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 Post subject: Guide to Birth Control and Pregnancy
PostPosted: 23 Mar 2008, 00:48 
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SEX IS THE MEANS OF HUMAN PROCREATION.
THE PRODUCTS OF SEX ARE BABIES.

So here goes. First, some general points:

If you are unable or unwilling to support a child for any reason, whether it be financial, emotional, or because you're 16 and fucking in your parent's basement, you should either not be having sex at all, OR (if you really can't control your primal urges) you should be USING EFFECTIVE BIRTH CONTROL.

YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONSEQUENCES OF YOUR ACTIONS.

If you cannot take said responsibility seriously, you should not be having sex. Remember that it takes two to tango - guys, that means if you get your girl knocked up, you have to deal with it too, so it's worth your while to take sensible precautions.

OK, rant over: here's the info:

For every available method, I will try to give a brief summary of how it works, the average percentage rate of pregnancy (ARP) while using that method - an ARP is defined as the average number of pregnancies among women using nothing but the method in question FOR ONE YEAR. That is, if you have sex for one year on this method, the ARP is the percentage chance of you getting pregnant.

I'll try to give some of the most obvious pros and cons in terms of how it affects your sex life on the front line. More in depth info about precise mechanisms of action can be found by , on the leaflets that come with the packaging of the birth control product, by talking to your pharmacist/doctor/family planning nurse or taking night classes in pharmacology.

People in committed relationships should sit down and talk about the most appropriate method for them BEFORE they start having sex. To those not in committed relationships, I would recommend condoms, since they are the only method to offer reliable protection against STDs. To everybody, I would seriously recommend considering a combination of contraceptive methods in order to increase effectiveness.

Implants (Norplant and Implanon) ARP 0.09%
An implant inserted just below the skin to slowly release hormones which inhibit both ovulation and the ability of the uterine lining to accept a fertilised ovum. New prescriptions use Implanon. Norplant is no longer available for new prescriptions but those already on Norplant can continue to use it.
Pro: Visit your doctor, get it implanted and you're set for however long your implant lasts for (variable at request).
Con: Can take a year or two for fertility levels to return to normal, so if you decide to start a family, it won't happen immediately. No protection against sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).

"The Shot" (Depo-Provera) ARP 0.3%
An injection of the same progestins that make up Norplant.
Pro: visit your doctor, get a shot and you're good for three months.
Con: Can cause irregular menstruation at first, usually settling down after two to three months, also sometimes nausea, headache, breast tenderness and weight gain. Very rarely can cause depression. Increased susceptibility to osteoporosis. No protection against STDs.

"The Pill" ARP 5%
(It should be pointed out, however, that at least 3% of the pregnancy rate is believed to be caused by human error, ie. forgetting to take the pill, etc.)
Two types available, both with roughly the same ARP. The progestin only pill fools the body into thinking it is already pregnant, making the uterus less able to accept a fertilised ovum. It also thickens the cervical mucus, reducing the chances of sperm ever reaching an ovum. The combined oral contraceptive contains progestin and oestrogen, so has the same effects as the progestin only pill and additionally suppresses ovulation.
Pro: Makes menstruation more regular and (for most women) less painful. If you are regular about taking the pill, it is still one of the most effective, convenient and painless methods available. As an added bonus for teenagers, there is anecdotal evidence that most pill formulations help reduce acne.
Con: YOU HAVE TO REMEMBER TO TAKE THE PILL! For those of you with short attention spans, this may prove difficult. Offers no protection from STDs. Prescription only.

Ortho-Evra ("The Patch") ARP approx 2%
An elastoplast that secretes through the skin the same oestrogen and progestin hormones used in the combination pill. On the market for less than 18 months, so no significant statistical data is available, but in theory its efficacy should be similar to that of the pill minus the human error factor, since there's no daily action required. One patch lasts for a week, she wears it three weeks on and then one week (menstruation) off.
Pro: Nothing to remember daily, just weekly. Most of the same benefits as the combo pill with reduced likelihood of human error. Remains effective regardless of bathing, etc.
Con: The most common side-effects reported during clinical trials were breast discomfort, headache, application site reaction, nausea, upper respiratory infection, menstrual cramps, abdominal pain, nausea and/or vomiting, and mood swings. The patch is less effective for women over 198 lbs. No protection from STDs. More exact data will probably not be available until the Patch has been on the market for another year or so. Prescription only.


