pull out method
Posted Fri Sep 04, 2009 11:49 PM
Posted Sat Sep 05, 2009 12:11 AM
Precum can also pass on STDs.
There are carriers of STDs that show no symptoms themselves but can infect their partner.
For example, once you're infected with HPV, it could be years before you show symptoms yourself.
STDs can go as long as six months and not show up in blood work for testing for STDs.
There's no way to give a percentage for your chance of pregnancy using the pull out method.
Condoms and birth control are each over 99% effective.
That percentage for condoms is the same as far as transmitting STDs.
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NB OH-Seven! said:
I'm sincerely sorry to hear that bro .
Posted Sat Sep 05, 2009 08:24 PM
Posted Sat Sep 05, 2009 08:25 PM
But the pull-out method does work, the girls who get pregnant from it are the one's whose boyfriend/husband waited too long to pull out or fucked them a second time after they had already cum recently. There are a lot of guys who wait until the very last second as in the cum is shooting up their urethra - this is bad because they tend to misjudge where it's at and of course sometimes they shoot a little inside.
True pull-out method is where you remove your penis right when you feel the tingle in the nerve cluster just above the prostate that signals the point of no return. Then jerk it with your hand the rest of the way - making sure you don't get any inside the entrance of the pussy.
Of course, this is not going to stop any STD's so do this at your own risk.
Drunk sex can definitely mess it up too since it's harder to judge the ejaculatory response. I've done the pull out method for almost 20 years, worked just fine for me...and I've had my sperm count checked (above average) so low sperm count had nothing to do with how well the method worked. All the women I've been with have all had children with other men so their fertility was not a factor either.
My policy growing up was only use the pull-out method on women you were in long term relationships with and knew you would be okay with marrying if something go messed up. Condoms on all women that were one night stands or not in the marrying category.
Getting pregnant is somewhat difficult unless you are a person who gets really really wet, your cervix is pointed in the right direction or if one of his cum shots is able to get the cum on the tip of your cervix.
Just be careful and you should be fine. Remember if he cheats on you with another woman who has an STD you will probably get it.
Posted Sat Sep 05, 2009 10:14 PM
Posted Sun Sep 06, 2009 01:14 PM
That sixth trigger pull is a real mutha ........
Posted Mon Sep 14, 2009 07:24 PM
Posted Mon Sep 14, 2009 10:03 PM
Edit: The article requires a NYTimes.com membership to read, which is free to make. Search for "withdrawl method finds ally." Pulling out doesn't help with preventing STDs, but it almost as good as a condom when you actually do pull out.
Posted Mon Sep 14, 2009 10:09 PM