The withdrawal method, commonly referred to as the pull-out method, is a technique for avoiding pregnancy.
Even if it is unreliable, it is still preferable to taking no measures. It’s an alternative for partners who are willing to consider becoming pregnant.
As the term suggests, before ejaculating, one partner pulls his p@nis out of the other partner’s v@gina. Fewer sperm pass through the v@gina and cervix as a result of doing this. The sperm can then be placed elsewhere by the male partner.
Although it might seem simple, control and timing are still needed. Male partners may fail to withdraw in time if they are too caught up in the moment or are unable to feel when they are about to ejaculate.
The legality of pulling out as a method of birth control is a hotly contested issue. It does, however, somewhat reduce the likelihood of becoming pregnant. The safest choice would be to use a condom and pull out at the same time if you want to prevent getting pregnant and contracting a STI.