Best 7 Ways Not To Get Pregnant, Safe & Healthy Sex!!

August 8, 2018 Author: Gaurav Shingala
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    Don't have sex without a condom

    1 Please remember that pulling out before ejaculation cannot always prevent pregnancy. Using condoms of good quality can prevent you and your partner getting infected by disease. You can purchase condoms at most any pharmacy or mass-market retailer.
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    Don't miss a daily contraceptive pill

    2 Birth control options are expanding. Nowadays, daily pills, monthly injections, vaginal rings, and intrauterine devices are all options for preventing pregnancy for sexually active people.
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    Avoid drinking so high or drunk

    3 Mostly when you are high with alcohol intake or drug abuse, you tend to forget about your intercourse the next day. You should not get so much in trance mind state that you do not remember what you had last night. Few people also gets involved with group sex parties after clubbing at night. This is very unsafe.
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    Don't have unprotected sex during your period

    4 Highest risk of getting infected of sexually transmitted diseases is during your menstrual period cycles. You should use protection during sex in that duration. You may also have chances of getting aches and pains of hard sex during this cycle.
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    Be careful of the product you use

    5 Sometimes even the famous brands of products fail to give quality and results it is supposed to give. Use a lubricant when you have sex. Condoms can tear or rip if you or your partner is not properly lubricated. Lubricants can also prevent skin tearing during sex. Open skin is an avenue for sharing STIs. Use water- or silicone-based lubricants, not oil-based lubricants. Oil-based lubricants can actually increase the risk of a condom tearing. You must read all directions on the condom box to make sure you use it properly.
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    Abstain from Sex

    6 If you decide to have sex, then it is better to practice safer sex. But not having vaginal, anal or oral sex is the best way to avoid HIV or any disease.
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    Keep your bikini clean and waxed

    128400515 It is better to practice shaving and waxing your private parts-bikini and your area around penis. Unwanted hairs at your private parts can also increase your risk of getting infection.