condoms and more.

What is the importance of womens reproductive health?


the importance of women's reproductive health is to birth a healthy child,, and enjoy a healthy sex......

Sang-ayon ka ba sa Reproductive Health Bill bakit?

Wala naman talaga akong opinyon eh, di rin ako anti o pro RH Bill. Ang akin lang, nasa pagiging
responsable natin ang sagot sa lahat. At hindi kasigaruduhan na solusyon sa lumalagong populasyon ng
Pilipinas ang pagpapatupad ng RH Bill.

Are you pro or against about reproductive health?


reproductive health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well- being and not merely the
absence of disease or infirmity in all matters relating to the reproductive system and to its functions and
processes =objectives of reproductive health= 1. to ensure that the comprehensive and factual,
information and full range of reproductive health-care services,including family planning, are accesible,
affordable, acceptable and non convinient to all users 2. to enable and support responsible, voluntary
decision about child bearing and methods of their choice for regulation of fertility which are not againts
the law and to have the information, education and means to do so. 3. to meet changing reproductive
health needs over the life cycle and to do so in ways sensitive to the diversity of circumstances of local
communities =reproductive health care programs= reproductive health care should be designed to serve
the needs of women, including adolescents and must involves women in the leadership, planning,
decision- making, management, implementation, organization and evaluation of services. government
and other organization should take positive steps to include women at all level in the health care system
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What is the negative side of reproductive health?


To tell you the truth there is no negative side of reproductive health, however culturally at some places
discussions on reproductive health are considered to be culturally and religiously inappropriate as it
gives advanced sexual knowledge to under-aged children

What is the importance of Reproductive Health Bills?

rh bill is where the senate had to pass to bring our nation less population

Is reproductive health bill constitutional or unconstitutional?

Unconstitutional as it would provide for hormonal contraceptives and intrauterine devices (IUDS) which
have been proven to have post-fertilization effects, meaning they cause changes in the lining of the
uterus so that a newly conceived baby cannot implant and thus get "aborted" (this is what is called its
abortifacient effect). Please check wikipedia for details and the Americal Journal of Obstetrics and
Gynecology to verify the truth of this statement.

What is your stand on the reproductive health bill?


My stand is that I DISAGREE and OPPOSE the RH bill. It is not true that it's supposed to help our country
to prevent the increasing population. Overpopulation is a myth. It's just that the population density in
Metro Manila is high, there's overcrowding, so it would appear that there are too many people in the
Philippines. It is not true that the RH bill it will help to lessen the poverty in our country. . •The
process of poverty alleviation starts with making people understand that each of us choose to be victims
or victors. The first step is by far the toughest. Victory over victim-hood does not occur overnight, and
people have to want that personal victory before they can find the will to fight for personal success.
Each person who wants to rise above poverty must have that core belief that we, the people, have the
power to overcome wrongs, injustices, and disasters. The person who wants not to remain poor must
believe that we ultimately have power over ourselves, our lives, and our pursuit of happiness. To be
poor is a consequence of specific behaviors and decisions more than a lack of income. If we really want
anything, we can. But we have to exert effort, sometimes a lot of effort, and for a long time. But
eventually, effort and perseverance pay off. We just have to be patient. .
Are you in favor of reproductive health bill?
No, because it is unconstitutional and the artificial contraceptives to be distributed are not medically
safe. Hormonal contraceptives and intrauterine devices (IUDs) have abortifacient effects and
cardiovascular side effects, among others. There is a short documentary in You Tube on " The Birth
Control Pill and Informed Consent." It's a real eye opener. Do check it out:

What is the important of reproductive health bill?


to help people to be more advance well prepared and to widen up each and every individuals mind
setting about our society now a days.

Reflection about reproductive health bill?


