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Safe sex


Question Posted Wednesday December 5 2007, 9:59 pm

What is the safest time for a woman to have sex?

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WittyUsernameHere answered Thursday December 6 2007, 6:15 pm:
Actually Cali is wrong.

After your period is safest, normally two days to a week after it stops.

During your period it is actually still very possible to get pregnant. Because you cant know until the period is over that the egg has definitely gone. But after your period, the egg is gone and normally you do not ovulate for at least two weeks after, which is the "safe" time.

Use a condom regardless, and get on birth control.

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CaliDaniels answered Thursday December 6 2007, 1:55 am:
During your period is the least likely time for you to have sex an not become pregnant. It may sound a bit odd or gross, but it's true.
-16/f

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Bigdisgrace22 answered Thursday December 6 2007, 1:45 am:
I'd bet this sounds disgusting, but during a period. There is no egg in the felopian tubes and it's coming out of the uterus. THere's nothing to fertilize, so there is no chance of pregnancy.

This is assuming, of course, that safest time means not having a child...

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karenR answered Thursday December 6 2007, 1:20 am:
There is no really safe time to have sex.

There are methods people use but they have a
very high rate of failure. Very high rate.
A woman has to keep track of her period very
religiously for several months before it can be
used and then she has to be a very rare woman who
really regular with her periods to begin with.

If avoiding a pregnancy is what you are after,
Birth control pills are the best way to go.
Condoms and the rest 2nd but not 100%. Though condoms should be used for prevention of STDs.

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blwinteler answered Thursday December 6 2007, 1:15 am:
There is none.
Some will say during or just after a period 'cause you won't be ovulating. That is bs. I got pregnant 2 days after my period 'cause I didn't use a condom, thinking that I wasn't ovulating.
If you are going to have sex and don't want to get pregnant, always use some form of contraception. And the rhythm method and pulling out don't count. Use a condom at the least. There are many options for other contraceptives, including the pill, the depo shot, IUDs (which I don't trust. I've known a couple people who have had them fail, and they can damage the fetus if you do get pregnant), patches, etc. Just make sure you don't forget to use something.

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dATSEXiiMAMii4U answered Thursday December 6 2007, 1:13 am:
There is no safe time to have sex if you wish to avoid pregnancy and Sexually Transmitted Diseases. STDs can be transmitted whenever an infected person has sex with an uninfected person, and pregnancy is always a possibility, even during a girl's period. Although women are generally only fertile for a few days every month (usually around the middle of the menstrual cycle) most women have no definite way of knowing when this is. Sperm can also survive inside the body for several days, meaning a woman can potentially become pregnant over quite a long period of time. If she has irregular periods, "safe" days can be particularly difficult to predict. Some couples do use the so called 'rhythm' method as a form of contraception, but the success rate is not high, and it also offers no protection from STDs.

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sml111992 answered Thursday December 6 2007, 1:12 am:
there is no safe time

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