When used right, withdrawal is actually about 94% effective. It is a myth that the precum contains sperm. The only way it ever could is if a man doesn’t urinate before having sex again. (This cleans out any leftover semen from the last ejaculation).
The only thing is a man has to be very experienced and make sure to withdraw in time. That is why this method shouldnt be for teenagers who are usually unexperienced.
So why isnt this taught as a viable contraception method then? Many countries in Asia and the Middle East use this as their main method and their birth rate has stayed the same as those using more “professional” methods of birth control.
I think it has to do with the drug companies who want you to buy their birth control so they will make money. The pill sucks anyways. It takes away your sex drive and makes you gain weight. Why is this method so taboo when it really is a viable method when used correctly then?
You are all wrong, LOOK up the facts. There have only been TWO studies done to try and find sperm in pre cum. One found no sperm, the other found sperm but they were not moving anymore, they were “dead”.
Doctors arent going to tell the truth! They have an obligation to the drug companies you idiots!
My boyfriend and I have been using the withdrawal method for 3 and a half years and no baby yet!