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I wouldn't recommend: While in theory it could help, but I would never encourage any women to utilize this as a form of birth control. I would encourage you to stick with more tried and true methods of abstinence, birth control pills, diaphragms, cervical caps, IUDs, condoms/spermicide. I would strongly encourage you to consider some form of barrier to help prevent STDs too, as 'the pill' doesn't prevent STDs ! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
No: It takes between 60 and 90 seconds for the sperm to travel from the vagina through the cervix into the uterus and out of the fallopian tubes to reach your eggs. It takes even less time for the sperm to get into the cervix where they would not be affected by douching. It might help a little, but not much. ...Read more
I've been trying to get pregnant. Over a year I was on birth control for two years prior to trying. People say peeing after sex prevents pregnancy?
Time to seek help: When you have gone a year without success it is time to talk with your OB about a fertility workup. Both you & your partner need to be evaluated. The OB may do some studies or refer you to a fertility clinic that can assess you both. If there are problems they can help you treat them or look into your options. ...Read more
Cannot: Once seminal fluid containing sperm enters a woman's vagina, it is not possible to remove all the sperm to reliably prevent pregnancy. The sperm enters a woman's cervical mucus very quickly (within moments), and removing it cannot be done. Use some other method of birth control. ...Read more
Is it effective to use condom in sex to prevent pregnancy? And do sex on infertility dates following the calendar method?
Usually/maybe: Used appropriately (proper size,application before any intercourse) a condom is relatively good at preventing pregnancy. Using a calendar to predict fertility is a good way to improve chances of getting pregnant, but not so good to avoid it.During training we called it Vatican Roulette, because its just another game of chance, and you can lose big. ...Read more
i want to have sex with my bf but i'm afraid that i will get preg, is it safe to use condom in sex to prevent pregnancy?
Yes, Condom +: Safe means the condom somewhat protects him and you from an STD but has a 20% failure rate for contraception when used alone. Combine the condom with a vaginal contraceptive like VCF and your failure rate drops to 3%. Use the condom with a hormonal contraceptive and your failure rate is less than 1%. There is "safety" in those numbers. ...Read more
Safe sex: The days to have sex to avoid conceiving are 4 days prior to ovulation to 3 days after ovulation (one week out of the cycle). This method is called the billings method of contraception, and you can learn about it online. The critical fact if that you have to know your own cycle well for it to work. If you don't they it is possible that you will conceive. At age 47 the chances of pregnancy are low. ...Read more
I had my menses twice in a month for two months two yrs ago. Could it be because of the contraceptive i took after sex to prevent pregnancy? Am i safe
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