Let's call a spade a spade: the bill promotes population management more than it does reproductive
health. It even mandates the creation of a Commission on Population.. On the basis of RH bill being for
women's health, I AGREE with it. Women need not die in childbirth. Women need to have power over
their bodies and their futures. Women need to be provided with choice. The options ought to be
available and explained, adopted according to their personal beliefs. It is the duty of the government to
provide options, just as it is its role to create opportunities. It is the duty of the churches to propagate
beliefs. Churches can and should disagree with the positions of the government, otherwise, it would not
be serving its function as guardians of the society's morals. Government, particularly democratic ones,
should take time to dialogue with all stakeholders (not just the churches), to ensure that a 'best choice'
is made.. On the fact that the RH bill REQUIRES private companies and doctors to perform/contribute to
providing RH facilities even if it is against their beliefs, I am AGAINST the RH bill. Imposing penalties on
doctors and companies who refuse to provide RH facilities because of their personal beliefs is an
impingement of the right to free religious expression that the the Philippine constitution guarantees.
Just as no one should be required to follow Catholic dogma, no one should be required to follow secular
values either.. On the fact that the RH bill explicitly prohibits abortion (murder), I SUPPORT it. But I am
AGAINST the fact that it does not specify a screening mechanism for the tools that may be propagated
for birth control. There is no provision in the law that says the birth control tools must be SCREENED for
ABORTIFACENTS. Preventing conception (meeting of egg and sperm) and preventing fetal development
(such as preventing implantation) are two very different ways of birth control -- one is not abortion, the
other is.. Note, that in my positions, I have not once used Catholic dogma or the issue of morality as an
argument. To my mind, I do not believe in arguing for a position using beliefs that may not be shared (or
worse, rejected) by others. I know what my moral position is regarding the issue and I will discuss it with
a fellow Catholic who shares my beliefs -- at least we would be arguing using common assumptions. But
to everyone else, bringing Catholic doctrine into the discussion will only cause a divisiveness that isn't
even part of the bill itself. There are enough economic, legal, and political arguments that can be used to
oppose the provisions of the RH bill without getting dragged into a morality debate in which no one
really wins. That said, morally, this is where I stand (a position that I do not necessarily expect others to
share): In our own families, when someone becomes a 'burden' to us, we do NOT try to get rid of the
burden -- by eliminating them or preventing them from having added children who will be a burden.
Instead, we work harder, we tighten our belts, we HELP them. We accept our duty to our poorer family
members and we do what we can to improve their lives. The family is the basic social unit of society. Its
values should flow to the rest of the community. This personal, moral position has nothing to do with
my being Catholic, it has more to do with the values that my parents raised me to uphold.. In and of
itself, the RH bill has provisions that are acceptable. But there are also others that aren't. The churches,
the media, and the government do the people a disservice by not discussing the details of the bill.
People are doing themselves a disservice by not even reading the bill..

Why is the Catholic Church against the Reproductive Health Bill?


Many so-called reproductive health billscontain provisions for abortion, and contraception. The
CatholicChurch believes that abortion is a serious offense against thesanctity of all human life, that the
infant in the womb deservesthe same rights and protections that we all enjoy, and thereforeopposes
legislative or administrative measures that promote thisprocedure. And that contraception is completely
opposed to God'splan for marriage, and the first command that He gave the humanrace: be fruitful and
multiply (in Genesis). The Catholic Church is not in favor of the Reproductive Health Billbecause artificial
contraceptives could possibly lead topromiscuity and the failure of implantation of a newly
conceivedbaby if fertilization would happen to take place despite their use.These acts would be against
Natural Moral Law. On the other hand, the Catholic Church is not in favor of"natalism" at all costs, as if
the "number" of children, in itself,were the unmistakable sign of authentic Christian life. Instead
theChurch is for responsible parenthood, meaning openness to lifewithin marriage, and spacing of birth,
only when needed for reasonsof serious medical condition or grave poverty, using natural
familyplanning methods.

Do you agree with reproductive health bill?


No , because of the following: .

1. It aims at education & promotion of safe sex and use of modern contraceptive devises. (Sec. 13,
Mandatory Age-Appropriate Reproductive Health and Sexuality Education, HB 96 ). According to the US
Center for Disease Control, there is no such thing as safe sex. The most reliable ways to avoid
transmission of STDs are to abstain from sexual activity, or to be in a long-term mutually monogamous
relationship with an uninfected partner..

2. It advocates for classifying making family planning supplies as essential medicine (Sec. 9, Family
Planning Supplies as Essential Medicines, HB 96). The only essential medicine for most normal, low risk
pregnancy is iron and folic acid vitamin supplementation..
3. It wants to promote a program to "achieve equitable allocation of resources" (Sec. 3, Guiding
Principles, HB 96) when problems pertaining to lack of "reproductive health" is not as prevalent nor as
life-threatening as our other health problems according to the top 10 leading causes of morbidity and
mortality in our country. .

4. It proposes mandatory age-appropriate reproductive health and sexuality education (Sec. 13, HB 96).
This is a real pandora's box. C-FAM reported that Diane Schneider, representing the National Education
Association (NEA), the largest teachers union in the US, is advocating for more "inclusive" sex education
in US schools, with curricula based on liberal hetero and homosexual expression. Schneider told the
audience at a panel on combating homophobia and transphobia that "oral sex, masturbation, and
orgasms need to be taught in education." She claimed that the idea of sex education remains an
oxymoron if it is abstinence-based, or if students are still able to opt-out. If you were a parent of a grade
schooler, would you want this for your children?.

Who was the proponent of reproductive health bill?


In Congress, Mr. Edcel Lagman and the Gabriela Party, among others. In Senate, Sen. Miriam Defensor
Santiago.

What are the importance of reproductive health education?


Reproductive health education, also called sexual education, help lower rates of sexually transmitted
diseases, unplanned pregnancies, problems with pregnancy and fertility and problems with childbirth
and the health of babies.

What is the republic act number of Reproductive Health Bill?


Say NO TO RH BILL!! HAHAHA :p :p bunawan national high school!! bunawan, agusan del sur!!

What are the ordinance about public health in the Philippines?


the public health are organized by the department of health in the philippines. meaning to say that
those barangays that have clinics is part of the public health under by the government and by the
manage of DOH

Does Reproductive Health Bill help solve Philippine poverty?


Yes RH Bill help solve the Philippine Poverty because it help prevent over population that cause of
poverty. and it also help for all the family that have a large member of the family.

What is your reaction or comments about reproductive health bill.?

