Discussion in 'Vaginarium' started by Kortiz-DZ, Jul 20, 2007.
Birthcontrol can have side effects
So rip out her uterus with your bare hands. Or wear a condom.
Well then you need to wear a condom if you have sex...or be prepared for 18 years of payments and fathering.
My girlfriend, who I have been dating for over a year now is against bc. It's her choice and if you want her you wrap it, or find yourself one who is on the pill. Simple really...
BC can really play with your emotions and can have physical side affects like weight gain so I can see how it wouldn't be appealing to everyone. It can be pretty expensive too, if your insurance doesn't cover enough of it that is. Why exactly doesn't she want to take it? Is it because of side effects etc or is she just against it in general? If it's because of side affects she should talk to a doc and will probably be able to find one that works for her body and doesn't mess her up. If it's a moral or mental thing and she's just against it, well...I hope you like condoms or babies.
so wear a condom. Hell, even if she was on BC, you should still be wearing a condom, unless you KNOW she is clean, and are planning on staying with this girl for the rest of your life.
Just because a girl gets on BC, does not mean you no longer need to be responsible.
I'm not even gonna type out a long response.
Bottom line: YOU need to decide if this is a dealbreaker for YOU or not.
There are alot of birthcontrol options without hormones such as
Diaphragm, IUD, Spermicide and a barrier, Spermicide condoms + spermicide.
It just takes a lot more effort than just laying down and fucking...personally I hated the pill was on it for 5-6yrs. I am now married and have a copper IUD and freaking LOVE IT!
depends on the thread
ive never seen a thread like this before......................................................................................
wear a condom if you like her, find a new girl if you aren't that into her.
so wear a condom
or talk to her about the various forms of birth control. a lot of women can't go on bc with hormone's cause it'll throw their body out of whack
You are really an ass about this and until you get your MD or have a vagina you should probably just keep your opinion about it to yourself.
I've actually never been on BC, so I have no idea, but there are a lot of options these days with little to no hormones...she should talk to her doctor about it to make a decision, but when it comes down to it, it's her body and her decision whether she wants to take medicine/put a foreign object in it.
what girl wouldnt want to take birth control if they were having sex?
i'll tell you which.
one that wants a kid!
get ready to start handing over your checks!
if that's true then he should be adult enough to talk to her about it and he should wear a condom to protect himself from such things.
she openly stated she didn't want to take birth control, now it's his responsiblity to do what he needs to do to take care of himself
Same here. Although I didn't actually go off the pill, I chose a different brand/hormone balance. I switch pills and couldn't believe the difference. I'm so much happier with what I'm on now. Spermicide (and condoms with spermicide) is known to irritate the skin and can be really uncomfortable for certain girls. I don't think I could ever use something like an IUD but there's always the shot or the ring. The point is, the girl has options and needs to figure out what is right for her.
What happened to the OP? I'm still waiting to find out why exactly the girl doesn't want to take BC.
just get fixed
Not true. Birth control really sucks for some girls. It kills my sex drive and makes me really moody. I'd rather have to use condoms than deal with that shit.
I understand there are still things you can use..such as condoms.. but the fact is those dont always work. So for a girl to not want to take birth control you are BOTH still taking a risk. I higher risk that is. I have never taken birth control (no need to since girls dont get girls pregnant without turkey basters!)
I just..think..well gosh I guess I really just am not educated enough on this to know how it really affects you enough to take such a risk.
so what are the affects?
Every medication has some side effects...even OTC stuff, it just depends on the person how much they are affected by it. Most women can find a pill with minimal side-effects, but a lot get frustrated and just give up.
I've taken a lot of different medications and side-effects are very real things...but with a lot of medications just sticking with it can help. As I said I've never taken BC, but no medication is exempt from side-effects, it just depends how much a person is affected by it.
If she doesnt want to take BC pills, you can:
1-wrap it and tap it
2-not wrap and tap
3-tap someone else.
Seems pretty cut and dry.
Closing as we have been here before...plus the enormous amount of detail that you offered us is simply overwhelming.