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    Best Birth Control for Girls?

    I'm thinking of going on the IUD personally but i'm unsure after hearing a few nightmare stories lol. a friend of mine who competes (she is on anabolic steroids) But she is incredibly well built told me that on the pill she normally holds 4-5lbs of water and finds it also goes against the steroids she uses.

    She said for me even though i've not used anything that she feels it slows down "fat burning" and can prevent muscle gain, i've checked a ton online and find information to be mixed match some girls say it do others say it doesn't I was told Yasmin is a good option from many girls But the problem with that is It completely kills my will to have sex. (Apparently a common side effect) And i'm a sex fiend so really not an option for me.

    I really don't want to have kids at all (this is something that wont ever change)

    So the IUD is something i've been looking at the copper one none hormonal. But I was wondering if any of you have

    any experience with essure? Or what you would take.. Ideally.. I'd like women with experience to respond (for obvious reasons)

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    Re: Best Birth Control for Girls?

    i find a push down the stairs to be 100% effective

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    Re: Best Birth Control for Girls?

    Anal sex

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    Re: Best Birth Control for Girls?

    Hysterectomy?

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    Re: Best Birth Control for Girls?

    guys, serious answers please

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    Re: Best Birth Control for Girls?

    Oh please.....

    The coil has some side effects, poosibly heavier and/or more painful periods but it's not a given. I can't imagine having it fitted is too pleasant (I chickened out, the thought of a local anaesthetic jab in my cervix put me off somewhat) but I was going for a gynefix, which is a string of copper beads, especially designed for people that haven't had kids (and have a less stretchy cervix lol)

    However I don't want kids at all, ever, so I got sterilised. Not Essure (not even sure of it's availablility in the UK) just standard clipped tubes. Had it done 5 years ago and has been fine (well I've not got pregnant), the actual procedure is a day in hospital, general anaesthetic, and I took the next day off work. Couple of tiny stitches, and a teeny little scar.

    Some local health authorities arte a bit anti though and certainly won't touch you if you're under 30.


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    Re: Best Birth Control for Girls?

    Kick in the gut.

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    a bottle of whiskey and a knitting needle.

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    Re: Best Birth Control for Girls?

    Quote Originally Posted by Beklet View Post
    Oh please.....

    The coil has some side effects, poosibly heavier and/or more painful periods but it's not a given. I can't imagine having it fitted is too pleasant (I chickened out, the thought of a local anaesthetic jab in my cervix put me off somewhat) but I was going for a gynefix, which is a string of copper beads, especially designed for people that haven't had kids (and have a less stretchy cervix lol)

    However I don't want kids at all, ever, so I got sterilised. Not Essure (not even sure of it's availablility in the UK) just standard clipped tubes. Had it done 5 years ago and has been fine (well I've not got pregnant), the actual procedure is a day in hospital, general anaesthetic, and I took the next day off work. Couple of tiny stitches, and a teeny little scar.

    Some local health authorities arte a bit anti though and certainly won't touch you if you're under 30.

    first woman i've ever seen with absolutely zero maternal instinct lol

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    Re: Best Birth Control for Girls?

    Not having sex generally works.

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    Re: Best Birth Control for Girls?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbyh View Post
    I'm thinking of going on the IUD personally but i'm unsure after hearing a few nightmare stories lol. a friend of mine who competes (she is on anabolic steroids) But she is incredibly well built told me that on the pill she normally holds 4-5lbs of water and finds it also goes against the steroids she uses.

    She said for me even though i've not used anything that she feels it slows down "fat burning" and can prevent muscle gain, i've checked a ton online and find information to be mixed match some girls say it do others say it doesn't I was told Yasmin is a good option from many girls But the problem with that is It completely kills my will to have sex. (Apparently a common side effect) And i'm a sex fiend so really not an option for me.

    I really don't want to have kids at all (this is something that wont ever change)

    So the IUD is something i've been looking at the copper one none hormonal. But I was wondering if any of you have

    any experience with essure? Or what you would take.. Ideally.. I'd like women with experience to respond (for obvious reasons)
    Back passage

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    Re: Best Birth Control for Girls?

    Quote Originally Posted by JonnyBoy81 View Post
    Anal sex
    Not for everytime!

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    Re: Best Birth Control for Girls?

    Quote Originally Posted by Beklet View Post
    Oh please.....

    The coil has some side effects, poosibly heavier and/or more painful periods but it's not a given. I can't imagine having it fitted is too pleasant (I chickened out, the thought of a local anaesthetic jab in my cervix put me off somewhat) but I was going for a gynefix, which is a string of copper beads, especially designed for people that haven't had kids (and have a less stretchy cervix lol)

    However I don't want kids at all, ever, so I got sterilised. Not Essure (not even sure of it's availablility in the UK) just standard clipped tubes. Had it done 5 years ago and has been fine (well I've not got pregnant), the actual procedure is a day in hospital, general anaesthetic, and I took the next day off work. Couple of tiny stitches, and a teeny little scar.

    Some local health authorities arte a bit anti though and certainly won't touch you if you're under 30.
    Thank you! Yes they keep complaining because i've not had "kids" that it is "wrong" But I feel exactly the same way you do. I've had to change GPS over it. (My gp has 6 kids lol) so she couldn't understand I just dont have any maternal instincts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ConP View Post
    Not having sex generally works.
    Also a bit of a crap life too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbyh View Post
    Not for everytime!
    ok, your mouth and in between the t!tties are the other choices

 

 
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