Use these methods of contraception, one day will regret…

Many people have such a question in their hearts:

Why is it so difficult for men to wear a condom?

Let’s talk about those unreliable contraceptive methods. If any man is determined to take risks with the following methods, I wish you an early kick.

Wear a sleeve halfway

Hum, I know that many men do piston movement for a period of time before wearing condoms.

However, this method is not very safe:

Before ejaculation, men’s urethral glands secrete a small amount of liquid when they are sexually excited, which contains a small amount of sperm, and prostatic fluid also contains sperm, which is enough to make women pregnant. To put it bluntly, you just didn’t see sperm go in, which doesn’t mean there is no sperm.

Don’t say piston movement, some people just [rub] have something wrong… to be on the safe side, you should wear a condom before entering. Girls should not give each other the chance to [rub], and should not leave behind any future trouble that worries them!

Ejaculation in vitro

Extracorporeal ejaculation refers to the artificial interruption of sexual intercourse, withdrawal of penis and discharge of semen outside the body when men are approaching orgasm and are about to ejaculate.

This method is also harmful but not beneficial:

    As mentioned earlier, the fluid secreted by men contains sperm before ejaculation. It is difficult for a person to accurately grasp the time of ejaculation every time. Forcibly interrupting sexual intercourse at the moment of approaching orgasm may lead to dysfunction of the central nervous system and lumbosacral ejaculation center, which may also lead to functional non-ejaculation.

If the man insists on using coitus interruptus to [contraception], I think he may not understand what’s name of respect.

Safety Period

The so-called “safe period” refers to the non-ovulation period. There are folk statements about “the first seven, the second eight” and “the first three, the second four”, which are unreliable anyway.

Generally speaking, the ovulation period is 14 days before the next menstruation. After the egg is discharged, it will survive in the fallopian tube for one or two days. This is the ovulation period, also known as the “critical period”.

If you share the same room during non-ovulation, you should not be pregnant, right? Innocent!

    Do you think ovarian regulation is as accurate as satellite launch? I can’t say which time I ovulate earlier or later, and the ovaries will not inform you. If it is a person with irregular menstruation, you will not mention what’s safe period. Oh, by the way, even menstruation is not 100% safe, and some girls ovulate during menstruation.

Is there a 100% successful contraceptive method?

Yes, abstinence.

The success rate of all contraceptive methods is not 100%. As long as there is sex, there is the possibility of pregnancy, so of course, we should try our best to choose more reliable contraceptive methods.

For those who do not have good contraception and do not plan to have children, the logic is as follows:

    It is better to use emergency contraception to remedy than to have an abortion. It is better to terminate the pregnancy by abortion than to have a child that cannot be raised at birth.

Having said that, is there so much else to have a good contraception from the beginning?