Nuva-Ring ARP approx 1%
A soft flexible ring, approx two inches in diameter, inserted into the vagina, impregnated with the same oestrogen and progestin hormones used in the combo pill. Worn for three weeks continuously then discarded. A new ring is then inserted after a week's break. Same mechanism of hormonal action as pill and patch. Like th Patch, a recent release on the market, so the statistical data is not yet significant.
Pro: Unlike diaphragm, etc. exact positioning is not necessary. Same benefits as the pill with greatly reduced likelihood of human error.
Con: A very small percentage of women report discomfort caused by having a foreign object in the vagina. The ring CAN slip out (rarely) and if out for three hours or more, full protection against pregnancy is not regained until a week of continuous use has passed. Common side effects include yeast infection, vaginal discharge or irritation, upper respiratory tract infection, sinus infection, weight gain, and nausea. More exact data will probably not be available until the Ring has been on the market for another year or so. No protection against STDs.


Intrauterine Device (IUD) ARP 1-2%
A T-shaped device inserted into the uterus, usually made of copper and sometimes impregnated (no pun intended) with progestin. Works by introducing a foreign object in the uterine environment which causes the body to reject embryos. One of the lowest failure rates of all methods.
Pro: Extremely long term. The Copper-T device can be left in place for up to 10 years.
Con: Has been associated with pelvic infections and inferitility. Modern IUDs have solved most of these problems. No protection against STDs.
Paragard Copper T380A


Male Condom ARP 14%
Barrier method, covers penis, usually coated with spermicide (but also available without), so most sperm die and those that don't (in theory) never reach the ovum anyway.
Pro: Best available protection against STDs. If you are sexually active OUTSIDE of a committed relationship, this is by far your best choice.
Con: Can be bad for spontaneity ("hang on, I know I've got a condom here somewhere"), but if you build the putting on of the condom into foreplay, this is actually a bonus. Reduces sensation for both parties, but thin condoms are available. Condoms can break. Also, if either of you have a latex or spermicide allergy, then investigate polyurethane condoms or non-spermicide-coated condoms - the last thing you want is an allergic reaction down there


Female Condom ARP 21%
Barrier method, inserted into vagina before sex. Usually spermicide-coated.
Pro: Protection against STDs.
Con: Even worse than male condom for loss of sensation and interruption of spontaneity. It is also possible for the man to "miss" the condom on entry, pushing the condom to the side of the vagina, thereby rendering it totally ineffective.

Vaginal sponge ARP 20% unless you've already had children, in which case it rises to 40%.
Sponge soaked in spermicide (usually nonoxynol-9) inserted into the vagina before sex and left in place for up to 12 hours afterwards.
Pro: Not many. Only really effective as a redundant secondary method.
Con: Associated with risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS). Inappropriate for spermicide allergy sufferers. No protection against STDs.


Cervical Cap/Diaphragm ARP 20% unless you've already had children, in which case it rises to 40%.
Flexible rubber cap to cover the neck of the womb, acting as a barrier to sperm entry. Usually coated in spermicide.
Pro: Allows repeated sexual activity in short spans of time without the need to worry about renewing the contraceptive.
Con: Associated with HIGH risk of TSS following prolonged use. Can cause foul odours and/or vaginal discharge. No protection against STDs.

Vaginal Spermicide ARP 26%
Spermicide inserted in to the vagina before sex as a foam, suppository, film or gel (most commonly Nonoxynol-9). In theory kills all sperm in the vagina before they can fertilise an ovum.
Pro: Perfect use ARP is as low as 5%. Available cheaply without presecription. Foams and gels provide additional lubrication.
Con:Messy! Must wait a few minutes after insertion before intercourse, so could be bad for spontaneity. Vaginal douching post-intercourse not recommended for at least 30 min, so not good if you like to feel clean immediately afterwards. New dose of spermicide needed for each act of intercourse, even in short space of time. Some spermicides can irritate vaginal lining. No protection against STDs.
http://health.yahoo.com/health/drug/202531/overview

Withdrawal ARP 19%
Taking it out before he spurts.
Pro: Full sensation.
Con: Sperm is present in low concentrations in the penile discharges long before orgasm, making this method about as effective as crossing your fingers. Ultimately unsatisfying, since you deprive yourselves of the opportunity to climax together. No protection against STDs.