December 21, 2012 is the end of the world, its when the RH bill is approved.

Should reproductive health bill be push through?


NO! Though the proponents of the RH Bill claim that its purpose is to promote responsible parenthood,
family planning, reproductive health (meaning the absence of disease or infirmity) and prevent abortion,
the means they are proposing are unconstitutional and illicit. The end does not justify the means.

How does smoking affect reproductive health?

It will make women un-healthy and the baby too. Anything that effects you will effect th baby. From
Lauren from 1634 liberty ave Waterloo Iowa

Do you agree that reproductive health bill should be implemented in school?


NO, Reproductive Health Bill should not be implemented in school. Its proposed mandatory age-
appropriate reproductive health and sexuality education (Sec. 13, HB 96) should be opposed by
concerned citizens. According to the Web Memo of The Heritage Foundation, May 2005, the harmful
effects of early sexual activity are well documented. They include sexually transmitted diseases, teen
pregnancy, and out-of-wedlock childbearing. As well, teen sexual activity is linked to emotional
problems, such as depression, and increased risk of suicide. Abstinence education programs, which
encourage teens to delay the onset of sexual activity, are effective in curbing such problems. Opponents
of abstinence education, however, claim that abstinence programs don't work and that there has been
"no scientific evidence that abstinence programs are effective." Robert Lerner, in Adolescent & Family
Health, April 2005 reported that at least 10 studies have shown the positive effects of abstinence
programs. The Best Friends abstinence education program began in 1987 and currently operates in
more than 100 schools across the United States. Its curriculum consists of a character-building program
for girls in the fifth or sixth grade, including at least 110 hours of instruction, mentoring, and group
activities throughout the year. A companion program for boys, Best Men, began in 2000. Junior-high and
middle school-aged girls who participated in the Best Friends program, when compared to their peers
who did not participate, were: . Six-and-a-half times more likely to remain sexually abstinent; . Nearly
two times more likely to abstain from drinking alcohol; . Eight times more likely to abstain from drug
use; and . Over two times more likely to refrain from smoking Mohn et al , in Adolescent and Family
Health , April 2003, reported that in an analysis of the causes of the decline in non-marital birth and
pregnancy rates for teens from 1991 to 1995, increased abstinence among 15- to 19-year-old teens
accounted for at least two-thirds (67%) of the drop in teen pregnancy rates. Increased abstinence also
accounted for more than half (51%) of the decline in teen birthrates.

How does reproductive health bill affects the youth?

1. It gives or inject in the mind of every youth that it is good to have sexual intercourse without marriage
or "fornication" in which - this is not good: Every parents would not allow their young children to be a
bondage of sin just to satisfy their flesh - Remember "a moment of pleasure can cause an eternal
suffering"

Is the passing of reproductive health bill a promising solution to development?

NO. it won't guarantee anything. Development depends on the individual and collective discipline of the
citizens of the country. By Divine Law, life must be protected and preserved from the first moment of
conception.

What is the cause and effect of reproductive health bill in the Philippines?
Reproductive health bill (RH bill) designed because of over populated, this issue will effect an less
abortion.

What is conclusion about reproductive health bill if the problem is in the family relationship?

The reproductive health bill was established in 2012. This bill'spurpose is to get reproductive health for
families, such as birth control and maternal check ups for pregnant women.

What are the economic effects of reproductive health bill in the Philippines?
The reproductive health bill in the Philippines just passed in 2012and wasn't implemented until 2013, so
the numbers aren't in on howit's impacting things in an economic sense. However, proponents ofthe law
hope that lowering the birth rate will decrease poverty andresult in an improved economic condition for
both families and thegovernment.

Do you agree on the reproductive health bill?

Reproductive health bill or commonly known as RH-Bill is simply a more politically acceptable term for
population reduction. This bill seeks not only to eradicate poverty and over population but also to
educate the young masses about reproduction. Also, educating the youth would help to reduce
incidences for sexual abuse. I believed that it is the high time that the state enforces a law that looks
after the welfare of the family specially the woman and have a shot at educating the the youth. Yes,
there are contentions that educating the youth make them more curious about sex and lead them to the
ultimately unwanted pregnancies. And I think that it is the only way to prevent overpopulation( please
correct me if i am wrong, based only in my analysis) even if there are many people opposing it. RH bill is
the only a guide (i guess) on how to manage our self even if some of us treat as for creation or for
pleasure... JUST THINK RESPONSIVELY ABOUT IT SO THAT YOU WONT REGRET.... believed in your self
before others..,, because, it is in our hand the future we want...

Why reproductive health bill or syntax bill?

Type your answer here... this is corny i want to know what syntax is or reproductive health bill and here i
have to answer very disgusting.

What will you do if you have a problem with your reproductive health?

Seek the reasons for your poor reproductive health outside of'allopathy,' the way most doctors are
trained. Metal or dietarycontamination, vitamin and/or mineral deficiency, complications dueto stress,
and other factors may contribute to poor reproductivehealth. These have become abundantly evident in
declining sperm counts andproblems with reproductive organs, both on the rise; andunfortunately, an
allopathic doctor's advice (or more often,prescriptions) just makes things worse.