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When Birth Control Fails (Video)


Broken condom? Forgotten birth control pill? When birth control fails, it's only natural to wonder, 'Am I Pregnant?' - but the statistics aren't as scary as you might think. Find how likely you are to be pregnant in this video. Related: 13 Sex Secrets of Married Couples

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2:25AM PDT on Mar 14, 2013

thanks for sharing

3:08PM PST on Mar 8, 2013

Edgar.....Do you know that planet earth is now host to eight billion "new life" as you put it. Prey tell how is Mother Earth going to FEED, HOUSE, EDUCATE & MEDICATION THIS MASSIVE LOAD OF HUMANITY???????

Hope you canfoot the bill.........Remember Less is More for all!!!!

Wherevever you go there once was a forest.
Plant and protect Danny's trees for life.
Trees are the lungs of the earth.

2:54PM PST on Mar 8, 2013

What to do if you are pregnant? Crying in the wailing wall? 's face with joy the new life that is coming.

7:50PM PST on Mar 5, 2013

thanks

11:56AM PST on Mar 5, 2013

Andy, I will give your comment the "benefit of a doubt" as to it being serious or a joke. If serious, that is the worst medical or sexual advice Ive ever read/heard. I think having a DVD of JAWS going on in the background might be as effective.

6:21AM PST on Mar 5, 2013

It is difficult to find a safe method and not harm the health

6:12AM PST on Mar 5, 2013

In an experiment to improve the sexual experience of a girlfriend, I did what many women consider to be the next best thing to sex, namely scratching her back, while making love. On orgasm the lining of the womb was shed, this became a cheap alternative to a D and C, but can also be used as a free contraceptive if done once every cycle.

11:35PM PST on Mar 4, 2013

Nothing is 100% effective.

8:37PM PST on Mar 4, 2013

Interesting.

8:27PM PST on Mar 4, 2013

Until there is something yet safer, Elaine A., condoms ARE the best prevention against STD's.

Yes, Emily, I agree with you completely, but it's still possible. I think any birth control method has a chance of failure, no matter how effective they CLAIM they are. Only sure fire method is total abstinance, and far too many girls have been tricked into thinking that unless there is penetration, then all else is okay.

We all saw the commercials for "YAZ" and now they have law suits about the women suffering from their side-effects. Many can't take the "Pill" because of either risks of blood clots or their religious beliefs. No one method is fool-proof. That's why the "Morning After Pill" is also a good idea to have available.

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