Comfort Of Intimate Relationships After KB Is Sterile?
Morning, will there be a difference in having relations after being in a sterile birth control program compared to not being sterile? Does it interfere with intimacy? Thank you
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Sterile birth control is a contraceptive procedure that is very effective and is very unlikely (almost impossible) to cause pregnancy. This sterile birth control can be done by several procedures. In men, this can be done by vasectomy. Meanwhile, in women, this can be done with implants or tubal ligation. What kind of sterile birth control do you mean?
Tubal implant is done by inserting 2 small metals into the fallopian tubes (fallopian tubes) through the vagina and cervix. Furthermore, this metal will irritate the inner lining of the fallopian tube, leaving scars to be overgrown with scar tissue, thus indirectly clogging the fallopian tubes and blocking sperm cells from entering and fertilizing the egg. In this way too, eggs produced from the ovaries (ovaries) are difficult to flow into the uterus so that they cannot meet with sperm cells. Tubal ligation can be done by cutting the fallopian tube and then binding it or also clogging the fallopian tube with a special tool through surgery. Meanwhile, vasectomy is done by performing surgery to cut or bind the male sperm channel.
When this type of KB is sterile it generally does not affect comfort during sexual intercourse. Conversely, by doing this sterile birth control, you and your partner can be more calm, because they can have sexual intercourse freely without worrying about an unplanned pregnancy.
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