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PostPosted: Fri Nov 11, 2011 3:59 am 
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What is the best birth control option for someone who cannot have estrogen? I get pregnant very easily, but cannot take the birth control pill anymore. I want a birth control method that will completely prevent fertilization. Besides condoms, what are the best options for me?


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Not even the birth control pill is completely effective. A question such as this would be better directed to your physician than random posters on the net.

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 Post subject: Re: birth control
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Get your tubes tied. Quick and easy, relatively painless and inexpensive. More sure than condoms, IUDs, etc. No side effects. Permanent.
My wife chose that, to keep us a one child family. My cousin got a vasectomy that made him feel like he had been kicked in the balls. The tubal was much more painless, especially for me!!!
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Johhny Electriglide wrote:
Get your tubes tied. Quick and easy, relatively painless and inexpensive. More sure than condoms, IUDs, etc. No side effects. Permanent.
My wife chose that, to keep us a one child family. My cousin got a vasectomy that made him feel like he had been kicked in the balls. The tubal was much more painless, especially for me!!!
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 Post subject: Re: birth control
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Gibberish of a mentally ill person should NOT be allowed anywhere on this site. :evil: :x [-X :-$

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 Post subject: Re: birth control
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Johhny Electriglide wrote:
Gibberish of a mentally ill person should NOT be allowed anywhere on this site. :evil: :x [-X :-$


But it would be so quiet with no posters since we are all just a bit off in the mental department, not mentioning any names of course. :-$ :- :shh: =;

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Johhny Electriglide wrote:
Get your tubes tied. Quick and easy, relatively painless and inexpensive. More sure than condoms, IUDs, etc. No side effects. Permanent.
My wife chose that, to keep us a one child family. My cousin got a vasectomy that made him feel like he had been kicked in the balls. The tubal was much more painless, especially for me!!!
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Tubal ligation is a much more complicated procedure than vasectomy. A man who chooses to have a vasectomy is in and out of the doctor's office within an hour. However, if a woman chooses to have a tubal ligation, the procedure is much more complicated. You can read about it here: http://www.vascenters.com/tubal.htm

and/or do the research yourself.

I have known and spoken to many men who have had a vasectomy and it is uncomfortable but for a very short period of time. it seems to be the quickest and easiest way to prevemt pregnancy and does not interfere with function AT ALL!
Some men (and even women) believe that a vasectomy lessens the degree of intensity of sexual pleasure, but this is simply not true.

As for other methods, I would have to ask friends .... someone recently was telling me about IUD's .... very different from the IUD's of the 70's, 80's and even 90's. Seems the technology has advanced significantly and the devices can deliver estrogen very specifically rather than globally. I wonder if your body might respond better to a more specific dose?

Still, a vasectomy is a very quick and relatively painless procedure compared to the complexity of tubal ligation. Most men I know have had one and it proves to be a very responsible choice in light of the alternatives available to their partners. Tubal ligation is a much more complicated procedure as the female anatomy seems to also be more complicated, generally speaking, and requires an operation of sorts, different from the relatively quick and easy procedure of vasectomy.


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 Post subject: Re: birth control
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Birth should be control very quickly because due to this population can be control. And due to born of less childs the remaining childs get the proper care and a good standard of living.


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 Post subject: Re: birth control
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Birth should be control very quickly because due to this population can be control. And due to born of less childs the remaining childs get the proper care and a good standard of living.


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dannyamak wrote:
Birth should be control very quickly because due to this population can be control. And due to born of less childs the remaining childs get the proper care and a good standard of living.


Huh?


English not a primary language?

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dannyamak wrote:
Birth should be control very quickly because due to this population can be control. And due to born of less childs the remaining childs get the proper care and a good standard of living.


Exactly!


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What is the best birth control option for someone who cannot have estrogen? I get pregnant very easily, but cannot take the birth control pill anymore. I want a birth control method that will completely prevent fertilization. Besides condoms, what are the best options for me?


The absolute best method is not to have sex.

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What is the best birth control option for someone who cannot have estrogen? I get pregnant very easily, but cannot take the birth control pill anymore. I want a birth control method that will completely prevent fertilization. Besides condoms, what are the best options for me?



Have you tried the "Not now, I have a headache," approach? Wink.



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There is also the Tubal or the vascetomy. My wife & I chose the vascetomy because I was more worried about complications for her then for myself. It would be a lie to say that the vascetomy is painless but it certainly is a better option for the long term health of the woman because tubals are more intrusive & likely to effect a woman sometime in the future. If your search is serious check out with your Dr. the best method and make sure your male counterpart is in on the conversation.

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Not even the birth control pill is completely effective. A question such as this would be better directed to your physician than random posters on the net.


There is not too many times that I agree with Wayne, but on his answer I do....Wayne is pretty random.

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Wayne Stollings wrote:
Not even the birth control pill is completely effective. A question such as this would be better directed to your physician than random posters on the net.


There is not too many times that I agree with Wayne, but on his answer I do....Wayne is pretty random.


Oh I dunno Siber .... and Wayne. I think this question is better directed at women as women have been given the responsibility of control of birth as their biology dictates. Giving authority to doctors might be a mistake, especially considering that some said doctor might be inclined to misadvise due to religious beliefs and inclinations .... or even political affiliations. Seems that politics and religion is not likely to part ways anytime soon with the nut-cases up for elections in the US.

Random posters on the net would probably yield some pretty good advise .... if there were any women on this site, which there aren't, they would give all kinds of advise that a doctor would not.

If the Republicans get voted in the net is going to be afire with recommendations on how to abort an unwanted pregnancy.

The pill is usually effective for most women, but there are sometimes side-affects as there are for most pharmaceutical solutions. We also know about herbs and vitamins ..... like taking copious amounts of Vitamin C for instance ..... which will also cause diarrhea .....

Intended miscarriages have always been an aspect of the total knowledge of indigenous tribes ... and that knowledge is coming back to us ... inspite of the stronghold the pharmaceutical corps and religious moral majority have had on us ... with their very scientific knowledge and seeming absolute authority.

Screw the doctors ... if their behaviour has been instructed by religiously mandated laws ... they will NEVER prohibit a woman's knowledge which will be spread throught the net. Women will surely OCCUPY.

And I don't really understand your response to Wayne. He is very sturdy for the most part and his responses are beautifully square. Hmmmm ......"beautifullically square" .... a combination of pristine logic which is forever short-circuited if not informed by another aspect of intelligence. ie: forests are not lines of trees.

I mean, I don't particularly wish to abandon this beautiful planet ..... this planet which has spent millenium evolving from the biological standpoint .... a work of biological art! I don't wish to avoid our problems with the supposed answers of sweeping them under the rug of some scientific panacea. I would not volunteer to be relocated to some other planet when this one is so beautiful! Can we not figure out how to get along here? If we can't do this here and now .... what is the point? If we cannot solve our problems on this beauifuil planet then is a geographical solution a solution at all?

The original poster is probably not weighing in anyway, but there might be some other readers who actually get this and get that Monsanto is as "solution based" as relocating to the Moon!

Hey folks ..... Are we not experiencing a crises in consciousness, no matter WHERE we are?


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