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I am 27 and planning to get married soon to my fiance who I've been with for 11 years. Our problem is that we don't like using condoms during intercourse because we feel it hinders pleasure. We usually have become accustomed to the pull-out method where he'll pull out just when he is about to cum but there are times when I like him to cum inside. So I often purchase and consume I-pills to deter pregnancy which I thought was absolutely safe until a friend of mine told me that it can cause health issues, including issues relating to child-birth. I want to know whether this is a myth or if its actually valid. Kindly help!
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Well, yeah. In the long run, contraceptives such as i-pills can cause difficulty in conceiving and it messes with your hormone levels thus resulting in late menstual cycles; and the pullout method is not safe, tbh. I know that using a condom doesn't give the same level of pleasure that sex without condom does, but there is a 4% chance the pullout method could go wrong. It can't be done correctly every single time. Don't risk it.
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You can opt for implants under your skin which lasts for 2 to 3 years .you can even try having sex on days when u are leS's fertile,which completely depends on ur menstrual cycle
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Of course it will. I-pills and such curb certain hormones to stop the natural process of implantation. It's called emergency for a reason and should really be restricted to that. There are extra thin condoms available to suit you needs, and also condoms made of materials other than rubber. Using i-pills regularly will harm your body.
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This is unhealthy
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Frequent consumption of i-pill will mess up the mestrual cycle and that will also effect the health to a certain extent.It actually disturbes the whole body mechanics and hormonal disorder as well.For further information please cosult your doctor.
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Frequent consumption of such drugs is never commendable..
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The contraceptives completely mess up your menstrual cycle. Avoid using them as much as possible
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