What Are Ways To Avoid Pregnancy When Having A Sexual Intercourse With My Partner?

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Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I'm 16 and me and my boyfrien both want to do it, but I don't want to get pregnant, and I also don't want the condom ripping or leaking, how is the best way?
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
First off, don't use 2 condoms, thats worse, the friction of the in and out thing would cause both condoms to break. 1 is better, and of course what people are saying use birth control. And I'm tired of hearing don't have sex, it happens, but yea, 2 condoms, bad, 1 condom good.
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Anonymous answered
The safest way to have sex and not get pregnant is to be on birth control everyday for a week until the day, and to use 2 condoms. But don't be pressured into it by your partner, if you don't want to, you should have to, and your partner should understand that. If the case is that you want to and your partner wants to, you should have a talk with you partner about it to make sure you both are ready, because there could always be that chance that the condoms both rip, or leak, and the birth-control didnt work.
So you have to make sure that your partner is ready in case something happens that he will be there and help you through.
When I lost my virginity at 14 I didnt talk to my partner, and we ended up having a hard time starting it because we were both shy, and not sure what to do. So when you are ready to do it, make sure you are completely ready for it.
And also, if you are under aged like I was, I am not saying not to do it because it is your choice and there is no point on telling you to do it if you are going to any way. But at least make sure that you are caution in everything you do. And talk to your parents about it, because just asking them isn't going to hurt, and they wont suspect anything unless you get too detailed. So make sure you ask people that have to advice, and talk to your partner.
And remember "Be Safe"
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M.Asim khan answered
Sex is the desire of love and when you are in love, you badly need to let your partner know that you love him/her by making love to him. This is not necessary in all the cases but exceptional cases are there.
So if you want to have sex and don't want to get pregnant so use condom protection. The risk level is involved if you are using condom, because in most of the cases condom brakes or leaks and put you in the danger zone that is chances of pregnancy are there. But if you use birth control pills along with the use of condom then it will keep you safe from pregnancy and the chances will be reduced to minimal level.

Pre marriage sex also cause problems like pregnancy and child birth because of the reason no one is ready to take the responsibility or even afraid of taking responsibility so that's why this practice is not appreciated but people do and it cannot be stopped because of many different reasons. So it's better to go for the after marriage sex because it adds taste to your life and the offspring which you give birth adds more colour to your life. So grow up and say no to pre marriage sex.

The safest way to have sex without getting pregnant is not to have sex at any cost.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I am a woman of 53 but I am still having periods and my FSH levels are still low and I can not use the preventative methods because of some health programs so the only method that  can used are condoms and my husband uses this but sometimes it bursts.  I want to find out the way of using safe days how to go about it?
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Don't get thin condoms, get normal lubricated condoms. I had a thin condom, it broke, had to spend 60 dollars on plan-b and had a terrible month. I wish I would have just got the regular ones.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Use contraceptives like for example pills,condom,or did you hear depot?

Thats the very safest contraceptives that I know

but you need to be secure on condom

the guy should check it very well
to avoid pregnancy
Cheryl Fox Profile
Cheryl Fox answered
By using birth control. There are many options out there so you should have a chat with your local family planning clinic. Some of your options are: Condoms, probably the most well known, these are generally made of latex, however, if you or your partner is allergic to latex, latex free condoms are available. Condoms come in many different shapes and sizes, flavours, styles and colours so have a chat with your local family planning nurse to what will suit you best. Condoms are worn over the males penis, placed on before sexual intercourse and taken off immediatly after and disposed off. Female condoms are also available, femidoms, these are placed inside the womans vagina and do the same job of the male condom, trapping the sperm! Condoms not only prevent pregnancy but they also protect against sexually transmitted infections and diseases.
Aside from condoms there is also the pill. You can get these by seeing your GP, there are many different types on the market so you will need to have a chat with either your GP or the family planning nurse. The pill is a small contraceptive tablet that you take daily, it stops your menstral cycle and is 99% affective in preventing pregnancy, howver, they DO NOT prevent catching sexually transmitted diseases or infections.
Other methods of birth contorl consist of the injection, an injection given to the woman, usually once every 3 months; The coil and diaphram, these are objects that are placed high within the vagina, again these methods only prevent pregnancy not STI OR STDS! Its best to always use even if you are using a alternative method of birth control.
I hope I have been of some help and remember the best thing to do would be to disscuss this with your family planning nurse or GP.
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Teresa Figuereo answered
Call me bored or whatever you want, but I think that the better thing for you if you don't want to get pregnant, is not to have sex when you aren't ready to support the responsibility of that situation. If you're a teenager please don't have sex - wait to be married and be a adult.
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Anonymous answered
Lady you need some sex education pronto.  Go to your doctor and talk about c-o-n-t-a-c-e-p-t-I-o-n...do not believe ANYONE who says it is safe if the bloke pulls out before he comes...it is NOT.  Talk to your doctor BEFORE you have sex. Be responsible.  If you get pregnant and do not want a baby you will only have yourself to blame.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I am a teenager. And 99% of teens these days have sex before marriage.. So get over it people. Youre not going to change any minds. Yes, we may regret it.... But it happens.
jaffer imran Profile
jaffer imran answered
Condoms are the bet thing for that...avoid using pills and other medicins....its may make reactions badly sometimes..
BaNe SKELIK Profile
BaNe SKELIK answered
Don't have sex at all, use a condom, pull out , get a vasectomy, she cuts her tubes, birth control.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Use contraception such has a condom ( during sex people use vibrating condoms to have more fun, it also makes you horny ! )
morris Profile
morris answered
Use a condom you prat stds are rife never ever have sex without a condom men will say its crap with it but its rubbish they need to use it or you are not putting out
Cecille Soraino Profile
Cecille Soraino answered
Firstly, if you are single and a teenager, don't do it! If you are married, then you can check out all contraceptives in the world and make a research on both natural family planning and the artificial method.
Sammy Profile
Sammy answered
Depending on your age, you can get implants, if not, wear a condom!
Graham Nude Profile
Graham Nude answered
Most contraceptives, if used properly are very effective, but the only guaranteed way is to have oral or anal sex.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Use a condom and avoid both partners wearing a condom because it may cause the condom to brake
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I want to know, if you get married and have sex do you need to use a condom en birth control pills to avoid pregnancy? Or can you only use birth control pills?
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
If you know that you don't want to be pregnant why not stay away from it. But, if you wish to have sex use CONDOM.
joyce miller Profile
joyce miller answered
protection !protection !protection!Have you heard of birth control pillor you can use rubbers,DO YOU KNOW WHAT THAT IS
thanked the writer.
joyce miller
joyce miller commented
Sorry misspelled birth control pills
Irene Capua
Irene Capua commented
Of course yes I know that all....I want other alternative rather that using pills and aside condoms...what are the other alternative ways....thats what I need...
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Well there is not having sex at all using a condom the girl is on the pill or other bc
Xavier William Profile
Xavier William answered
The safest way of having sex without getting pregnant is to use a condom or a birth control pill. A condom also protects you against STDs ( sexually transmitted diseases). It is better to be safe than sorry.
The birth control pills can also avoid pregnancy. There are a lot of birth control pills available in the market.
But I strongly recommend using a condom, so that you are also protected against the STDs.

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