Why do girls like doing things they are not ready to accept responsibility for? Life could have been a lot easier if people stick to the the basic rules of life.
Indeed, prevention is better than cure. Now no one is talking about taking some oral pills in order to prevent getting pregnant. Abstinence would have solved many of the problems Ghanaian ladies find themselves in.
Sex comes with its own responsibilities; you have to be ready for the consequences whenever they bellow. You will be shocked that many Ghanaian ladies dread getting pregnant even though they pay little or no attention to HIV/AIDS.
Many of the ladies in the society find it easy to spread their legs for men even though they will be searching for orthodox and unorthodox remedies to use afterwards. The point is why bother having unprotected sex if you know you do not want to get pregnant? It is expected that the ladies of this generation should be smart enough to know that sex is worth waiting for.
Moving on, there are some ladies that are viewed as being loose; the environment we live in is a sentimental one where people pay more attention to the loud dressers and attention seekers.
They fail to notice the quiet ladies who do not go to the chemists to buy pills. These ones are the bad ones because they are too smart to be caught.
Find below some of the absurd things they do in order to avoid getting pregnant:
1. Salt and water
Ghanaian girls have been using saline solution to prevent pregnancy since time immemorial. They use this solution in the absence of every other remedy.
After having sex, ladies drink a concentrated amount of salt-water as a way of preventing the sperm from reaching the eggs.
The effectiveness of this solution can be proved with the increasing rate of unwanted pregnancy. Good luck with this method if you become hypertensive while trying not to get pregnant.
2. The squeeze and release
Some Ghanaian girls are badoo, they know the game so well they do not bother using pills or drinking saline solution.
They simply go to the bathroom where they squeeze or tighten the muscles around their vagina (do not ask us how). After doing this, they pee and out comes the deposited sperm.
Some ladies do not bother with the tightening as they know how to make the sperm come out with less effort. Those ones are the gurus.
The next time you see a Ghanaian girl guiding a bottle of Schweppes with all her effort, please let her be. Girls do not take this drink for the satisfaction of it, they have derived an unconventional use for it.
Taking this drink immediately after sex is believed to prevent pregnancy, the rule is it must not be refrigerated. If you try this method and you end up giving birth to twins, do not beef the product by not sharing it at the naming ceremony.
4. Taking painkillers after sex
Some Ghanaian ladies have formed the habit of using painkillers immediately after having unprotected sex.
Apart from the painkillers helping you get over the body pains you may have after contorting yourself into different shapes and forms, we do not see how these drugs will prevent conception.
And if you keep taking them to prevent pregnancy, that means the angel of death is asking you to come over.
5. Andrews liver salt and lime
Except you are keen on washing out your womb and intestines, that is when this drug will be effective. Ghanaian ladies have different remedies they drink in order to avoid getting pregnant. Some drink lime tirelessly until their period shows.
Taking Andrew liver salt and lime in excess will give you more health issues to worry about apart from getting pregnant. It will start from you thinning out and looking like someone struck with a deadly disease.
6. Sex during period
While some ladies do not like being touched when they are on their periods, some seize the opportunity to have unprotected sex. They know their chances of getting pregnant is slim or close to none. Even at this, the risk of catching an infection is higher.
If you cannot deal with the anxiety that comes with seeing your period after having unprotected sex, then use protection.