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coitus

[′kō·əd·əs]
(zoology)
The act of copulation. Also known as intercourse.
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of Women Positive Females for HPV (%) Para 1 11 1 (9%) Para 2 25 5 (20%) Para 3 14 8 (57%) Single sexual 48 12 (25%) partners Multiple sexual 2 2 (100%) partners Condom 24 1 (4.1%) OCPs 9 7 (77.8%) Cu T 6 3 (50%) Coitus Interruptus 6 1 (16.7%) Tubectomy 5 2 (40%)
Condom is used by 74% of sexually active youth in BiH, while 26% of them use some other methods (11.2% of the young males use coitus interruptus, and 14.9% of the young females use oral hormonal contraceptives).
Experiences of contraception included use of contraception (for which the response options were always, mostly, sometimes, or rarely) and method of contraception (for which the response options were condom, regular contraceptive pill, emergency contraceptive pill, loop intrauterine device, safe period in menstrual cycle, or coitus interruptus).
I'm pretty sure some of the lads have suffered 'coitus interruptus' but it's not the kind of thing you talk about."
You were beaten by coitus interruptus imposed by the church.
The new guideline addresses the use of hormonal contraceptives, emergency contraceptive pills, intrauterine devices for both pregnancy prevention and emergency contraception, barrier methods, sterilization, and "natural methods," including coitus interruptus, lactational amenorrhea, and fertility awareness.
Es interesante que, para ciertos juristas musulmanes, el aborto es permitido antes de los 40 dias, porque -dice el argumento- extraer o interrumpir el embarazo antes de los 40 dias es un coitus interruptus, no un aborto.
1500 BC Genesis describes how God kills Onan after he "wasted his seed on the ground" during coitus interruptus. (See page 16.)
The penitentials prescribe 10 years of penance for coitus interruptus and lifelong penance for oral sex.
Considering the facts that the only method of birth control available at the time was coitus interruptus, which is only moderately effective, and that the Arabs prided themselves on the number of children they had, we may safely assume that Aishah was born within the first four or five years of her parents' marriage.