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How To Not Impregnate Without Condom
These are mostly closed end tubes of latex and occasionally other materials to cover the penis during intercourse and prevent pregnancy and disease transmission. A wise person uses them when the history of their partner is unknown. There are some available for women's use ...Read more
None to speak of: Any secretion from an erect penis may contain sperm.Ejaculating outside of the body does not eliminate the sperm remaining afterward. Intercourse at any point during the menstrual cycle can establish a pregnancy.If you don't want a baby, use birth control or don't have sex. ...Read more
No: First intercourse for men is not usually painful, with or without a condom. If you are not married, use a condom to prevent std's and pregnancy. Better yet, stay a virgin until you are married. There is nothing better than waiting until your wedding night, because there is only 1 first time. Why not share it with the woman you will love forever? ...Read more
Technically, no: Safe sex implies protection against sexually transmitted disease and infections. The birth control pill provides protection against unwanted pregnancy but virtually no protection from std. Safe sex usually indicates that a barrier protection (i.e. Condom) is in place to attempt to prevent transfer of body fluids from one partner to another. ...Read more
Abstain: Condoms really are the only prevention we can against stds. Both female and male condoms may be used. Otherwise abstinence is the only other thing you can do. Remember there are a variety of condom types, so if they are the issue try changing which type you are using. ...Read more
Yes: Please do get checked for HIV when your physician says you should. The risk to you is low, but you do need to be checked -- mostly because I hope this doesn't happen again. Sex without a condom really isn't an "accident"; perhaps you meant to say "poor planning", or "I just got really excited." Be glad for the adventure, remember the good parts, and be safe if it happens again. Cheers. ...Read more
"how far can you and a guy go and still be considered a virgin? If he enters you, but doesn't pop the cherry or go all the way I he went in but not all the way...There was no condom. And he didn't pop my cherry
Things to ponder: Some women are born without hymens (cherries) to pop or lose them in non-sexual events. Some choose to believe the oral or anal sex they engage in doesn't count if it avoids the hymen. What you engaged I was genital to genital contact, which is enough to get pregnant or STD's. Believe what you wish, & if it's not right for you don't go further. The label shouldn't matter. ...Read more
Boyfriend doesn't like condoms what can we do? He goes limp. And says it isn't the same. Can I go in birthcontrol and no condom?
Yes: Although the initial cost and discomfort is higher, having an IUD inserted is the simplest & most care free method of BC. The pill or depot shots also work, but are a more involved form of BC with various pros/cons. None of these provide even modest protection from STD's like condoms, but you must use what works for you. ...Read more
Put in no condom for 15 secs, few days later had protected sex, week after have fruquent urniation+feel fatter, could I be pregnant?
Is it unsafe for me to sex without condom with wife whose hbsag (-), antihbc is (+)for 2 \u0026 (-)for 1 time. Iam hepa b (-)\u0026 & complete 1st shot
Hepatitis B: Your wife has cleared the infection and I believe given the data you have shared not contagious. ...Read more
We did sex 4-5 days after periods without condom but I ejeculate it outside then she had periods last to last month but now she not having, what it is?
May be pregnant: All secretions of an erect penis have enough sperm to cause pregnancy.It has also been documented on any day of a woman's cycle, including during menses. Risk is lower on some days, but the "pull out" system is worthless for birth control. Urine pregnancy tests are usually starting to show positive by the time a woman misses a period. ...Read more
Well...: First of all you need to be evaluated to determine why you have blood in your urine. The presence of blood in your urine will have no bearing on whether or not you have sex. Choosing to have sex without a condom should be determined based on whether or not you want to get pregnant and whether or not you are in a stable monogamous infection free relationship where the risk of stds are low. ...Read more
Condoms is a must: Condoms should always be used to prevent std's, hiv, etc. So if you want to gamble with you life don't use a condom. If you have a partner that is in a 100% monogamous relationship with you then you may skip the condom (as long ASD you guys are also clear of anything that can be transmitted). This applies to both hetero and homosexual relationships. ...Read more
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