Rhythm method ARP 25%
Monitoring of the woman's temperature fluctuations, period timings, and other biological observations to determine when she is at her most fertile - you then avoid having unprotected sex at these times.
Pro: Full sensation, except when she's ovulating.
Con: Sperm can survive for up to 36 hours in the uterus - so if she ovulates within 36 hours of your last sexual activity, the risk of pregnancy is high. No protection against STDs.


No contraception ARP 85%.


IMPORTANT: EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION
If you make a mistake, you should seek emergency contraception. If you think there is a risk you might become pregnant because, say, the condom broke, take it just in case. It's usually available from most pharmacists confidentially. I would DEFINITELY NOT recommend using it as a means of regular contraception - it is an emergency measure only.

The morning after pill is essentially a very high dose of the same hormones found in regular contraceptive pills. It is most effective when taken within 72 hours (3 days) of a SINGLE act of unprotected sex, and various sources quote its effectiveness to be between 75% and 89% for preventing pregnancy in such cases. Its efficacy has been shown to extend to 120 hours (5 days) after a single act of unprotected intercourse, with a rapid decline after that period.

Where to get it?
1-800-230-PLAN (7526) for a Planned Parenthood
1-888-NOT-2-LATE (668-2528) for a list of your local EC providers.
1-800-994-WOMAN (9662)
http://www.getthepill.com

Worldwide:
http://www.not-2-late.com/
http://ec.princeton.edu/ (same site, in case forwarding is broken)

Personal experience: I've had one pregnancy scare: my boyfriend and I had sex and the following morning I took my pill, but vomited half an hour later -I took the morning after pill and everything was fine.

I spent hours researching and typing this, so show some appreciation by and hopefully we won't need another "what birth control method should we use" or "help my gf might be pregnant" thread.


I've done some research about pregnancy from sites like http://www.webmd.com and others.

Here are many of the common signs of pregnancy, AND other problems/illnesses that could be associated with these signs:

1) A missed period (DUH): this may take several weeks to know whether your period is just late or if you've missed it completely; and you won't have another period until after the child is born
-could also be a result of tension, stress, changes in birth control (pills or injections), excessive gain/loss of weight, fatigue

2) constant tiredness or fatigue: its a result of the pregnancy hormones pumping through your body, usually appears 1-6 weeks after conception
-could also be a result of tension, stress, depression, poor diet, flu, lack of exercist, poor sleep, or lack of sleep

3) Nausea or Queasyness: "morning sickness", though it can occur anytime during the day or night; again, as a result of those happy pregnancy hormones, usually occurs 2-8 weeks after conception
-could also be a result of food poisoning, tension, infection, gall bladder problems, flu, or other problems

4) frequent need to pee: especially as the baby grows, your bladder is pushed down upon and you need to pee more and more frequently; its also a result of those happy pregnancy hormones, usually occurs 6-8 weeks after conception
-could also be a result of urinary tract infections, drinking diuretics (things that dehydrate you, sodas for example), tension, diabetes, or drinking of excess fluids

5) painful breasts: sore/swollen, like one would get right before their period, except worse; usually occurs 1-2 weeks after conception
-could also be a result of bodily adjustments to birth control pills, begining of your period, or fibrocystic breast conditions

6) darkening of the nipple: breasts are for breast feeding, so they're gonna go through some changes; usually begining 1-14 weeks after conception
-could also be a result of a hormonal imbalance (birth control pills or other)

7) bleeding or "spotting": blood is usually pink or brown, its a result of the egg implanting; occurs about a week or so after ovulation
-could also be a result of the begining of your period, or body adjustments to starting some method of birth control

8) backaches/headaches: can start within a few days of conception
-could also be a result of dehydration, caffine withdrawl, back problems, mental stains, eye strain, or other problems.

9) food cravings: usually last the entire pregnancy, but specifically in the first trimester
-could also be a result of poor diet, stress, depression, or imminent menstration

10) mood swings: results from the sudden change in hormones
-could also be a result of hormone level changes from starting/stopping birth control, PMS, or other new medications

11) increased vaginal discharge: could be a change in the amount, to consistency, to color
-could also be a result of yeast or other vaginal infections, or imminent menstration


Please be aware that if you think you, or someone you love, is pregnant, keep yourself or them calm. Stress can change how your body functions to lead you to believe that you have symptoms of pregnancy that might not actually be there.

The only way you can be sure is to take a pregnancy test. These tests range from urination tests, to ultrasound, to physical examinations, to blood tests. You can go to your normal doctor or health care provider, or you can go to a variety of planned parenthood clinics. These tests can detect pregnancy as soon as days after conception.

