I am interisted in adding birth control to my long term storage. Any suggestions as to what type?
EEEEWWWW!!!!I think a basal thermo. and charting supplies as well as a handy book on the subject will be the best long term plan.
It really is simple once you get use to it. Learning to check your own cervix and paying attention to cervical mucos especially combined with charting will help to prevent pregnancy. Ofcourse, that is stuff you should be learning now.
I have heard such things as Aloe Vera Gel slathered on a penis will help disrupt the ph balance of sperm for use as an extra spermicide in an emergency. I still have yet to confirm this.
Regardless, you should stock & take your vitamins. In the case of an accidental pregnancy this will help prevent some of the problems that could occur!
I recommend that every woman have a copy of "Spiritual Midwifery" or at the very least an emergency Childbirth book with GOOD photos of different ways to get a child out who can be in all different stages of 'stuck'.
Some shepards purse tincture (lasts forever) in the case of hemmorahge, and an emergency birth kit. You can purchase them pre-made for around $30.
In the case of abortificants, there are tinctures you can make that are legal. Google "2 and a half weeks late" potion etc.
This will bring on your period early. Some consider it an abortificant, others dont.
with my limited knowlege of anatonmy, i think the fully developed sperm are stored higher up in the body, so i don't think that would work- he was just lucky (and odd).I have a buddy who used to dip his balls in a hot water before he would go out because they say heat kills sperm. I don’t know if it worked or he was just lucky but he never got anyone pregnant.
There's a brand new chapter for the SAS Survival Guide!Yea, the pull-out method is NOT AFFECTIVE. It only takes ONE SPERM to result in pregnancy. I'm thinking that maybe learning how to make animal skin condoms would be a good idea in the longer term. I don't know how easy it would be but it's a thought. They're not good for protecting against STD's because they're porous, but in a monogamous relationship I suppose it wouldn't be a bad thing. I don't know how well it prevents pregnancy though, but it should be a better idea than just hoping nothing happens.
Stocking up is a good idea too