Washing up

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  1. DoMee

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    I have a question here. I've been with my gf for the past 1 year. We enjoy sex so much that almost everyday we'll make love. But my gf insist on me not to use condom as its too slippery and takes away the pleasure. I was worried at the start, but my gf told me that if she wash up right after i ejaculate inside, that would prevent her from getting pregnant. I really worked until now. :)
    But is it really like that or is there anything wrong with me or my gf?
    Please share yours views or advice.
     
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    Sorry if i put the fear of God into ye guys...

    But after having protected sex for years and years and
    then deciding to make a baby...it happened FIRST TIME

    Yes I get pregnant the first time my man ejaculated inside
    of me without using a condom...

    Please stop this unless of course you want to hear the
    patter of tiny feet....
     
  3. Elvis

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    It depends what you use to wash up with.
    There is an old remedy that women used to use with an enema, but I don't recall the name of the product.
     
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    Yes i suspect at one catholic women in ireland used this
    type of device

    then happily went on to have 10 or 11 children....

    I knew one poor girl who was one of 19.....

    She hardly knew her mother....

    :(
     
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    It's not a device, it's a product called Pottasium Permanganate, injected by enema and was used well into the 60s, maybe later. It was claimed that it kills off the sperm left internally after sexual intercourse.

    If it didn't work after one child, it would surely be expected not to work after about 5, let alone 19!
     
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    The most effective form of birth control is the Pill, aside from abstinence. If you are STD-free, yet wish to prevent pregnancy, this is your best option. Having unprotected sex in this day and age is just plain STUPID. 'Washing up' is not an effective means of birth control.
     
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    For two people who only have sex with each other there is little chance of contracting STDs Heel?

    I would hope that an intelligent 23 year old today would know that, although you are correct to point this out. Forgive my omission of that detail.
     
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    Having unprotected sex is the sexual equivalent of Russian Roulette. Eventually she will get pregnant. It's just a matter of time. There are *plenty* of birth control alternatives to condoms. Look into them.
     
  9. Nettle

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    I assume you mean douche, as an enema is not going to clean out the vagina!

    I always felt that a douche could just as easily force the sperm further up inside a woman.

    I think you have just been lucky so far, not to have fallen pregnant.
     
  10. heelfetish

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    That is assuming they are strictly monogamous and have no prior STDs. :)
     
  11. heelfetish

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    I couldn't have said it better myself, Puss.
     
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    No, I meant exactly what I said.
    The key was in the era described as opposed to present day terms and also as Pottasium Permanganate was included in the description as a spermicide, that should have been clear.

    OK, to clarify the issue:
    Two people who are monogamous, young and free of infection should be able to have sexual relations without fear of pregnancy or STDs in this day and age with the different forms of contraception available. The pill being Nº 1 and the morning after pill Nº 2.
    I shouldn't need to list all the other forms of contraception, no doubt they are all well known by now. If not we must be living back in the 1930s.
     
  13. Nettle

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    So they reckon that type of enema can kill off the sperm left in the vagina? Although I realise the wall between the anus and the vagina is quite thin, I don't think I'd trust it to work.
     
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    The enema was used vaginally!
    Pottasium permanganate was the spermicide.

    It would be pointless to flush ones anus to kill sperm in the vagina?

    It was common practice for abortionists to use enemas in those days also.
     
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    That was exactly my point. An enema goes in the anus, a douche goes in the vagina.

    en·e·ma (ĕn'ə-mə) n.The injection of liquid into the rectum through the anus for cleansing, for stimulating evacuation of the bowels, or for other therapeutic or diagnostic purposes.
     
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    In the olden days this was not so Nettle, women used what was affordable and or available, even abortionists.

    Ask your mother, she may know or have heard, I certainly do, my mum used one for that very purpose?
     
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    So are you calling the actual fluid used an enema? Because I am using the word as the actual insertion of the fluid. So it seems we are talking at crossed purposes, for which I apologise.

    Unfortunately I cannot ask my mother, she is dead.
     
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    No, once again I meant exactly what I said, the piece of equipment called an enema was used vaginally instead of anally with the spermicidal solution drawn from a bowl.

    The old style enema was a tube with a bulb in the middle and a one way valve fitted to it that allowed fluid under pressure to pass in one direction only, squeeze and pump. This was done whilst awkwardly squatting over the bowl.

    Not the hospital type enema where liquid is poured into a funnel and tube from a height into the anus to enter and flush the colon.
     
  19. Nettle

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    I quote again the definition of an enema ...

    en·e·ma (ĕn'ə-mə) n.The injection of liquid into the rectum through the anus for cleansing, for stimulating evacuation of the bowels, or for other therapeutic or diagnostic purposes.
     
  20. sweet melissa

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    Semantics be damned....she's going to get pregnant!
    There's no way in hell that washing is going to prevent pregnancy.
    If she thinks a condom takes away the pleasure, wait until she has a baby and see how much pleasure there'll be.
    Another example of people who shouldn't have sex having it.
    Sorry, I fluffed it up and broke it to you as gently as I could.
     
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