Various further resources:

http://www.webmd.com
http://www.babyzone.com
http://www.umm.edu/pregnancy/beforep...pregsigns.html
http://pregnancy.about.com
http://health.yahoo.com


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 Post subject: Re: Guide to Birth Control and Pregnancy
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http://www.consumerreports.org/main/con ... t_id=19263
Consumer Reports tested condoms to see how they would hold up during use.
The top 7 all scored the same and are listed them alphabetically.


The Top Condoms:
1. Durex Extra Sensitive Lubricated
2. Durex Performax Lubricated
3. LifeStyles Classic Collection Ultra Sensitive Lubricated
4. TheyFit Lubricated
5. Trojan Extended Pleasure Climax Control
6. Trojan Non-lubricated
7. Trojan Ultra Pleasure Spermicidal


The Planned Parenthood condoms came in at the bottom of the list. (hey, if you get knocked up then they'll make money on the abortion.)
"We tested 120 samples of each model except the Planned Parenthood Honeydew, whose initial failure merited a retest of a larger sample of 500."
yikes. hope you're not using those.

What surprised me, "The report discourages use of Spermicidal Condoms partly because they 'have a shorter shelf life, and may cause urinary-tract infections in young women.'"
I had always been told to get the spermicidal ones to cut down the failure rate.


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You no, it is not worth it to get pregnant at a young age. Until I want to conceive a child I will remain on Birth Control and I will stick to condoms. I mean yeah it blows, but it the long run you will thank yourself:)

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You no, it is not worth it to get pregnant at a young age. Until I want to conceive a child I will remain on Birth Control and I will stick to condoms. I mean yeah it blows, but it the long run you will thank yourself:)


*shakes head*

are people really this fucking stupid

*shakes head again*

I mean come one

*shakes head*

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spiderwebb wrote:
You no, it is not worth it to get pregnant at a young age. Until I want to conceive a child I will remain on Birth Control and I will stick to condoms. I mean yeah it blows, but it the long run you will thank yourself:)


First off, know, not no. It's two extra letters, if you're smart enough to get on bc AND use a condom, you should be smart enough to understand and spell English.

Second, are we finally playing the point out the obvious game? Sweet, I'm in. *gasp!!* You mean..... it's ......NOT worth getting pregnant young?!?! *bursts into tears* There goes my plans. Goddamn it and I was all set too!

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EnleverJusteLeBord wrote:
...you should be smart enough to understand and spell English.
(...)
There goes my plans.


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EnleverJusteLeBord wrote:
First off, know, not no. It's two extra letters, if you're smart enough to get on bc AND use a condom, you should be smart enough to understand and spell English.


I'd so like to be making fuck with you right now

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She's not Asian OR your fiance. Not to mention, WAY too good to be making fuck with you.

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WAY too good to be making fuck with you.


the fucks that supposed to mean whitey?

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the fucks that supposed to mean whitey?

Demonstration of comeback #1, anything you'd like to add?

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Fear wrote:
the fucks that supposed to mean whitey?

Demonstration of comeback #1, anything you'd like to add?


And here we have personality #1 of missB, the annoying wannabe e-badass

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Fear wrote:
MissBrown wrote:
Fear wrote:
the fucks that supposed to mean whitey?

Demonstration of comeback #1, anything you'd like to add?


And here we have personality #1 of missB, the annoying wannabe e-badass

Comeback #2, style copycat

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MissBrown wrote:
Fear wrote:
MissBrown wrote:
Fear wrote:
the fucks that supposed to mean whitey?

Demonstration of comeback #1, anything you'd like to add?


And here we have personality #1 of missB, the annoying wannabe e-badass

Comeback #2, style copycat


FEAR wrote:
And here we have personality #1 of missB, the annoying wannabe e-badass

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One morning I woke up and found my favorite pigeon, Julius, had died I was devastated and was gonna use his crate as my stickball bat to honor him. I left the crate on my stoop and went in to get something and I returned to see the sanitation man put the crate into the crusher. I rushed him and caught him flush on the temple with a titanic right hand he was out cold, convulsing on the floor like a infantile retard. - Mike Tyson


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Haha Fear, you kick ass. :-D


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Haha Fear, you kick ass. :-D


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Too uninspired to come up with something new?

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Too uninspired to come up with something new?


You didn't come up with anything new why should I

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and #3, thanks.

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Thanks Fear, that means something to me. :P

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