I will not/can not MAKE my dh do anything.
No, if he didnt want one then we would take the appropriate steps IE bc to make sure another pregnancy doesnt happen
Rule here is that if last baby a section then I get tubes tied if not then he gets vasectomy. We settled it this way by what is least invasive and neither being a wimp. Now if he doesn't want the V after baby 4, then that's fine because I want more kids than he does and no worries, we can afford about 6.
I don't make him do anything. It would annoy the life out of me to saddled with a man that weak.
I can't and wouldn't want to force my husband to do anything. That's not how our marriage works. We have discussed this option and when we decide we are done having kids he will have the procedure done when he feels ready to do it.
I wouldn't MAKE him but he did. He and I both agreed that since I had to go through childbirth he could go through a vasectomy, plus it is A LOT safer on his end then it is on mine
i would never. we're finished having kids but we just use condoms. we're very careful and altough condoms aren't 100% effective, it hasn't failed us so far.
i know some women who tell their husbands to get snipped or no sex which IMO isn't fair. just use a condom!
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no. in fact I wouldn't let him. just for the simple fact, I have known way too many people who thought they were done, got it done, and later regretted it. we don't know what the future will bring. just because a couple is done having kids together, doesn't mean that they are done period. so many people end up getting divorced or widowed and remarried. then want to have children w/ their new spouse. if me and my husband decided we were done, neither 1 of us would get anything done permanently. there are tons of temporary bc options out there that we can use that would work just as well. we have already discussed this and we both agree w/ this. neither 1 of us want to do something that we might later regret.
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