Five Contraceptive myths that puts you at risk of pregnancy

Five Contraceptive myths that puts you at risk of pregnancy

Some contraceptive methods like condoms make sex less pleasurable. False! Most guys use this as an excuse in other to avoid using condoms; they say it decreases their pleasure. It’s either fit too tight, too loose, or any number of other reasons to talk you in to having sex without condoms. Don’t believe them!

Being on the Pill for a long time might hamper pregnant later. False! It may seem hard to believe, but it’s possible to get pregnant as soon as you stop taking the pills.

Contraceptives are very expensive. False! Most young people use this as an excuse not to use contraceptives, that’s not true. Contraceptives are very cheap and affordable to get. A card of pills cost only CFA 100 francs

Contraceptives prevent STIs/HIV. False! Only condoms have been proven to reduce the risk of getting STIs and HIV other contraceptive methods only prevent an unwanted pregnancy.

The pullout method is as good as using pills. False! For some reason, a lot of young people think the pullout method is an alternative to prevent unwanted pregnancies. This is not true, as your panther may not be too quick to pullout on time. Secondly, there is enough sperm during the pre-ejaculate process to get you pregnant. More so, this method doesn’t provide any protection from STIs/HIV.

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