External ejaculation is the riskiest form of birth control, but it’s used by many men due to its many advantages.
External ejaculation is the removal of the penis from the vagina before ejaculation. The risk of pregnancy when a man ejaculates outside is thought to be around 4%. This means that for every 100 couples using this method, 4 couples still conceive. Importantly, this rate is only calculated on couples who perform external ejaculation properly.
In fact, couples who regularly use the wrong method of ejaculating have a 22% chance of getting pregnant. In other words, 22 out of every 100 couples get pregnant due to improper ejaculation. This risk is especially high for adolescents and inexperienced men, as well as men with premature ejaculation.
There are two factors that determine whether a man ejaculates properly, that is, the ability to control himself and the timing. Men need to know exactly when they can no longer delay ejaculation. Even with a high degree of self-control, there is no guarantee a woman won’t get pregnant.
It is also important to remove the penis from the vagina at the right time. A woman can still get pregnant even if the man pulls out in time. That’s because a small amount of semen is expelled from the penis before the man actually ejaculates. This small amount of semen contains sperm and can be fertilized if a woman is ovulating.
Pregnancy can also occur if this amount of semen enters the vulva, the outer opening of the vagina. Another risk of the “give out” method is that it may not protect women from sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Although it is one of the riskiest forms of birth control, external ejaculation is still chosen by many men due to many advantages such as being inexpensive, simple and convenient for both partners. External ejaculation can always be used if no other method of birth control is available. It also doesn’t require a prescription, has no medical or hormonal side effects.
If men do it correctly, birth control by external ejaculation is still effective. When used with other forms of birth control, it is more effective.
If your goal is to avoid pregnancy, to reduce the risk of ectopic pregnancy, use additional birth control methods such as condoms, birth control pills, an intrauterine device (IUD), foam spermicide or hormonal patch. All of these methods can be used in tandem with external ejaculation.
To prevent sexually transmitted diseases, using condoms is the most effective method.
Mr. Ngoc (Follow Very Well Health)