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In: Other | 2016-06-14
The withdrawal or pulling out method of birth control has a failure rate of 27 percent, or 1 in 4 women will become pregnant among typical users. For those who are dilligent and use the method correctly, about 4 percent will become pregnant.
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Yes, but a terrible one, it’s the way that roman catholics limit their families to as few as 10 or 15 children.
Not if it’s in your mouth.
NO. Try this only if you are willing to be a parent.
no because thats how i became pregnant!
Yes – like jumping out of windows tests your ability to bounce.
A lot of people use this method and thing that it’s going to work. I knew a girl who never used condoms and always said her bf pulled out and she end up pregnant. Don’t want a baby use a condom.
It’s better than staying in and taking your chances, but not much. Coitus Interruptus takes will, control and supreme awareness of when ejaculation takes place. It’s also emotionally bewildering. She feels guilty because she’s depriving him of the full expereince, and she feels anxious for fear he will ejaculate before he withdraws. He wonders if he left before the buzzer. One can never be sure!
The best alternative is to make condoms part of foreplay. And after ejaculation, get out before losing erection, otherwise there is leakage. But at least the experience has obtained the intended conclusion.