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We have a ces with my GF usually 5 days before her menstruation....
And we will have a sex again from 1 to 5 days after her menstruation.
Are we doing right to avoid pregnancy?
Please help me
I need you option.
What is the best sexual inter curse?


umm... no im afraid not the only way to have "safe sex" is by using protection. if you knew when she ovulated you "safely have sex" but 5 days after menstration is actually a kill zone you can most def become has to deal with ovulation... google it so you can completely understand


If your gf periods are very regular, like exacly every 28 days. so she knows exactly when she will come on, then it may be possible to know when ovulation occurs.
That is when the ovum(egg) is released.
At that time her vaginal discharge should change in consistancy

The amount of normal discharge varies from woman to woman, and with the menstrual cycle. Many women notice that during the week after a period there is hardly any discharge, and what there is has a thick consistency. Towards the middle of the cycle (about 2 weeks after the start of a period) the amount increases and it becomes thin, slippery and clear, like uncooked egg white. When this discharge is exposed to the air it becomes brownish-yellow, so it is normal to find a yellowish stain on your undies at the middle of the monthly cycle. There may also be a feeling of moistness and stickiness.

Discharge also increases during pregnancy. And during sexual excitement, vaginal discharge becomes very profuse because two glands near the vaginal opening (the Bartholin's glands) secrete additional slippery mucus, which acts as a lubricant for intercourse

that is the time she is most fertile and likely to become pregnant.

but because sperm can survive up to 5 days inside her body, and if her cycles are not always regular , you can never guarantee a 100 per cent SAFE time for having sexual intercourse, if you ejaculate your sperm into her vagina.
You will need some form of birth control. Either male or female contraceptive , like male or female condom, coil or birth control pills.