How effective is withdrawal as a birth control method?

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How effective is withdrawal as a birth control method?

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According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, withdrawal is not the most effective birth control method. It works much better when a male condom is used. Withdrawal is when a man takes his penis out of a womans vagina (or pulls out) before he ejaculates, or has an orgasm. This stops the sperm from going to the egg. Pulling out can be hard for a man to do and it takes a lot of self-control. When you use withdrawal, you can also be at risk getting pregnant BEFORE the man pulls out. When a mans penis first becomes erect, there can be fluid called pre-ejaculate fluid on the tip of the penis that has sperm in it. This sperm can get a woman pregnant. Withdrawal also does not protect you from STDs or HIV.

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Withdrawal is when a man takes his penis out of a woman’s vagina before he ejaculates or has an orgasm. Withdrawal is not an effective birth control method and also does not protect you from STD’s or HIV. Are there any foams or gels that I can use to keep from getting pregnant? You can purchase what are called spermicides in drug stores. They work by killing sperm. They are inserted or placed in the vagina no more than one hour before intercourse. You will need to use more spermicide before each act of intercourse. Spermicides alone are about 74% effective at preventing pregnancy.

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Withdrawal is not the most effective birth control method. It works much better when a male condom is used. Withdrawal is when a man takes his penis out of a woman’s vagina (or “pulls out”) before he ejaculates, or has an orgasm. This stops the sperm from going to the egg. “Pulling out” can be hard for a man to do and it takes a lot of self-control. When you use withdrawal, you can also be at risk getting pregnant BEFORE the man pulls out. When a man’s penis first becomes erect, there can be fluid called pre-ejaculate fluid on the tip of the penis that has sperm in it. This sperm can get a woman pregnant. Withdrawal also does not protect you from STDs or HIV.

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Not very! Withdrawal is when a man takes his penis out of a woman’s vagina (or “pulls out”) before he ejaculates, or has an orgasm. This stops the sperm from going to the egg. “Pulling out” can be hard for a man to do. It takes a lot of self-control. Even if you use withdrawal, sperm can be released before the man pulls out. When a man’s penis first becomes erect, pre-ejaculate fluid may be on the tip of the penis. This fluid has sperm in it. So you could still get pregnant. Withdrawal does not protect you from STIs or HIV.

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Withdrawal is not the most effective birth control method. It works much better when a male condom is used. Withdrawal is when a man takes his penis out of a woman’s vagina (or “pulls out”) before he ejaculates, or has an orgasm. This stops the sperm from going to the egg. “Pulling out” can be hard for a man to do and it takes a lot of self-control. When you use withdrawal, you can also be at risk getting pregnant BEFORE the man pulls out. When a man’s penis first becomes erect, there can be fluid called pre-ejaculate fluid on the tip of the penis that has sperm in it. This sperm can get a woman pregnant. Withdrawal also does not protect you from STDs or HIV.

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