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TOPIC: PSA: Condoms for large guys
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lots of shower sex is all I can say.

Right now I have what seems like a couple years supply of condoms...unless my new possible SM works out anyway.

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lol my cycles were never "normal" other then when I was on 50mg BC pills. Was on those until I got married. But yes 17 day cycles were not fun.

Hubby is more average so finding ones to fit isn't as hard.

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I've had both a tubal and a ablation. 17 day periods were NOT fun, specially when for 20+ years prior they were only 24-48 hours. Options were take 3 BC tablets a day and feel like I had to puke all day or try the ablation.

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I have bad reactions to 98% of lubes, one of the few I can tolerate is Slippery Stuff.

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it was just a copy and paste from a site that got the basic idea across.

I looked up those condoms (hubby doesn't need them but I always carry for playmates) too bad they don't come without lube.

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We used the withdrawal method for many years, and it worked fine. All my kids are very quick.

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Fertility Awareness Method

Fertility awareness methods (FAM) allow you to identify days in your menstrual cycle on which you're likely to be fertile. Many women use this information to help them get pregnant, but it can also be used to help you avoid pregnancy.

If you're trying to avoid becoming pregnant, you'll need to either abstain from intercourse during your potentially fertile days or use a barrier method of contraception. (Barrier methods include the condom, female condom, diaphragm, and cervical cap and shield.)

When abstinence is used to avoid pregnancy during potentially fertile days, fertility awareness methods may be referred to as natural family planning or periodic abstinence.

Some fertility awareness methods involve keeping track of the days of your menstrual cycle to identify your fertile period. These are considered calendar-based methods, and they include the calendar rhythm method and the Standard Days Method.

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