- Jul 31, 2005
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- Political Leaning
- Slightly Liberal
CattyCarissa said:You evidently don't research anything.
So yes it is reversable.
You evidentally don't read your own sources. The first one says:
The pregnancy rates after reversal on average are only about 50%.
Yeah, brilliant idea for temporary birth control, that. :roll: Who's been showed now?
Peralin - you risk yourself in some way, all the time. When you drive, there's a risk that despite all your precautions, someone will collide with your car. When you eat at a restaurant, there's a risk the food will be badly prepared and you'll end up with salmonella. What are you meant to do, go "Oh well, what a pity my luck ran out, but it's my responsibility for eating/driving!"