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[NSFW] Hi everyone, my girlfriend and I are in love and we want to take our relationship to the next level. Please help?

Asked by Lovevampire20 (9points) April 27th, 2017

My girlfriend and I want to have sex without any protection. How can we avoid pregnancy? Please suggest any methods or medications. Not long term medications only for one time. Thank you.

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janbb's avatar

You avoid pregnancy by using protection or being on the pill or using a diaphragm. Otherwise the “next level” of your relationship could be an unwanted pregnancy.

Seek's avatar

Well, the first thing you do is you both get tested for STDs. Once you’re aware neither of you have syphilis or chlamydia from the last “love vampire” you were so in love with, then you go to the doctor and get fitted for a diaphragm, and pop down to the shops for some spermicide. And then, when all is said and done, you copulate. And then you get to wonder whether you, like three other people on the pregnancy message board while I was knocked up with my kid (on purpose), are about to become parents anyway because diaphragms are often ineffective for many reasons.

snowberry's avatar

I didn’t have the greatest relationship with my mother-in-law but she gave me some advice that’s stood the test of time. She said, ” You don’t eat an orange before or after. You eat one instead.”

rojo's avatar

Do insert Tab “D” into Slot “P”.

Tab “D” will also fit quite satisfactorily into Slot “A” and Slot “M”.

Darth_Algar's avatar

Well, for Step 1 you go down to Target and set up a baby registry…

rojo's avatar

Sorry, that was supposed to read:

Do NOT insert Tab “D” into Slot “P”!!!!!

The ONLY was to be 100% sure of remaining childless.

si3tech's avatar

@Lovevampire20 Taking your relationship to “the next level” and having unprotected sex is by its very nature making a childish, irresponsible decision. You need to grow up. Both of you need to get some serious counseling.

CWOTUS's avatar

Welcome to Fluther.

Unless you are also a girl, there is no certain way to have unprotected genital-to-genital sex and ensure that no issue will ensue. In fact, if you’re potent and she is fertile, then there are even ways for her to become pregnant without penis-to-vagina contact. Life is pretty robust, after all.

Of course, that’s completely aside from the possibility of STD, which you have not mentioned, though other respondents have.

If you think you’re really ready for “the next level” in this relationship, then I would suggest that “the next level” involves learning more about the process of preventing pregnancy and STDs from certified experts. Talk to a doctor. In person. Don’t go looking for an easy out from random strangers on the internet.

If you think you’re ready to be a man “in that way”, then man up in this way first.

Lightlyseared's avatar

So I’ve just compared the US vs UK statistics for the effectiveness of contraceptives and they are remarkably different. For example in the UK 2 in 100 women get pregnant using condoms while in the US 18 in 100 will get pregnant. For the pill less than 1 in 100 women will get pregnant in the UK where as 9 in 100 get pregnant using the pill in the US. So probably the best advice is move to the UK if you live in the US.

cazzie's avatar

Don’t have sex without protection. It makes no sense. Has she had the HPV inoculation? Is she on the pill? Has she had other sex partners? Have you? The math doesn’t really add up here. Just use a condom, for Ero’s sake.

SQUEEKY2's avatar

Hey and the next level is Parenthood,and boy won’t that be fun?
There are all sorts of protection you can use, maybe consult your Doctor if your confused but until your married and don’t mind if a bundle of joy comes along USE protection!!!

josie's avatar

You want what lots of people want. The impossible option- I want to be loved without being lovable- I want to be respected without being respectable
And the best one yet-I want to fuck and forget about it
Good luck

Dutchess_III's avatar

Why do you think it will be just one time when you’re in love?

Dutchess_III's avatar

Have sex during her period. It’s not fool proof either, but science says it should be OK.

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