Definition: The withdrawal method of birth control is popular among users varies by age, race, and country. the withdrawal method also called as pull-out method or coitus interruptus is a form of birth control where one partner removes their penis from the other partner’s vagina and away from their partner’s genitals before they ejaculate, which usually happens at or around the time of orgasm.
According to a research, out of every 100 people using the pull-out method as birth control, an estimated 20 to 27 of them will get pregnant within one year, please don't have the fluke mind and put yourself or your partner in a high-risk situation of pregnancy. Moreover, The coitus interruptus is tough to use and some people may not seize the right moment and pull out their penis too late. Even though you can get a fluke success, can you guarantee the accuracy of control and self-awareness for every time?
The withdrawal method is not a reliable way to prevent pregnancy. If you and your partner definitely want birth control, please use a condom during coitus for mutual benefits.