Interrupted Sexual Act: Is There a Risk of Getting Pregnant?
Many men do not rightfully consider an interruptionsexual intercourse is the most acceptable way of protection during sex, motivating it by the fact that they will get a lot of pleasures and a minimum of inconveniences. However, gynecologists point out that interrupted sexual intercourse is a rather questionable method of contraception and it can only be used as a last resort. In this you can see for yourself, reading further.
What is the danger?
It has long been proven that even if the penis intime of the ejaculation is not in the vagina, then some amount of sperm still get there and can lead to an unwanted pregnancy. This is because, firstly, not every man can accurately determine the onset of ejaculation, and the first portion of semen enters the woman's genital tract. It has been scientifically established that this very pre-ejaculatory portion contains the most mobile and viable spermatozoa that can fully reach the ovum and fertilize it. Secondly, with repeated sexual acts in the body of a woman can get sperm, delayed in the urethra of a man and also lead to pregnancy.
This method of contraception not only does not protectfrom an unwanted pregnancy, but also serves as an intermediary for the spread of genito-urinary infections, sexually transmitted diseases, as well as HIV infection. If the sexual partners are not close people or, worse, they are just casual acquaintances, then this method of contraception is unacceptable for them.
Many women in turn are interested in: it is possible to get pregnant if the sperm is not directly into the genital tract, but on the labia, pubis, or anus. In such cases, there is also the risk of becoming pregnant, all for the same reasons listed above. If the ejaculation occurred during anal or oral sex, then the risk in this case is minimal, although it remains possible to "catch" any sexual infection.
A little about psychology
In addition, interrupted sexual intercourse can be consideredinferior and from the point of view of the psychology of sexual intercourse, as neither to the man nor to the woman he does not bring due satisfaction. A woman constantly thinks and worries about whether she "will or does not have time", at the same time she has a fear of becoming pregnant, and where to think about pleasure, not to mention orgasm. The man, in turn, instead of relaxing, all the time is in suspense, waiting for the appearance of ejaculation, in time to interrupt the natural course of events. This huge excitement is replaced by unnatural inhibition and orgasm is dulled. Such a sharp violation of the neuro-reflex processes leads eventually to disorders of the central nervous system, and can lead in the future to the development of impotence in men and frigidity in women.
It is important!
There are statistics thatHalf of the women who have never experienced orgasm in their life use an interrupted sexual intercourse as a contraception. In this regard, scientific research was conducted, during which couples were offered to use other methods of contraception. The results did not wait: after a short period of time, both partners noted improvements in their sexual life, women were able to fully open and get an orgasm, and men received more vivid sensations during orgasm.
Thus, it is possible to sum up everythingthe foregoing. The conclusion suggests itself: an interrupted sexual intercourse is an unreliable method of contraception, which can lead to unwanted pregnancy, promotes the spread of genitourinary diseases and does not satisfy either a man or a woman. Conversely, a full sexual intercourse improves the psychological situation within the family and promotes harmonious relationships.