Sunday, March 27, 2011

6 Ways to Avoid Pregnancy

Many pregnant women who are not ready with a variety of reasons. To avoid an unexpected pregnancy, women who do a lot of different ways after having sex.

There are several styles of women are taken to prevent pregnancy when it was over having sex.But the variety of styles it's just a myth because it has not been shown to prevent pregnancy. Here are some styles that made women to prevent pregnancy but it was not necessarily successful:

1. Removing the penis before ejaculation
Withdraw the penis from the vagina before the man's ejaculate, not the right way of birth control. According to the Teen Adviser website, this way is only 81 to 96 percent success. Many women who think that if he issued a penis before ejaculation, the sperm will not be able to fertilize eggs.

But men can produce something called pre-ejaculate. Leakage of pre-ejaculate comes man's penis when they were aroused, and pre-ejaculate can contain sperm, which can cause pregnancy.

2. Douching
Douching is the act of spraying liquid into the vagina to clean the vaginal canal. There is a common myth states use a douche (douche drugs) will prevent pregnancy. But spraying water, vinegar or other materials into the vagina not only will not prevent pregnancy, it can even cause a yeast infection.

Sperm pass through the cervix within seconds, so that when using a douche, probably already fertilized egg.

3. No need to orgasm
Orgasm is not necessary to conceive. The female body undergoes many changes during sexual intercourse, whether she felt pleasure or not. And pregnancy can occur even if he does not have an orgasm though.

4. Having sex during menstruation
While it is true that having sex during menstrual period can greatly reduce the chances of becoming pregnant, but still not a guarantee will not get pregnant. Many women have irregular periods and ovulation can occur very close to the time when a woman is menstruating.

Sperm can also live in a woman's body for seven days, so even if a woman is menstruating, may be sperm waiting when ovulation is over.

5. First sexual intercourse (virgin sex)
A woman can get pregnant the first time they had sexual intercourse. Some women believe that the hymen (Hymen) or a thin membrane at the opening of the vagina to prevent sperm from fertilizing an egg.

Not only does the hymen is stretched during pregnancy, but also many women who experience the hymen stretches even before having sex, because of sports or horseback riding.

6. Taking birth control pills
According to the Feminist Women's Health Center, the birth control pill in 1992 to 99.7 percent effective in preventing pregnancy. But even with birth control pills, many women are misinformed. Birth control pills do not cause rapid weight gain.

In addition, many women do not think they need to take the pill at the same time every day. However, if you take the pill correctly and follow the instructions correctly, birth control pills can be more than 99 percent effective in preventing pregnancy. It is also important to note that the pill does not protect against HIV or other sexually transmitted diseases

Rhythmic method is a method whereby couples avoid intercourse during a woman's fertile cycle. Ovulation (release of eggs from the ovary) occurs 14 days ± 2 days before the first day of next menstruation. Egg cell that has been released only survive for 24 hours, but sperm can survive for 48 hours after sexual intercourse. Therefore, fertilization can occur if sexual intercourse is done in 2 days (48 hours) before ovulation and 1 day (24 hours) after ovulation. Rhythmic method can be divided into:

    * Method of Periodic Abstinence rhythmic calendar or a method in which couples avoid intercourse during the woman's fertile period based on menstrual cycle length, it is likely time of ovulation, the period can still be fertilized egg cell, and the ability of sperm to survive in the female reproductive tract. A woman's fertile period is calculated from: (shortest menstrual cycle - 18) and (the longest menstrual cycle - 11). Menstrual cycles were recorded during at least 3 months, would be better if the last 6 months.

Example: if a woman's shortest cycle is 25 days, and its longest cycle of 29 days, the fertile period is (25-18) and (29-11), which means that sexual relations should not be performed on day 7 to day 18 after menstruation.

    * Cervical mucus method is a method of observing the quality and quantity of cervical mucus every day. Fertile period was marked by a clear mucus, watery, and slippery. Abstinensia (not having sex) is required during menstruation, every day during the period preovulation (based on cervical mucus), and until the time of the fertile mucus appears until 3 days after the mucus fertile period was stopped.

    * Methods of measuring body temperature based on temperature changes. Measurements were taken at basal temperature (temperature upon awakening before getting out of bed. Basal Temperature will drop before ovulation and slightly increased (less than 1 ° Celsius) after ovulation. Sexual intercourse should not be done since the first day of menstruation until 3 days after the ascension of temperature.

Pregnancy occurs in 9-25 per 100 females
No side effects health problems, economic
The failure rate is high, does not protect against pre-menstruation cycle, inhibit spontaneity, require regular menstrual cycles.


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