How To Have Sex Without Getting Her Pregnant
Be responsible and learn how to have sex without getting her pregnant. It’s very common to have sex and not be looking to have a child with your sexual partner. An unwanted pregnancy can greatly impact your life. Be warned that the only 100% safe3-guard from getting your sexual partner pregnant is to not have sex. However, there are many safety measures you can use that are very effective.
- Barrier methods. This method includes contraceptive sponge, diaphragms and condoms. The most common of these are male condoms and it is the only birth control method that will help protect you against sexually transmitted diseases. If you have multiple sexual partners then the best method of protection to use is condoms.
- Hormonal methods. Another way to not get your partner pregnant is to have her use a hormonal method of birth control. These include oral contraceptives (More commonly known as “the pill”.), the patch, an injection or the vaginal ring. For men the issue with using this method of birth control is that the responsibility is completely left up to your partner. Depending on your relationship with your partner, you might not want to trust her solely with protecting yourself from an unwanted pregnancy. Some women can also not take hormonal methods.
- Implantable devices. This method includes implantable rods and intrauterine devices (IUD). The rod is a device that looks like a match-stick and is inserted under the skin of the upper arm of the woman. This rod releases a chemical that causes the lining in the uterus to keep the sperm from joining an egg. This is effective for up to three years. An IUD is shaped like a T. This device comes in to types: a Copper IUD and a hormonal IUD. Again this method is only recommended in a committed relationship with your partner.
- Permanent birth control methods. The two different types of permanent birth control are sterilization implants and surgical sterilization. Many doctors will only consider these methods if you are of a certain age or already have children.
- The practice of “pulling out”, in which you pull your penis put before ejaculating, is not a safe form of birth control.