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user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
28th May '13

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edmqTODMZC4



That is all.

Back to Noob Status Ohio 14048 posts
28th May '13

I think it is stupid to get pregnant as a teenager ONCE...but TWICE? And at 16?

What's wrong, flat face? TTC since Jul 2012; 1 child; 3 angel babies; Texas 13678 posts
28th May '13
Quoting Sly Saffy:" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edmqTODMZC4 That is all."

:D

What's wrong, flat face? TTC since Jul 2012; 1 child; 3 angel babies; Texas 13678 posts
28th May '13
Quoting Man. Bear. Sloth.:" What are you.... a cheap 80's novelty t-shirt? Come up with some better material. Like solid facts or research. Not just... shit happens."

Why do I need to come up with solid facts or research on why a 16 year old is pregnant?

The Master 2 kids; Perth, Australia 19989 posts
29th May '13
Quoting Nom Nom Nom:" If you have a brain you do. At least she is being honest about how she got pregnant rather than saying ... [snip!] ... and say I slipped up. Condoms do not break that often and birth control does not fail that often if it is taken properly."


a girl on here has been pregnant twice now by birth control failures ... the implanon and IUD I believe .... and is now contemplating getting her tubes tied because she and her husband just can't handle any more children. So yes birth control DOES fail.

Interrobang!? 6 kids; Ontario 1176 posts
29th May '13
Quoting Destiel:" a girl on here has been pregnant twice now by birth control failures ... the implanon and IUD I believe ... [snip!] ... getting her tubes tied because she and her husband just can't handle any more children. So yes birth control DOES fail."

PEOPLE fail. Birth control rarely does.



It seems like 3/4 of the women on here got pregnant when "BC failed." Guess what, honey, the pill has a 0.3% failure rate when used correctly. Condoms, 2% with correct use. Implant, 0.05% failure when used correctly. This all within the first year. There are dozens of options with low failure rates... when used correctly.



Someone is full of shit. And I sincerely doubt universities all over the world testing this shit are in on some big conspiracy to fudge their results and produce millions of babies people aren't prepared to have or feed or care for.

The Master 2 kids; Perth, Australia 19989 posts
29th May '13
Quoting PROMOTIONALKITTENBASKET:" PEOPLE fail. Birth control rarely does. It seems like 3/4 of the women on here got pregnant when "BC ... [snip!] ... some big conspiracy to fudge their results and produce millions of babies people aren't prepared to have or feed or care for."


How do you incorrectly use an implant ... seriously. Or how do you incorrectly use an IUD?

user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
29th May '13
Quoting PROMOTIONALKITTENBASKET:" PEOPLE fail. Birth control rarely does. It seems like 3/4 of the women on here got pregnant when "BC ... [snip!] ... some big conspiracy to fudge their results and produce millions of babies people aren't prepared to have or feed or care for."

You can't "incorrectly" use an inserted method of birth control.



If I get pregnant, it's because MY tubal failed. I had nothing to do with it not working. In cases like that, the blame can't be placed on the person because she did not forget or skip; it just happened.

The Master 2 kids; Perth, Australia 19989 posts
29th May '13
Quoting Sly Saffy:" You can't "incorrectly" use an inserted method of birth control. If I get pregnant, it's because MY ... [snip!] ... not working. In cases like that, the blame can't be placed on the person because she did not forget or skip; it just happened."


I don't think she'll be back ... which is a shame because I have journal articles waiting to throw at her :(

~*~*~*~ ; 1 child; Biteme, ca, United States 1716 posts
29th May '13

I must say that when I was a teenager, I made sure I was prepared, by both the depo and him wearing condoms. Later, as an adult I got on the pill. I will admit I was the first to mention aloud that it seemed like an awful lot of people just did not take/use birth control correctly. Then, the Ortho Tri-Cyclen Lo I had taken for two years, at 9:58 every night by an alarm on my phone, didn't work. No antibiotics or any of the normal stuff that can screw it up. A few weeks after I found out I was pregnant, several people told me they had heard from different media sources that my brand was recalled due to a week switchup between weeks two and four. I did not do any research, I was already pregnant, didn't much care because it was too late. I think I would have been more upset. So, while I am fully aware that many times it is the users fault, I no longer judge- at least to anyone- unless I hear them say it was their fault. For OP response, while I know bc can fail, I am almost positive a sixteen yr old with a four month old has a steady way to prevent pregnancy. Concentrate on the baby, not sex. Especially if they are one of the people who's bc failed.

Rob's Living Dead Girl Royersford, Pennsylvania 3256 posts
29th May '13

I think it

Interrobang!? 6 kids; Ontario 1176 posts
29th May '13
Quoting Destiel:" I don't think she'll be back ... which is a shame because I have journal articles waiting to throw at her :("

By all means, "throw at me" any article you like that you think explains why the majority of women on this site believe they used birth control correctly and it failed them.



Implant is just one example, I assume it can be somehow used incorrectly, as the rates for the IUD do differ (even if slightly) between "perfect use" and not (http://www.contraceptivetechnology.org/CTFailureTable.pdf).

Ellie. 34 kids; Arizona 25371 posts
29th May '13
Quoting PROMOTIONALKITTENBASKET:" By all means, "throw at me" any article you like that you think explains why the majority of women on ... [snip!] ... the IUD do differ (even if slightly) between "perfect use" and not (http://www.contraceptivetechnology.org/CTFailureTable.pdf)."


No one is saying that its always contraceptive failure. They're saying it happens. And I'd like to know if you've personally spoken to a "majority" of members on here? So you saw a few posts and assume that a "majority" of women hold this opinion? Unless you have... your argument is invalid.

N's Momma☆ 1 child; Spain 2346 posts
29th May '13
Quoting Rob's Living Dead Girl:" I think it
Interrobang!? 6 kids; Ontario 1176 posts
30th May '13
Quoting Man. Bear. Sloth.:" No one is saying that its always contraceptive failure. They're saying it happens. And I'd like to know ... [snip!] ... So you saw a few posts and assume that a "majority" of women hold this opinion? Unless you have... your argument is invalid."

I've been around long enough to see how many people claim their BC failed, LOL. You don't have to interview everyone, they volunteer the information themselves.