Hi Ak, There 98%, and if you just some spermiside as well, you should get up to 100%, as there will give you the added insurerance your looking for.
But if you want something more permanent get your self on the BC pill, that way your safe all the time but dont forget the condoms for safe sex from STDs, unless its a permanent relationship.
Hi Ak, why go to the bother of that when you can get extra strength ones, but with spermiside you should be OK, that would be cheaper and safer, and better still the B/C pill, is proberly the best bet for any women and who can manage them with no side effects.
Hi Ak, look if you not on the BC pill, never have sex without a condom, they do say what you asked, but if you read up about it you will see that you could still get pregnant, some of you women are funny creatchers at times, and never go by what you think is the norm.
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