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Contraception – Timing Methods

Preventing pregnancy is a concern for most sexually active adults. Most of the methods of contraception available today fall under the control of women, but that does not mean that men should not be interested and knowledgeable about such things. In fact, I think it is in everyone’s best interest that they know what options are available, how they function, and what their failure rate is so they and their partner can make the best decision for themselves.

In this installment I will review methods whereby timing and control are significant issues.

Withdrawl – In this contraceptive method, the man withdraws his penis from a woman’s vagina before ejaculation. Both partners must be in agreement on this method, and must be prepared to deal with an unplanned pregnancy. It provides no protection against sexually transmitted infections.

Effectiveness – Pregnancy occurs in 1 out 5 users.

Issues – This method isn’t very effective because there may be sperm in the pre-ejaculate, which can lead to pregnancy. It also requires a lot of self-control and practice. However, it is better than nothing. Unless you are prepared to deal with the possibility of pregnancy, it is highly recommended that you put off intercourse until some other form of contraception can be obtained.

Fertility Awareness – A woman can keep track of her monthly cycle by taking her temperature, by checking the thickness of her vaginal mucus, or by tracking the time of her periods on a calendar. Once she has determined the pattern of her cycle, she can predict when she’s most likely to be fertile. During this fertile period, she stays away from sex, or uses another form of contraception.

Effectiveness – 20% of women become pregnant within the first year of using this method.

Issues – This method helps women understand their bodies and cycles, and can eventually be used to plan a pregnancy. Fertility awareness is not a very effective form of contraception, especially in teens and premenopausal women who have an irregular cycle, and it offers no protection against sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Women need to make sure that their partner will cooperate with them.

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One Response to “Contraception – Timing Methods”

  • sharetops1234:

    I have been married for 20 years and never used any form of contraceptive other than the timing method and withdrawl. It has proved very reliable for us, but you do need to be certain as a woman in knowing your cycle.

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