Suggestion regarding Birth Control

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I am Lakshmi. I am going to get maried on september of this year. I dont want to pragnant now.  I said clearly about thisto my husband and hesaid okay for this. But finally he convince me we can do with safety (condom) so that you wount get pragnant. But i am getting scared about this in case safety will break.  Can you please suggestion regarding this. I came to know that dry fruit (use daily 2-3 times for five days) will prevent pragnancy after intercourse. Is it true?? I dont want to go with pills because of my thyroid issue. Can you suggest any natural remedies for this without side effects.??

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Viji

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    Any one help me in this case?

    Viji

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    Condoms work, and they're surprisingly difficult to break, but you have to use them properly (make sure you always have them available, don't use them more than once, and use them every time, before any sexual contact - you or your husband should pinch the tip while putting it on, and hold it on the penis while it's being removed, which should be not long after ejaculation, before the penis goes soft again).

    Sorry, but dry fruit will not help, and I don't think any other "natural remedies" will help.  The pill is by far the most effective method, and there are various forms (including patches or implants), but if you can't or don't want to take hormones, you could ask about an IUD or IntraUterine Device.  IUDs and the Pill can also be used as emergency contraception if a condom splits.

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    Thank you .. :-)
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