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Are Ipills also neccesary to be taken when condom is used?

asked Mar 16, 2017 in Questions by Jakekaria (120 points)

I am 21 years old. I want to know whether I-pills are neccesary to be taken when use condoms?

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Yet another question about my pills, and yet again, another illustration of a lack of knowledge about these things.

If you are wearing a condom, and the condom doesn't leak or split in some way, there is no need for any other form of contraception. A condom is an effective barrier that prevents your semen from impregnating your girlfriend or wife. If your semen does not come in contact with your partners and fertilised eggs, you cannot make her pregnant. It really is that straightforward, and I wish that people would get their facts right before they even start having sex. You don't drive a car without having a few lessons, so why do you think you can start having sex without knowing anything about it?

The I pill itself is an emergency device that stops a fertilised egg from implanting in the lining of the worm, and developing into a baby. It does not stop individual sperms from fertilising the female egg. It works by producing a flood of hormones that are normally released when a girl is pregnant. It mimics pregnancy, making the body think that there is already a child in the womb, and thereby rejecting any possibility of another egg implanting stop I'm not a medical expert, and that is the general principle, and if you took the trouble to read up about these things, you would know beforehand.

The IPL is not, and never has been intended as a straightforward contraceptive. It is an emergency pill, which is only supposed to be used after an event such as a condom splitting, or a girl being raped, or at best, because she, for some reason, wasn't using an effective contraceptive. It is not acceptable to act irresponsibly, and have sex without any kind of contraceptive, then expect the girl to take and I pill after the event.

Your question suggests that you are using a condom, but if you don't know why you were wearing it, you shouldn't even be having sex in the first place.

answered Mar 16, 2017 by sexysalma (14,995 points)
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I pills are emergency pills and should be taken only if you have unsafe sex, i.e. when you have not used a condom or when the condom breaks or slips and your semen has flowed into your partner’s vagina.

I pills are not to be used as a method of birth control. They have lots of side effects and generally disrupts the menstruation cycle of the woman.

If you are using condoms properly and in time, before you penetrate your partner, then that is enough and will prevent chances of pregnancy.

answered Mar 17, 2017 by longhands1 (78,150 points)

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