Most newly wed couples and even the young teenagers, want to try and avoid using contraceptives. Apparently, both the sexes feel that condoms are a compromise on the pleasure aspect and the idea of contraceptive pills doesn’t appeal to each and every girl.
With not much of contraceptive alternatives left, most couples are in a constant search for a natural contraceptive. And quite a few of these couples think about using the “pull out” technique as a birth control measure.
The “pull out” technique is about pulling out the male organ before ejaculation, so as to ejaculate outside the women’s body. And although this might seem like a lovely solution to avoiding contraceptives while still being able to prevent birth control, but you must understand that this method is not fool proof.
Can a woman get pregnant without ejaculation?
Even though this technique does cut down ones chances of getting pregnant, still Ejaculating outside the vagina isn’t a sure shot way of preventing unwanted pregnancies.
The reason is that the pre-seminal fluid that is discharged during the intercourse can contain sperms. And as we know just one sperm is enough to get a woman pregnant.
What you need to understand here is that pre-seminal fluid is not produced with the sperms already in it. It’s just that some of the sperms may have remained stuck in the urethra from the last ejaculation, and these sperms may get pushed out with the seminal fluid. This usually happens when you end up in two or more sex sessions one after the other without the man stepping into the toilet to urinate between sessions.
These remaining sperms usually get flushed out with urine, so if you want his technique to work as a birth control measure then its effectiveness can be increased if the man urinates before sex to clear off any sperms in the urethra.
Even with all the care taken, this method is only 75-90% effective, so ifÂ you strictly don’t want to become pregnant, you must consider other contraceptive methods like birth control pills and condoms which have a 99% success rate.