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Is pulling out during sex a good method
My partner wants to have unprotected sex but I had already denied it as it's a huge risk but he keeps saying that "I don't know science even married couples have to have sex again and again to get pregnant " and pull out method works I am really confused because as far as I know one drop of semen is enough to make a girl pregnant. Does pull out method really works
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Pull out method is not advisable as a contraception. Please use condoms or other OCP pills.
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This method having high failure rate for satisfaction or desires for inter vaginal ejaculation  both  of  u can adopt other contraceptive methods
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Pull out method has a very high failiure rate so its advisable to use condom or any other barrier methods available
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Coitus interruptus that is pulling out during sex is the most unreliable method of contraception. It is least advisable to prevent pregnancy
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If male partner is unwilling for contraceptive methods but both want to practice sex and pregnancy is not desirable it will be wise to have contraceptive by the female partner
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Practice protected sex if pregnancy is not desirable
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