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Which are the safe days to have sex without condom?

hi doctor i got married on 19th january aim 34 yrs old and my wife is 28 years old on our first night we just had oral sex as we both were tire during wedding day and after two days we went for our honey moon in north ther too we had oral sex as i have wore condom i wanted what r the safe days on which we can have safe sex wthout condom AS WE DONT WANT CHILD FOR NEXT 3 TO 4 YEARS AS I working and my wife is house wife so let me know the safe days and condom is 100% safe is it okay
Asked On : Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hiii!!!
Hope I will be able to sort your problem out.
Every newly married couple faces this issue of confusion.The failure rates of condom usage is rated to vary from 2-15% if the couples have regular sex for a year.Now,if you want to avoid it,then its important that you know the safe period and calculate the safe days.

Eggs producing phase known as Ovulation in medical terminology,approximately occurs in the middle of the cycle, i.e. duration of the menstrual cycle - 14 days (taken as a standard) and 7 days prior or 7 days after the day of ovulation is considered dangerous days(chances of pregnancy are high).
So,avoiding the week before and a week after the ovulation is considered safe period and can avoid pregnancy even if the condom is not used.

First, you should know the duration of the cycle,which varies from one women to the other(taking into consideration that all months have 30 days).Its better that you are given an example i.e. first day of the last period(eg.1.02.13) to the first day of the present period(2.03.13),the interval is the known as duration of the menstrual cycle. So,in this case the duration would be 31 days.

Now,consider another month of previous menstrual cycle e.g(5.12.12) and (1.01.13).In this case the duration is 26 days.
So,your wife's cycle duration varies from 26-31 days.
Now,longest duration subtracting 10(standard) i.e 31-10 which is equal to 21.
No, shortest duration subtracting 18(standard)i.e 26-18 which is equal to 8.
Therefore, the 8th-21st day from the first day of periods is dangerous period.Avoiding these days,sexual intercourse is safe.

Morever,I would ask you husband to practice what is known as "COITUS INTERRUPTUS".It is the withdrawal or pull-out method(a method of birth-control) in which a man, during intercourse withdraws his penis from a woman's vagina prior to orgasm and ejaculates outside the vaginal(better if ejaculates completely outside the genital area of a woman).If this is well practised the intimicacy can be done regularly.


Hope,I could explain you well.Hope to be reviewed.

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Dr.Nannika Pradhan.
Answered: Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist Dr. Maruti Karale's  Response
Hello!

Thanks for writing to HCM.

Safe days to have sex without condom are 7 days before and 7 days after menstruation.

The first day of menstruation is counted as day 1.
The egg is usually released in the middle of the cycle, around day 13 or 14.Human sperm could live inside the woman’s reproductive tract for about 5-6 days, and the egg could live for 2 days. Therefore, the “fertile” period was between Days 9-16, when you should not have sex.

So the “safe” days are a couple of days right after your period (Days 1-7) and the week before the next period is due (Days 21-28).

During the remaining days or during fertile period you can use condom for safe sex.

If condom gets torn,emergency pill can be used.
Answered: Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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General & Family Physician Dr. Muhammad Ishfaq Habib's  Response
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Thanks for the query

The condom is safe if didn't break.

The first seven days after the periods ends are safe and the week next to it is the ovulation period during which pregnancy can result and a week before the periods is also safe

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Answered: Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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General & Family Physician Dr. Muhammad Ishfaq Habib's  Response
Hi
Thanks for the query

The condom is safe if didn't break.

The first seven days after the periods ends are safe and the week next to it is the ovulation period during which pregnancy can result and a week before the periods is also safe

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Answered: Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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Geriatrics Specialist Dr. Surendiran Gaj's  Response

Hi there,
Thanks for writing to us,
The period which is safe to have sex are 5days prior and 5 days after the menstruation.
The days other than this have quite increased chance of ovulation and getting conceived.
No, condom wont provide 100% protection, if you worried of getting pregnant even after condom usage , take day after pills .
Hope helped you,
Take care.
Answered: Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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Psychiatrist Dr. Seikhoo Bishnoi's  Response
Dec 2014
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Welcome to HCM

The concept of safe days is applicable only if the cycle of your wife is regular. If she is regular and suppose her cycle is of 28 days then at time of ovulation days are unsafe. Ovulation occurs on 14th day of cycle in most of females. So considering the life cycle of sperm and ovum the days 10-18 will be unsafe. So safe days will be 1st day to 10th day and 20 to 28th day. But this method is not a definite method and failure rate is very high. I will advise you to please follow the protection methods also apart from safe day method.

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Dr. Seikhoo Bishnoi, MD
Answered: Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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