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How to Arouse a Woman

Erogenous Female Zones

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Tips to Enhance  Males Sex Desire

How to Arouse a Man

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Make Sex Hotter

The Modern Techniques  and Methods for Birth Control

We are by now quite familiar  with the phenomenon of reproduction comprising the sexual act in which the man (husband) discharges his sperm into the vagina of the woman  (wife). The spermatozoa or vital  life-germs in this fluid travel into the womb  where one of them unites with an ovum, or egg, shed by the right or left ovary of the womb during  the woman's  menstrual period, to form  the embryo, which develops into the foetus or living child. The whole process ultimately results into the woman becoming pregnant or know as conception. They very anti-thesis of conception is known as contraception, which aims at preventing these male sperms from uniting with the female ovum, and from times immemorial right up to the present day, many are the practices and devises that have been and are still being, adopted by the females and males to achieve  this very purpose. Thus by contraceptive  devises the births of the children are held in control.

The birth-control method fall in three categories- reversible, irreversible and traditional. As the name suggests reversible methods are those  which if withdrawn can again  make the woman conceive and irreversible are those methods which if once adopted  cannot bee taken  back.

The Reversible means of Birth Control

Under this  head many devises are available.  We discuss here few  common ones.

The pill : The most effect is the pill between one and three pregnancies for every users.  They cost around Rs.  20-30 per month.  When it first came out, the number of adverse side  effects reported made many women reluctant to use it.  But modern research  has reduced  many of these by discovering that a milder dosage is just as effective  and is safer for  use over a long period.  Statistically the even swimming.

When the tablets are taken as directed, it is believed that the control ovulation, for no egg has ripened.  Thus sperm may freely enter the oviducts; without the possibility of conception occurring.  In this way the oral tablet provides the advantage of protection all the times.  It is only because of its safety and simplicity that we consider the pill the preferred method for a new bride in the early stages of marriage.  Then, after she and her husband  have  both learned the art of married love, she may decide on some other method.  It is advisable that such  a girl see her doctor at least  two months prior to her  wedding  and follow the advice  given by the doctor.

Condom with cream or foam : When used in conjunction with a contraceptive jelly, cream, or foam, the condom has produced less than ten  pregnancies per thousand women.  The condom is the world's most often used artificial method for  conception control, and is freely available in India.

The condom has many advantages.  It is available at drug  stores without a medical  prescription, it is free from side effects; the visible proof of effectiveness is available immediately after intercourse and it is quite simple and easy to use.  This  condom  places the responsibility  for birth control on the husband.  Of course,  there are certain  drawbacks in its use but they are of minor nature.  First, it may reduce sensation in penis, but for many couples  this is an advantage in helping to delay the husband's  ejaculation; second, it is an interruption to sexual fore play, but this objection can be easily overcome with the right attitudes when the wife lovingly places the condom on her husband  as an erotic  part of sexual fore play; third, there is discomfort to the wife without some lubrication, but this may be resolved through the purchase of lubricated condoms or the use of contraceptive jelly, which serves a double purpose by affording added safety.  Do not use  a contraceptive cream, may be  harmful to rubber.

The intra uterine device : This is more effective than any other mechanical method of contraception except  for the condom used with spermicidal  cream or jelly.

An intrauterine device is a soft, flexible plastic loop or irregular-shaped disc which a physician must  insert through the  cervical canal into the  uterine cavity, suing a small tube about the  size of  a soda straw.  This procedure  can be done in any clinic with a minimum of discomfort, and is rarely painful.  The IUD is most easily inserted at the time of the  regular  six-week check up after the birth of a baby.  Otherwise, it should be  introduced just after a regular, normal menstrual  period, Each week the woman should insert her index finger well into the vagina  to feel the short thread which is attached to the IUD and which protrudes the openings  of the cervix.  This thread allows  her to be certain the IUD is in its proper   place.  Later this thread will be used to facilitate the removal of the IUD, also known as loop.  The IUD may cause cramps and backache, especially for the first few  days after insertion.  Occasionally there may be  heavier  menstrual bleeding or even spotting between periods in the first several months.  But the majority of the  users felt no inconvenience when they used this device.

The copper 'T : This is the latest mechanical device and is most effective and fool-proof.  In fact, it is the most  popular device which has no side effects and almost  totally safe.  This is actually a flexible  shape of copper tube made in the form of the English letter 'T'.  It is inserted in the vagina of the lady by an experienced doctor just after menses.  The lady  should go to the doctor  immediately after the passage is clear.  The doctor would insert this device  in about 10 minutes.  This insertion doesn't cause much pain.  Occasionally the woman  might experience  a little bleeding and pain after some time.  Just after the insertion of the Copper 'T' is that after its  insertion the woman  becomes safe for about three to four years.  That is, she cannot conceive till she has copper 'T'  fixed  in her private part.  The purpose of this  device is also like the loop, to prevent the sperms  from uniting with the female  ovum.  Since this device  is totally safes and  have no side effects, it is growing  increasingly popular.   Its only disadvantages to those few ladies who are allergic to copper  and whose uterus is not  normal.  Otherwise is the safest  and best device  available in the modern times.  And it is not very costly either.  it costs about Rs. 200 to 250 for one insertion.  Since it  guarantees contraception for at least threes years, all persons can afford it.

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Taking initiative in Sex Play

Fear of Sexual  Performance

Food to Enhance  Sexual Potency

Yogic Exercises for Better Sex Life

Homeopathic , Ayurvedic and Acupressure Treatment

The Modern  Techniques and Methods for  Birth Control

Queries for the Married Life

How to Educate About Sex

Important Words of Sex

Proper Atmosphere to Enjoy Sex