Some people are so... creative.

By Anonymous - / Saturday 17 February 2018 06:00 /
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  JulietMarie  |  28

This has nothing to do with sex ed and everything to do with her being stupid. Not only would the prescribing doctor tell her how to use it and the proper dosage, but it would all be written on the package as well. She obviously just doesn’t know how to listen and follow directions.

  Yudith  |  14

Come on! Stupidity is not like slanted eyes. It's more like hair color; your child gets a bit of his mother's side and a bit of his father's side and the dominant trait means he gets a bigger bit, that's all. Also, contrary to hair color, you actually have an influence on your child's stupidity.

By  WhatHappenedToIt  |  22

the package usually says take orally once a day... wtf is wrong with her haha
but it is possible to get pregnant on the pill while taking it correctly. it's how I ended up with my son, turned out that my body was adjusting to it and i had to find a new form if i hadn't had become pregnant haha

By  boopingsnoot  |  22

I once had an orthopedic nurse ask if I took my bc implant "by mouth EVERY day" and her eyes bugged out when I lifted my arm and wiggled it around under the skin with the opposite hand.

By  boopingsnoot  |  22

I've heard of gals thinking Nuvaring acts as a bracelet (it is inserted vaginally) and I can't help but wonder who to blame: doctor using too technical terms, or patient with some sort of word-processing barrier

By  Mungolikecandy  |  13

I gather it was not her intellect which attracted you?

  chyiochan  |  26

Or probably a young teen like the majority are on this site...Kids are retarded. I came to the US from Canada, sex ed can suck from any school. And some doctors don't think they need to say "swallow" for a pill. Mine never had my entire life, just prescribed and reminded to not skip! Happens in the UK too!

By  withered  |  27

Seems fake. Pills (any, not just contraceptives) come with instruction on how to use them + her doctor would have told her how and when to take them. The whole point of contraception pills is not getting pregnant and when you don't want that you DO read instruction and everything because you want to make sure you use them properly.

  mssileas  |  9

I wanna agree but don't underestimate people's "I do not have to read"-opinions.
(Idk why they find it offensive that something would require them to read, but... those people exist. there's also secondary analphabetism and to be fair, I consider myself fairly intelligent and well-educated on sex, but it says - for example - take on the first day of your menstrual cycle. Ok that's great but I wouldn't have known that this meant the first day of my period if I hadn't called my doctor, I would have thought it's the first day after my period. And this is contributed a lot to the fact that even sex ed says "penis goes here and then conception happens unless condom or pill" - but they really don't want to be bothered going into the "gross" details about periods and stuff, so it's lacking at best)

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