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    how to Sex not to make pregnant ?
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    azars posted:
    my wife is pregnant and hopefully i'll be become Daddy in coming december

    Now i want next baby should come after 3 year from now, Please guide me how to have sex which don't make wife pregnant.
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    azars responded:
    1 way could be use of condom. Please suggest what another ways are possible ???
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Your wife could go on birth control.

    Birth control is pretty much your only option if you want to have sex and not get her pregnant. Even with birth control, there is still a small chance of pregnancy.


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