Discussion in 'Vaginarium' started by MudRacer4x4, Nov 16, 2008.
Instead of wearing a condom?
long term gf, sure. Anything else ? no.
Still with her I see...
And considering how paranoid you two have been in the past I'd stay stick to the condoms. You two don't need an unexpected child.
I have no idea what a ring is.
I have to assume they mean the BC Nuva Ring.
Just so you know, if she got on that it would still take weeks to be effective. I still say you two need to stick to condoms since you've had "accidents" before and your relationship is way to unstable right now to throw an unwanted kid in the mix.
been trusting it for 2 years and no kids yet
1.) If she's a conniving bitch, she can use the same ring twice, trick you, and tada, you have a kid.
2.) I ended up getting painful rashes at times. When I stopped having sex with the girl who had it, they went away. All it would take would be a chafing from running and it would turn into a dried up rash, almost like a chancre from syphilis but I am STD free, and so is she (at least until we broke up)
3.) I always pulled out.
My last gf had the ring, worked for us. She liked it because it was easy for her and she said she had less side effects from it. I didn't mind it terribly but it was kind of wierd being able to feel it in there during sex.
you can take it out during sex
yeah, but where do you put it when you are fucking on the beach, or at the drive in, or in the bathroom of a movie theater or on a baseball diamond... or, well you get the point.
in your pocket
you can leave it out for like 3 hours without it having any effect, so as soon as you find somewhere to wash it you can pop it right back in.
hmm. i didnt know that. either way i just feel like it would have been an inconvenience for my girl to have to take hers out everytime we had sex so i let her keep it in, but that combined with my frenum piercing definately made for bleeding a few times when it got hooked up on it. also the first time i fingered her I didnt know she had it and I looked up at her kinda shocked, she explained what it was and i went back to pleasuring.
I would trust it as far as effectiveness goes, but don't think I'd ever take it. My sister/cousin both got super, ahem, "irritated" down there from it and it made them really sick, plus just not a fan of the whole taking it in and out.
I'd rather just stick with oral contraceptives or thinking about getting and IUD when I got in for my annual in a month
omfg ouch . yeah we usually leave mine in, but if it starts to bother us i take it out and wash it afterwards.
the first time we had sex i was like "just so you know, i have this birth control that's like...in there. just so you don't think it's an alien fetus or something " and he's like "did you just say 'alien fetus'?" and i'm like "yes". and then we continued banging
OUCH! That just made me cringe!
I think it was a reaction to whatever hormones and chemicals are in the ring....thus taking it out for sex wouldnt have done anything. I got into the habit of washing asap after sex and wearing true running shorts and I stopped having this issue for the most part. It still happened every once and a while.
would i trust something that is 99% effective over something that is 80% effective? yes.
Pill is just as effective as the ring.
Keep it secret!
Keep it safe!
mine gets some shot every 3 months. dunno
my gf is on it. it's awesome. you can take it out if it gets in the way (happens sometimes).
occasionally when i pull out afterward its wrapped around my dick. lol.
you can feel it when you finger the girl but not during sex.
i heard the ring is *not* negated by antibiotics because of its method of hormone administration. is this true?
same with me and my gf.
i remember you posting that story before
just googled it and it appears to be true. medicalnewstoday says NuvaRing shows no interaction with amoxicillin or doxycyclin, two very commonly prescribed antibiotics. along with it not being negated by throwing up quickly after taking it (the pill) and only having to worry about it once a month, it becomes an incredibly reliable form of bc.