“I know that I’ve gotten a lot of hate mail” for the birth control pill

By Stephanie Keith, Associated Press”I think I’ve seen a lot that’s been really hard-hitting,” Dr. Michele Ritchie, a gynecologist in Seattle who has worked with the Pill project, told The Associated Press.

“It’s really hard to sit and listen to people, and I’ve been listening.

I don’t really feel good.”

Ritchie is one of the Pill researchers and doctors who helped make the Pill a reality.

She and her colleagues have been working on the Pill for two years, but she is most concerned about the effect on the rest of the country.

The Pill was designed to prevent pregnancy for the first time in women, and the birth rate has fallen to the lowest point in more than 100 years.

Ritchie said she knows it’s been tough for her colleagues who are still struggling with how to talk to women who might be uncomfortable about the pill.

For one, the pill was developed with the understanding that the pill would only work for women who had had sex, and most women didn’t have sex before the Pill was developed.

Riley says the Pill’s success in preventing pregnancy and controlling the side effects of the pill is what makes it the “best” contraceptive in the world.

The Pill’s contraceptive success is the result of a combination of factors, including the Pill being one of only a few contraceptive options that works with an intact fallopian tube.

Pill users get to experience an uninterrupted period of time with the pill, which is important because there is no estrogenic effect from an intact pregnancy.

Pill makers and other researchers have used the Pill to create more effective birth control, and they have continued to improve it as the Pill has become more widely available.

Ricking, who has developed pill formulations for a wide range of medical conditions, says that for women with an STI, the Pill works well.

For women with a uterine condition called endometriosis, it can cause anemia, nausea, abdominal pain, and infertility.

Ricky has seen some of the side affects that pill users may have faced.

She has seen people who were pregnant with babies who developed premature birth, severe headaches, and nausea.

For example, a woman who took the Pill while pregnant had a miscarriage a few months later.

The pill also causes nausea and vomiting in women who have had a previous pregnancy.

Rickies clinic, which has been open for about two years and has a staff of about 100, is located in the heart of Seattle.

The women who come to the clinic have to undergo regular screenings and have to sign a form agreeing to the use of a health insurance plan to pay for their prescription.

Ricks doctors are often on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, seven nights a week.

She said some women have to go to the ER because they can’t get to their appointment.

She also has seen a woman whose ovaries stopped functioning.

The pill also has other benefits.

The research that has shown its effectiveness has also shown that it works well with the female body.

For instance, researchers have found that the Pill reduces menstrual cramps in women.

That’s important because the Pill is supposed to help women feel like they are pregnant.

Richelle Ritchie said that even though women may have been disappointed to learn the pill isn’t as effective as they thought it would be, she’s confident that it will continue to work well.

“The Pill is a really powerful product, and we know it will work for everybody, including women with STIs,” Ritchie told The AP.