Cause of Death…birth control pill – FDA approved!

The CAUSE of DEATH – they found was a birth control pill


Email from a friend of the Weeks Clinic



Recently this past week, Nicole Dishuk (age 31…newly graduated student with a doctoral degree about to start her new career as a Doctor…) was flown into a nearby hospital, because she passed out.

They found a blood clot in her neck, and immediately took her by helicopter to the ER to operate. By the time they removed the right half of her skull to relieve the pressure on her brain, the clot had spread to her brain causing severe damage.

Since last Wednesday night, she was battling.. they induced her into a coma to stop the blood flow, They operated 3 times.. Finally, they said there was nothing left that they could do.. they found multiple clots in the left side of her brain.. the swelling wouldn’t stop, and she was on life support..

She died at 4:30 yesterday. She leaves behind a husband, and a 2 yr old Brandon and a 4 yr old Justin.. The CAUSE of DEATH – they found was a birth control pill she was taking that allows you to only have your period 3 times a year… They said it interrupts life’s menstrual cycle, and although it is FDA approved,   many doctors think it should not be. So to the women in my practice:  think and beware.  
*Please send this to every woman you know – you may save someone’s life… Remember, you have a CYCLE for a reason.

The name of this new birth control pill is Lybrel.  If you go to <>  you will find at least 26 pages of information regarding this drug.

The second birth control pill is, Seasonique.  If you go to the website of, <>  you will find 43 pages of information regarding this drug.


DR. WEEKS’ COMMENT:   Shame on the FDA- again!  As for birth control, if that is your objective,  I have always advised against birth control pills which confuse the woman’s natural biochemistry and I have encouraged barrier methods (with non toxic gels).  This is less fun and less spontaneous, agreed! But among real  lovers (i.e. people who love each other, vs people who “lust” each other)  the inconvenience of barriers is much less of a downer than the lethality of strokes and death associated with screwing around with female hormones.

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