Withdrawal Method of Contraception

Withdrawal, also known as Coitus Interuptus, is sex in which the man pulls out before ejaculation.

While this is a commonly-used method of contraception, it cannot be relied upon for two important reasons: Firstly, if a man experiences an orgasm (by himself or during any other sex act) during the hours before he has intercourse with his partner, there is a possibility that live sperm will be present in his tubes and be expelled with the sexual arousal fluid (pre-cum) which is secreted before a man reaches orgasm.

Secondly, there is a chance of accidental pregnancy if a man ejaculates near a woman’s vaginal opening during her fertile days when her fertile-type secretion enables the sperm to enter and swim up quickly through the vagina and cervix, to meet the egg. Many women have (miraculously) conceived this way.

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