Our expert says:
tWell, Jack, I'd have to agree that fear of pregnancy in a male is indeed irrational. But am I right in guessing that what you fear is getting someone else pregnant ? Now, there are a number of reasons wny someone might fear intercourse or the whole issue of sexual activity.
With any condition which might be hereditary, you can get specialis advice genetically on whether this is significant enough to take into account in terms of deciding whether or not to father children.
Similarly, when anyone accuses you falsely of making them pregnant, or where hey have multiple candidates as the father of their child, proper blood tests can establish exactly who is and isnt the father. And such an experience could be a reasonable basis for fearing cretaing another pregnancy.
It'd be sensible for you to see a counsellor to work on reducing the irrational excesses of your anxieties, and to achieve your goal of being able to enjoy relationships without unhelpful anxieties.
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