Contraception advice: contraceptive sponge and the day after pill

Contraceptive sponge What is a contraceptive sponge? It is a small sponge made from polyurethane and filled with spermicidal; They have a thread for easy removal; Before insertion, they have to be moistened and they are applied 24h before the sexual intercourse; It has to be removed six hours after the intercourse; if it stays… Continue reading Contraception advice: contraceptive sponge and the day after pill

Sexual myths explained over time

You cannot become pregnant during unprotected sex if your partner pulls out his penis before he ejaculates. INCORRECT!Although your partner didn’t ejaculate, sperm can be found in the liquid that the penis secretes before the actual ejaculation. Just one spermatozoid is needed for the girl to become pregnant and that liquid may spread sexual diseases.… Continue reading Sexual myths explained over time