My girlfriend is starting birth control.

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  1. JohnJohnJohnson

    JohnJohnJohnson Effetely Sipping My Latte OT Supporter

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    99.7, according to her doctor. About the same as a condom. Skin 2 skin! :wavey: I'll probably come in 5 seconds. :hsugh:
     
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    yeah, it's nice. Hopefully her sex drive will not disappear.
     
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    And hopefully she won't gain 30 pounds, like most girls I see that go on birth control.

    Then again, I may see a lot of hot girls on BC, and just don't ask.

    But, skin to skin ftw!

    Remember, girls count sex from the moment you start kissing, until you stop cuddling afterwards, and everything in between. Focus on the foreplay, and you'll be known as a long laster, ftw!
     
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    Birth control usually causes an increase in sexual drive btw as well as breast size and slight bit of weight, but usually moold swings also.
     
  5. Cerridwen

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    Sorry to burst your bubble, but condoms are *NOT* 99.7% effective!
    Don't forget to continue to use condoms the first month (depending on the type of BC and when she starts using it).
     
  6. Cerridwen

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    Yeah, but she also got pregnant on the shot ;)
    Is she still using it?
     
  7. Chipwich

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    are they less?
     
  8. Cerridwen

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    Here's some info taken from my sticky (which has a TON of birth control information btw)


    The Male Condom. There's a whole section on condoms elsewhere in on the Safer Sex Page, so we'll keep this short. Condoms are not only your best friend in the fight against AIDS and STDs; they're a supercheap birth control method. Always choose latex (not animal skin), and use a water-based lube (not oil-based). Read the ingredients--Probe, Astroglide, KY Jelly are all water- based. Some condoms are pre-treated with Nonoxynol 9, which may prevent the transmission of HIV. And it lubricates too! However, it does make some people (usually guys) itch or get a rash. If so, buy pristine unlubricated latex condoms and use a side of lube (Probe, Astroglide, KY Jelly). As mentioned elsewhere, spread the lube on the outside of the condom after you put it on, and put one friction-increasing droplet on the inside before you put it on, if you so desire. (Not too much, or the condom could slip off.) Yum. When used right, condoms have a failure rate of about 2%, but more typically they fail about 12% of the time. If you follow the explicit how-to-use-a-condom directions elsewhere on this page, and combine a condom with spermicide, you'll achieve the joy that is nearly 100% protection from pregnancy. By the way, the U.S. government, as represented by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, says that all condoms made in the U.S. have to pass stringent tests by the manufacturer. In addition, both imported and domestic condoms are randomly tested by the government to be sure they meet quality requirements. Therefore, says the CDC, there's no need to worry that you're buying an inferior brand of condom. But just so you know, a certain consumer publication tested a bunch of condoms in, admittedly, a way that doesn't mimic real-life conditions: they inflated condoms with air and observed when they popped. The publication found that the seven top performers were Excita Extra Ultra-Ribbed with spermicide, Ramses Extra Ribbed with spermicide, Sheik Elite 1, LifeStyles Vibra-ribbed, Ramses Extra with spermicide, Ramses Sensitol and Sheik Elite, Ribbed with spermicide. The seven least reliable performers were LifeStyles UltraSensitive, Trojan Extra Strength, Trojan Mentor, Trojan Plus, Trojan Very Thin, Trojan-Enz, Trojans Nonlubricated.



    The Polyurethane Condom. There exists a male condom made from polyurethane instead of latex. In the U.S., it's sold under the name Avanti. It's promoted as being twice as thin as latex condoms and impervious to oil-based lubricants, but some studies have indicated that it breaks far more easily than its latex counterpart. Good Vibrations, a longtime purveyor of sex tools and toys for women, decided to stop selling them because of customer complaints. Still, for people who are sensitive to latex, it's an option.
     
  9. Cerridwen

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    That stinks actually. I never thought about the part of having to wait the full 3 months before you can switch birth control methods.
     
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    Skin on skin is the best, but make sure she takes it at the same time each day. Of course I never put much faith in any form of birth control, a friend of mine is pregnant with her third right now, her first one she got preggo while on the shot, and the last two are even after having her tubes tied. Some people just can't be stopped from reproducing.
     
  11. JohnJohnJohnson

    JohnJohnJohnson Effetely Sipping My Latte OT Supporter

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    Polls were taken where participants occasionally:
    "pulled out"
    "double-wrapped"
    "reverse-wrapped"
    "didn't wrap."
     
  12. Cerridwen

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    Which pretty much describes 'average use' ;)
    If you look in the stats in my post, there is also one for 'perfect use' which still has a 2% failure rate.
     
  13. Freeze Time

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    No, its not. If 100 women had sex with a partner who wore a condom, and 15 got pregnant, thats 85%.

    Factor in a YEAR of regular use, which for ease of use, is 52 times(once a week). Thats 5200 bangings. Of those 5200, 15 ended with pregnancy.

    Thats about 99.8 percent.

    Of course, my math is just an example, and not the real facts, but condoms are a great way to protect against pregnancy and STDs.
     
  14. Cerridwen

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    :uh: Out of every 100 women who used condoms as birth control (for the year), 15 of them got pregnant.
    You are confusing your facts here. Failure rates are computed by how many women became pregnant, it has nothing to do with how many times they had sex ;)
     
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    JohnJohnJohnson Effetely Sipping My Latte OT Supporter

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    Yes, how many women became pregnant over the course of a whole year of fucking, as he said. What about his post is incorrect? If it were actually 85% per usage, then every 20 times you fuck, you get pregnant 3 times. This is not the case. He's right: each single usage has a very very high probability of preventing pregnancy. We have to assume an average of at least 52 fucks per person.

    Additionally, the pool of people who maintained "perfect use" is smaller, therefore less statistically solid than the "average use" pool.
     
  16. Cerridwen

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    Let's read this one again. Pulled from Planned Parenthood's website (where the original facts in question come from)
    http://www.plannedparenthood.org/pp2/portal/files/portal/medicalinfo/birthcontrol/pub-birth-control-02.xml
    Facts About Birth Control



    Comparison Of Effectiveness
    Number of Pregnancies per 100 Women
    During First Year of Use***

    Holy cow, that's amazing. Does it actually tell you RIGHT THERE that effectiveness is based on the number of pregnancies per 100 women during first year of use? Does it mention *ANYTHING*AT*ALL about how many times those women have had sex?
    All of the misinformation out there is exactly why so many people are having so many unplanned pregnancies
    But you go ahead and keep thinking that using condoms is 97.x% effective. :rolleyes: When the truth is you are doing nothing but making assumptions about the rates. Why not take them for what they are? I'm SURE that the people who did the study are a little bit more knowledgeable than you are (and I) about this subject.

    I'll even include with the little asteriks in there mean.
     
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    if thats what you truly think, congrats on being an idiot. :rofl:
     
  18. Cerridwen

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    :rofl: I didn't even notice that one!
    It must be one SORE woman who is done 100 times a week!
     
  19. Cerridwen

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    Actually, I was thinking about it and the way he is explaining it is out of the 100 women that have sex, they have sex a cumulative amount of 5200 times a year (each woman 52 times).
    He is trying to base the effective rates off of a made up number instead of accepting them for what they are.
     
  20. JohnJohnJohnson

    JohnJohnJohnson Effetely Sipping My Latte OT Supporter

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    Big JJJ says, "If pigs had wings, they would fly," and baby Lauren says, "RAWFL! PIGS DON'T HAV WINGS U IDIOT"

    No, pigs don't have wings, and they don't fly.

    Lauren, the intelligence you may have expressed in any previous posts is contraindicated by your LAWL I DON GET IT rejection of an obvious statement: 85% effective means 17/20. The study says that 3 out of 20 women will get pregnant with average use over the course of a year. It does not say that 3 out of 20 times you have sex, you will find that the condom failed.

    03 white zx3, we don't know how often these average users had sex. That means we don't know how effective condoms are per usage, only over the course of a year, in a random sampling of shockingly incompetent men and women no less. The perfect users in turn may have each had sex only one time that year, in which case, every 50 times you fuck with a perfectly used condom, you are likely to get pregnant once. If the perfect users all had sex 100 times a year, the safety per usage would be extraordinarily higher. Thus the number of times that these couples had sex in a year is important to know, whether or not the study had the resources to include that information. Lauren, you will forgive me when I say that it's just simple math.
     
  21. lauren

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    cause, jjj, thats not how statistics work. past events have no bearing on future predictions or events. anyways, im not getting into this mess, i was merely expressing my delight.
     
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    I got 2 girls pregnant and both of them were on the pill. I saw them take it every night so I know they werent lying about it. One I even used a condom, but it broke. I think I have the sperm of superman.
     
  23. lauren

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    did you see the prego test, or the resulting baby and paternity test?
     
  24. JohnJohnJohnson

    JohnJohnJohnson Effetely Sipping My Latte OT Supporter

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    then don't speak from the anus next time you unstoppable idiot
    good, rise above it
     
  25. DJ Zeratul

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    i saw the prego tests... and im pretty sure it was my sperm and not random guy A's sperm but who knows
     

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