Well i belive the 98% thing, but technically that means that out of 100 times, 2 of those times will result in a possibility of pregnancy (one gets past the fence, no idea if it can swim the distance) But if u think about that 2 out of a hundred is a fair bit.
My advice is throw in some spermicide, it would further reduce the risk and also pray for the male pill to make it to the market
They are 98% effective or whatever. I read a study a little while ago that had 100 couples use just condoms for an entire year and only one of them ended up pregnant. I'll try and find it no guarantees though.
Originally Posted by Kyoseki
I really don't know where anyone gets the idea that they have a right to not be offended.
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Snip snip pal. J/K. I’ve never known a married couple that used condoms. Or at least, non of them shard this info with me. My wife was on the pill from since we met. To the patch, the ring, and finally she decided on an IUD. You have no idea really…
They are something like 99% effective when used properly. Im not sure how people mange to use them IMPROPERLY, but I guess it happens. And then it drops down to like 75-80% effective.
So just make sure you dont use magnums if you dont need them, and remember not to put it on inside out.
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i believe they are stated as being 98% effective when properly used.
IE: only once, mounted correctly, no girlfriend applied pinholes
Originally Posted by JeepGirl04
when it doubt... pull it out
Yup. There are a myriad of videos on the intertubes that offer suggestions on where best to finish.
"Sandstorms inflict damage of about $540 million per year, and losses of crops and forests due to acid rain amount to about $730 million per year. More serious are the $6 billion costs of the "green wall" of trees being built to shield Beijing against sand and dust, and the $7 billion per year of losses created by pest species. We enter the zone of impressive numbers when we consider the onetime cost of the 1996 floods ($27 billion, but still cheaper than the 1998 floods), the annual direct losses due to desertification ($42 billion), and the annual losses due to water and air pollution ($54 billion). The combination of the latter two items alone costs China the equivalent of 14% of its GDP each year." - Jared Diamond, Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed