lu_llaby: How much extend coitus interruptus can prevent pregnancy? Is this a secure method in intercourse?
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Answer by mikojay
If you are asking if coitus interruptus is an effective meathod of bith control, the answer is no. I don’t know how to phrase the answer in a manner that gets past the censors, so just trust me.
Coitus Interruptus doesn’t work! Use condoms or some other form of birth control. The rhythm method works about 80% of the time, provided your cycles are VERY regular. Count the first day of your menses as day 1, avoid sexual intercourse on days 12 through 16. I would include days 11 and 17 for added security. This is the least reliable method of birth control.Answer by always_tinkin
This is NOT a secure way to prevent pregnancy. Even if the man doesn’t think he ejaculated yet, there are sperm in the fluid that comes out before that time. This method also relies on the man knowing exactly when “it’s” going to happen and to be able to “interrupt” in time. Use another method of birth control (like a condom) to help prevent pregnancy.Answer by oracowboy
No way. First, there is some semen in the ejaculate which comes as lubrication. Second, depending on conditions, can you be sure of full exit and good disposal EVERY time?
I have a good buddy who swears by it, and he has 3 kids to show for how reliable it is.