Would you rely on the 'withdrawal' method of birth control?

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Would you rely on the 'withdrawal' method of birth control?

Beck Beck
I'm surprised to see how many people aren't properly educated on pull out. No wonder so many people get pregnant using it. They think it's just pulling out. There is far more to pull out then that.

Pull out isn't the option you are going to want to use if you are trying to never get pregnant. However, if you are okay with the accident that could happen if you don't do it properly. It's a great method. Especially to those with allergies to condoms, on a strict budget that doesn't allow you to purchase condoms often enough, and for those who can't do hormones.

If you are going to practice pull out method be sure to properly educate yourself on it. There is a whole process to practicing it the RIGHT way! It's not all about pulling out.
06/18/2012
amandaco2011 amandaco2011
Never, I'm so paranoid about not getting pregnant.
06/18/2012
Ilovelingerie Ilovelingerie
Quote:
Originally posted by <3BF
According to planned parenthood, the 'withdrawal' or 'pull out' method is up to 96% effective if done correctly. I can see why this option would be attractive as it's 100% free, more intimate than say putting on condoms or ...
Actually. We don't use condoms or birth control. He always pulls out. We have been doing this for over 3 years, and I have not gotten pregnant once.

Though over our honeymoon we do plan on getting condoms, I don't want him having to pull out then.
06/18/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by Beck
I'm surprised to see how many people aren't properly educated on pull out. No wonder so many people get pregnant using it. They think it's just pulling out. There is far more to pull out then that.

Pull out isn't the option ...
I know, Beck. I'm saying the same things. Some people either don't read before they post, or they simply need to cling to incorrect information.

Of course teen age boys are going to get girls pregnant with Withdrawal. They don't pee first (because they don't know to) they usually don't have enough experience to know feeling nor the timing of the "inevitability" feeling of orgasm, nor do they have control to withdraw before the orgasm starts. For people for whom a pregnancy would be a disaster, (especially if they REFUSE to listen to reason and fact) these people shouldn't be using Withdrawal.

What people aren't paying attention to is that, like most forms of Birth Control, there is a right way and a wrong way to use it. And using it properly makes a huge difference in pregnancy chances.

I honestly am beginning to think some people are ineducable, Beck.

It DOES work if used properly. You and I both know this. It works better if paired with knowledge of the woman's fertility cycle. THAT takes planning, forethought and... (dare I say it?) intelligence, or at least self education.

It's a workable form of birth control with a pregnancy prevention rate as high as the Pill, but only if used correctly. As you said, you don't just start to fuck, willy nilly, and pull out whenever it seems like a good time (because with inexperienced boys, that would be AFTER the orgasm starts) But, we know it can work, but is a method that one has to investigate, read about, and use properly.
06/18/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by Ilovelingerie
Actually. We don't use condoms or birth control. He always pulls out. We have been doing this for over 3 years, and I have not gotten pregnant once.

Though over our honeymoon we do plan on getting condoms, I don't want him having to pull out then.
Actually you are using birth control. Proper use of Withdrawal IS a form of Birth Control. Condoms are birth control, also.

The phrase "Birth Control" applies to anything that circumvents conception. It doesn't just mean "The Pill" by a long shot.
06/18/2012
All His All His
The Hubby and I used this method as our only method for 2 years before we got pregnant. I then proceeded to start BC so its unnnecessary now. Had we not been in a committed relationship and already getting married I would not have used this
06/18/2012
pinkpottergirl pinkpottergirl
I wouldn't. I am terrified of getting pregnant.
06/25/2012
kitty1949 kitty1949
Absolutely not. I'm way too fertile to chance it, lol.
11/06/2012
Dixiemomma Dixiemomma
always plan to but in heat of the moment dont always remember .. usually relied more on timing... knowing my cycle and when it was safe-ish lol i'll admit to having an unplanned daughter, best mistake of my life
11/06/2012
travelnurse travelnurse
That just isn't a very good idea.
11/06/2012
Stagger13 Stagger13
Quote:
Originally posted by <3BF
According to planned parenthood, the 'withdrawal' or 'pull out' method is up to 96% effective if done correctly. I can see why this option would be attractive as it's 100% free, more intimate than say putting on condoms or ...
Only if I wanted to have a baby...
11/06/2012
Cat E. Cat E.
I did this some as a stupid teenager and it worked but I'd NEVER do that again or recommend anyone try it.
11/06/2012
Zandrock Zandrock
I would not
11/06/2012
roskat roskat
Oh, hell no. I would not rely on it.
11/11/2012
LunaLuthor LunaLuthor
Quote:
Originally posted by <3BF
According to planned parenthood, the 'withdrawal' or 'pull out' method is up to 96% effective if done correctly. I can see why this option would be attractive as it's 100% free, more intimate than say putting on condoms or ...
I am too paranoid to do that it just seems unsafe
11/14/2012
Lioncub Lioncub
No way I would trust it.
11/14/2012
ginnyluvspotter ginnyluvspotter
I would never do this. Unless you want to get pregnant then use protection what fun is it to pull out when it gets to the good part?
11/14/2012
MrsHouseWife MrsHouseWife
Nope *shakes head*, never again, I fell pergnant with this method.
11/14/2012
mamaseatspoop mamaseatspoop
Wouldnt trust it.
11/26/2012
rmiles124 rmiles124
Quote:
Originally posted by <3BF
According to planned parenthood, the 'withdrawal' or 'pull out' method is up to 96% effective if done correctly. I can see why this option would be attractive as it's 100% free, more intimate than say putting on condoms or ...
Health class always emphasized...


this method DOES NOT WORK.
01/05/2013
Martiniman Martiniman
Simply put...hell no!
01/05/2013
Rory Rory
I'm sure the odds are better then winning the lottery but I would never use it.
01/05/2013
captainsgirl captainsgirl
nope
01/05/2013
captainsgirl captainsgirl
Quote:
Originally posted by <3BF
According to planned parenthood, the 'withdrawal' or 'pull out' method is up to 96% effective if done correctly. I can see why this option would be attractive as it's 100% free, more intimate than say putting on condoms or ...
not too many people can do it correctly though and pp lies.
01/05/2013
captainsgirl captainsgirl
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Originally posted by wrmbreze
That doesn't work because the little swimmers can come out at anytime during sex, not just during the big FINALE.
lol aint that the truth
01/05/2013
captainsgirl captainsgirl
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Originally posted by amandaco2011
Never, I'm so paranoid about not getting pregnant.
it only takes that .1% of a chance.
01/05/2013
captainsgirl captainsgirl
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Originally posted by northstar
No idea how fertile we are, but no way!
exactly, some people are fertile myrtle.lol
01/05/2013
captainsgirl captainsgirl
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Originally posted by lustylusty
The pullout method is less than 96% effective. lol. The first time I used the pull out method, I got prego. lol. (wasnt funny then btw)
that would be me too, but another time it wasnt. so just depends.
01/05/2013
captainsgirl captainsgirl
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Originally posted by Hallmar82
Sperm cells are present in even in pre-cum but in a lower concentration. Withdrawl is UP to 90% but nowhere near as effective as pharmaceutical birth control.
amen
01/05/2013
captainsgirl captainsgirl
Quote:
Originally posted by 31 Flavors
It's Russian roulette.
very much so
01/05/2013
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