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Emergency- what contraceptive?!?! Help!

Can the diaphragm be felt during sex? Doesn’t the woman have to take it out after sex, and put it back in herself each time? It does seem like a good option. Like I said, she doesn’t like the feel of condoms, so inspirals will sort it out for me but not for her(I’ve read about them and have been interested for a while).

Plus we will be having so much sex, at least 2-3 times a day(we’ll be cramming 5 months of sex into 15 days :) ), so we would be talking about a lot of condoms here.


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Another thing to add is I dont believe they’ll even let you get an IUD unless you’ve had a kid before, so that may be ruled out.


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Yeah, IUDs can increase chances of infections that can cause infertility, and they also tend not to stay in place as well for women who’ve never had kids. Nonetheless, many doctors will implant them for women who haven’t had kids, and in some countries they are very widely used. It’s something a woman has to talk to her doctor about, with details about her situation.


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My gf and I read about many negatives of using a contraceptive pill. We decided to go ahead and start using the pill Ortho Tri-Cyclen Lo, I believe. The low dosage of estrogen has had given her no problems to date, but you never know how a woman’s body will respond to additional hormones until they try it. I have read of many horror stories of weight gain, acne, decreased libido, etc., but it seemed to work out well for us.

man-of-10, I know how it is trying to cram months of sex into a few days, hoping the sex is good enough to will last you for a while. Best of luck, I wish you and your lady a blissful 15 days of intimacy.


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My girlfriend got an IUD about three years back and so far it’s been great. For the first 6-12 months she was “spotting” a lot, but since then I think she’s gotten her period maybe four or five times. She hasn’t had kids yet (thank goodness) but the doctors at the local womens’ health clinic told her it had more to do with the size of the cervical opening. However, if she’s planning on having kids inside of 4-5 years, it might not be the best way to go.

Oh and by the way, the IUD is the most widely used contraceptive in the world.

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Feed her your sperm. That’ll improve her mood.

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Originally Posted by man-of-10

about the oral pills: I did a lot of research into them. They effectively kill a women’s libido, permanently.

So very wrong.


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Originally Posted by then00bn00b
So very wrong.


So very right. ;)

http://www.womens-health.co.uk/pill_libido.html


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Originally Posted by man-of-10
So very right. ;)

http://www.womens-health.co.uk/pill_libido.html


You can post all the studies you want, even 1000 of them won’t convince me because I’m talking from first hand experience. ;)


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Originally Posted by then00bn00b
You can post all the studies you want, even 1000 of them won’t convince me because I’m talking from first hand experience. ;)


Obviously your women has a great hormone system then(high testosterone levels will reduce SHBG levels). Or perhaps she has a diet low in carbs and high in protein(which again will reduce SHBG levels). Is she on Zane’s fish oil diet?

If I lay in bed most of the day and did zero exercise, I would still be far and away faster than the average human. Does this mean that a lack of exercise and general activity doesn’t cause muscle atrophy and loss in strength?

Your woman is clearly an exception to the “rule”. Science has shown that. Additionally, judging libido is subjective, and therefore unreliable. Research shows that oral contraceptives significantly reduce blood androgen levels, and increase SHBG levels; research has shown that these things are proportional and disproportional to libido respectively. That’s the point at hand.


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Originally Posted by man-of-10
Obviously your women has a great hormone system then(high testosterone levels will reduce SHBG levels). Or perhaps she has a diet low in carbs and high in protein(which again will reduce SHBG levels). Is she on Zane’s fish oil diet?

If I lay in bed most of the day and did zero exercise, I would still be far and away faster than the average human. Does this mean that a lack of exercise and general activity doesn’t cause muscle atrophy and loss in strength?

Your woman is clearly an exception to the “rule”. Science has shown that. Additionally, judging libido is subjective, and therefore unreliable. Research shows that oral contraceptives significantly reduce blood androgen levels, and increase SHBG levels; research has shown that these things are proportional and disproportional to libido respectively. That’s the point at hand.


She’s not on a diet, but she eats healthy food. In this case, libido is not really subjective. She is always in the mood for sex, plain and simple. And when we do it, she gets very very wet. Everything exactly the opposite of what’s written in that article. I don’t know about her hormone system, before taking pills she had some minor acne problems and irregular, painful menstrual cycle, but ever since she started taking pills it all became a lot better. Also, her breasts grew a bit. :)


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Yeah acne is a sign of high free testosterone levels. Obviously your wife is naturally super horny; good find ;) .

But still, libido is completely subjective. It’s not as simple as wanting sex and not wanting sex. There are all the points in between too.


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Originally Posted by man-of-10
Your woman is clearly an exception to the “rule”.

That page says that “as many as 5-10%” of women suffer sexual dysfunction as a side effect of birth control pills. The fact that n00b’s girlfriend didn’t suffer sexual dysfunction doesn’t seem particularly exceptional.

Still, messing with hormones is always a little scary. Just as that study suggested that potentially problematic hormonal shifts lingered for months after stopping the pill, some guys who have taken Propecia for hair loss have reported sexual side effects, including a total loss of lidibo, that lasted for a long time after they stopped taking the pill.


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But then a drop in libido doesn’t necessarily equate to sexual dysfunction does it? You can have a lower libido than you previously had, yet not suffer from sexual dysfunction. I know that if my libido was suddenly lowered by say 50%, I would still want sex.


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Your original statement with which n00b disagreed was that BC pills “kill a woman’s libido, permanently.” I doubt he disagrees that some women experience some loss of libido, and that a few experience serious loss of libido (the “dysfunction” 5-10%).

I’d be curious to see the distribution of results in that study you linked to. It’s possible that only a small minority of women’s hormones and libidos were affected by the pill (and that’s where the overall difference between pill and non-pill groups came from), or there may have been a subtle effect across most of the population. I do think it’s an interesting and important study.


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