Birth control pill fears prompt a woman to test drive condoms with her husband.
I'm married and monogamous, but not yet ready to have children. So—since neither my husband nor I like the feel of condoms during sex (it dulls his sensitivity, and I just love the warmth of skin rubbing against skin)—we rely on The Pill as our main method of birth control to keep us baby-free. Lemondrop: We Admit It — We're Using the Withdrawal Method
I've been taking Yaz for a couple years now, which also helps with my PMDD (also known as that crazy, dark, slightly psychotic half that emerges from the shadows every month or so). Then, the other day, I read this scary-as-hell story about how Yaz could be (way) riskier than other birth control pills. And while I had never experienced anything negative while on Yaz, and I know medications affect different people in different ways, I began to wonder, Should I go off the pill entirely and start using condoms? Lemondrop: A Warning About Your Birth Control
My husband was, understandably, less than thrilled about the idea. So was my vagina, but it was trying to keep an open mind. So we got our hands on a variety pack of condoms from Babeland and started our search for the Perfect Condom. Lemondrop: Would You Trust A Man To Take Birth Control?
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Written by Steph Auteri for Lemondrop