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sincerecub Group: Members  Joined: 09th Apr, 2009  Topic: 3  Post: 32  Age:  33  
Posted on:17th Apr 2009, 3:45pm
 

Birth Interval

I want to ask that i got married but abhi rukhsati nahi hoi mari wife ki due to some domestic reason. Me and my wife want our first child after 2 years of marriage.

Will you please tell me how we can do sex safely every night so that we can avoid pregnancy of my wife? What are safe ways to do do sex?

aliraza008 Group: Members  Joined: 28th Jul, 2008  Topic: 25  Post: 444  Age:  33  
Posted on:18th Apr 2009, 8:04am
 

sincer

your wife must  injection  3 month or 6 month to avoid pregnancy or jab in injection ki limit over honay wali ho to agin lagwa lay baqi wife ki razamandi say or baqi condom or discharge honay k qareeb vaigna say bahir dischrge karna these are not the safest options.
zeb Group: Members  Joined: 18th Aug, 2007  Topic: 114  Post: 13598  Age:  36  
Posted on:18th Apr 2009, 9:09am
 

hmmm

 to avoid preganncy u can use different methods

ap is site mein book mein wo methods detail mein read keryen aur jo marzi use keryen

 

Doctor K K Group: Members  Joined: 02nd Apr, 2009  Topic: 25  Post: 1967  Age:  40  
Posted on:18th Apr 2009, 2:01pm
 

re:Birth Control

Well for your information I am writing down the methods of birth control or contraception. Be sure that any of the methods below has its own merits and demarits. Better to consult any doctor in person before started it. Thanks

 

METHODS OF CONTRACEPTION:

Time-barrier methods:

 

Withdrawal: This is sometimes called Coitus Interruptus: This involves the man trying to withdraw his penis before he ejaculates. Unfortunately this method is extremely unreliable. The man tends to be distracted at exactly the time when he needs to have his wits about him. Also, large numbers of sperm are present in the lubricating fluid that is discharged from the penis before ejaculation. They can cause pregnancy even without an ejaculation.

Rhythm Method: The date that the woman will next release a mature ovum is estimated on the basis of the average length of her menstrual period, and the time of her last period. If successful, then the technique prevents live sperm and a live ovum from being present in the fallopian tubes simultaneously.

This method actually based on the normal rhythmic changes happening in menstrual cycle. The egg or ovum is secreted from the ovary on day 14 from the last day of menses. Therefore the couple is advised to avoid un-protected sex from day 10 to day 18. This method is based on the regularity of menstrual cycle of the women. However still there are failure rates of this method.

Billings Method: The woman observes her vaginal discharge on a daily basis. There are subtle changes in texture, quantity and color which indicate when ovulation is happening. Sexual intercourse is avoided for a while at that time.

Body Temperature Method: The woman measures her body temperature. There is usually a small rise in temperature after ovulation. Sexual intercourse is avoided for a while at that time.

 

Mechanical-barrier methods:

 

Condoms: The condom is the most common mechanical contraceptive. It is a latex sleeve that is placed over the erect penis. If properly applied, this physical barrier almost certainly keeps sperm from entering the woman's body. It has the added advantage of drastically reducing the chances of either partner contracting a sexually transmitted disease (STD). Rupturing of condoms is frequently reported during force full sexual intercourse. Therefore making sure of the manufacturing quality as well as appropriate force while sexual act is the essence of this method.

Intra-uterine devices (IUDs): are believed to allow fertilization but prevent implantation. The two types that are currently available have a reported effectiveness rate of 99.4 and 99.9%.

The diaphragm: This is a soft rubber cap that is inserted into the vagina and located over the cervix. It is often used with a spermicidal jelly or cream. It physically prevents sperm from entering the uterus, and kills any that come in contact with the spermicide.

The cervical cap: This is like a diaphragm, except that it is smaller. It is shaped like a thimble and fits snugly over the cervix.

Chemical-barrier methods:

 

Contraceptive Pill: Regular usage of the contraceptive pill is generally considered to prevent conception by inhibiting ovulation. It is a very popular method of birth control. Beside advantages using the pills results in different type of problems therefore they should only be started after getting advice from concerned doctor.

Emergency Pills:  Doctors sometimes prescribed multiple contraceptive pills in cases where a woman has had unprotected sex. These pills are now available as an emergency contraceptive kit. The pills may prevent the release of an ovum, or may prevent it from being fertilized; in these cases, it acts as a contraceptive. However, if the ovum has already been fertilized, it is believed that the pills will prevent the implantation of the blastocyst.

sincerecub Group: Members  Joined: 09th Apr, 2009  Topic: 3  Post: 32  Age:  33  
Posted on:18th Apr 2009, 6:14pm
 

Question

Dr. Sahib please tell me that if my wife injects after 3 or 6 months or if she takes tablets for birth control, may i do the intercourse without any condom when she has taken the tablet or injection?

or still i have to use the condom to avoid pregnancy?

what is the most trustable way u suggest?

these days green star injections and tablets are very in. are they trustable? can i do intercourse with my wife when she has taken tablet or injection of greenstar? and can i discharge into her vergina without any condom?

please answer...

Doctor K K Group: Members  Joined: 02nd Apr, 2009  Topic: 25  Post: 1967  Age:  40  
Posted on:19th Apr 2009, 11:05pm
 

re: Birth Contol

Well condom will not be needed if birth controlling pills or depot injections will be given. Remember before starting any thing consult with Green Star. Thanks
zeb Group: Members  Joined: 18th Aug, 2007  Topic: 114  Post: 13598  Age:  36  
Posted on:20th Apr 2009, 8:49am
 

me also agreed to Dr kk

ek waqt mein sirf ek method use kiya jata hai

jub koi method use ho rha hai to phr ap ko condom use kerney ki zarurat nahi hai

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