¿Qué es el coitus interruptus? | Planned Parenthood Video

Un hombre que practica el coitus interruptus retira el pene de la vagina antes de la eyaculación, que es el momento en el que el semen sale con fuerza del pene. Este método también se conoce como método de eyaculación fuera de la vagina. Para más información, visita: http://www.plannedparenthood.org/esp/temas-de-salud/anticoncepcion/coitus-interruptus-metodo-de-eyaculacion-fuera-de-la-vagina-4218.htm Transcripción: Retracción es cuando retiras el pene de la vagina antes de la eyaculación -es por eso que también se llama “coitus interruptus”. La retracción deja el esperma fuera de la vagina de manera que no puede nadar hasta un ovocito y causar un embarazo. Puede ser difícil retirar el pene correctamente, de manera que resulta menos efectivo que otros tipos de métodos anticonceptivos. Tienes que retirar el pene completamente de la vagina de tu pareja antes que CUALQUIER gota de semen salga o se puede producir un embarazo. Esto requiere de mucha experiencia, así que debes conocer tu cuerpo muy bien y debes querer y poder retraer a tiempo -generalmente en el momento de mayor placer durante el sexo. La retracción no previene el contagio de ITS, pero usar condones ayuda a protegerte y a tus parejas. Interrumpir el coito es gratuito y está siempre disponible, pero existen otras muchas formas más efectivas de métodos anticonceptivos. Tu centro de salud de Planned Parenthood más cercano puede asistirte a que encuentres el mejor método para tí.more

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