Can you just accept abstinence is not the only way to avoid pregnancy with 100% certainty?

Hysterectomy, tubes tied, vascetomy. All of these prevent pregnancy with 100% success. A hysterectomy can kill a woman's sex drive though.
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  • No.

    Hysterectomy, tubes tied, vasectomy etc are only 99% effective, and even then it depends on the quality of the operation done.

    If the surgery hasn't been done properly, then there is still a chance of pregnancy.

    You're confused about what a hysterectomy entails as there are many different procedures to it. Low libido is not likely anything to do with it. If anything it's probably her hormonal balance.

    • I was supposing that it was a successful surgery and the girl didn't already have a fertilized egg.

  • yup i do. The only 100% guaranteed way to not get an STI or STD though is abstinence.

    • True. It just seems most people are tested, but still have sex with protection because of not wanting a pregnancy to result. Where if they really don't want pregnancy, there are ways to prevent it (although it's permanent).

    • yup i agree.. Its why before i married, regardless of what the person i was with told me about how clean they were or if they had their tubes tied, i still wore a condom.. Dont trust anyone..

    • I would want to get tested together l, but since I got a vascetomy I don't care if she claims she was also sterilized. Plus I say I got a vascetomy early on, because if she wants to give birth, it's better we know early on.

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  • Those are actually 99% effective, there’s still 1% chance that it won’t work lol

    • So a hysterectomy, Which removes the uterus is only 99% effective... Your logic is astounding. Considering without a uterus you cannot get pregnant..

    • I was actually talking about tied tubes and vasectomies. I’m not an idiot, I do know how the female body works.

    • ah ok well your original comment suggests otherwise.

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  • That’s obvious

    • Sp you would think, but clearly people in here don't. Of course that's supposing most people on here actually think.

    • A good chunk of the folks here are also stupid sooo lol

  • Tubal ligation or salpingectomy (tying or removing the fallopian tubes) are not 100% effective. Removing the tubes is more effective than just tying them, but both can fail in very rare cases. So can a vasectomy. Though usually those failure occur shortly after the procedure. A hysterectomy is extremely effective, though there have been some cases of ectopic pregnancy occuring after a hysterectomy.
    And that's not to mention the risks that come with surgery. Something as big as a hysterectomy takes at minimum 6 weeks to recover from. And there are potential short and long term complications more serious than a drop in libido, like pelvic organ prolapse, injury to the bowel or bladder, incontinence, even early onset of menopause (even if the ovaries are left in)

    • They're extremely taste. Statistically speaking you are more likely to be in a car crash.

    • *extremely rare

    • Yes, they are rare, but they can happen. Therefore those procedures cannot claim to be 100% effective at preventing pregnancy

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