A Solution So That The Wife Wants To Use Family Planning?
Want to ask a doctor. My neighbor’s initials are RM, age 25, and my initials, SR, age 27, never told me but I am ashamed to ask the doctor. Oza like this in their family they already have 3 year old children. For 3 years they did not have a husband and wife relationship. Because they don’t want family planning. Even though if you use a condom, the husband is lazy and doesn’t like it. the reason why using a condom reduces pleasure during intercourse. In fact, he once said that his wife said that sperm often enter the vagina while she does birth control will only cause disease, for example, I forgot one disease in the vagina, what is the name I forgot. I keep having sex when the penis is inserted into the vagina and when the penis is penetrated it is removed and sperm issued outside, too uncomfortable. Then, if we use a calendar, we can’t have a relationship at any time because there is a fertile period and an infertile period, so the point is that the family planning style above all doesn’t feel good. The husband wants implant family planning but the wife is afraid of needles. What is the solution so that his wife wants family planning? Does the SR have to remarry, or snack at brothels, or confuse the neighbors with the problem that some neighbors are lonely or how do I ask for answers? Thank you
Family planning or family planning is the name of a government program in controlling population growth by regulating pregnancy. However, family planning is often equated with the term contraception. Contraception is a method used to control pregnancy.
Contraception itself has a variety of methods, as you have already mentioned, namely using a calendar, condoms and implants. However, there are other contraceptive options, such as the use of intrauterine devices (IUD), pills, and sterile contraception.
The IUD is a contraceptive where a device is inserted into a woman's uterus to prevent pregnancy. This tool can last 3 to 12 years to control pregnancy depending on the type. In pill contraception, it can also control pregnancy where the hormonal regulation of women will be done. Sterile contraception can be used for someone who does not want pregnancy anymore. Can be done on men and women.
The act of changing partners is not recommended because it has many risks from mild to dangerous such as sexually transmitted infections, HIV / AIDS, hepatitis B and others.
It's a good idea for the couple to consult a doctor, especially an obstetrician, to discuss which actions are appropriate and comfortable to do together. Later we can discuss the advantages and disadvantages of these methods.
I hope this helps.