WooHoo Wellness & Pregnancy Overhaul, module #2

Pregnancy Risk, Protection & Fertility – related features

———————– Risk ———————–
WooHoo Risk Explained

WooHoo has a 25% chance of causing pregnancy if unprotected.
If using the WTD module, WooHoo also has risk of transmitting diseases.

“Try for Baby” is left unimpacted by this mod, and I am leaving it for cases where you just want a Sim to get pregnant. Chances of pregnancy when trying for baby are 80%, and protection or infertility will not impact it. Consider it a cheat.

———————– Protection ———————–
Condoms: Getting them, using them, etc

Using them: You don’t need to do anything with them; if your Sim has them, they’ll get used, you’ll get a notification saying “Protection was Used” (unless your Sim is WooHooing with someone they agreed to not use condoms with).
If your Sims somehow have no protection and are WooHooing autonomously, or if you made it so that they WooHoo without protection, you will get the following notification, in a different color so that you can intervene and sent them to get an emergency pill if you so wish. 

Checking if a Sim has protection: You can check at any time how many you have in your inventory. Your Sim can ask others if they’re on birth control or have condoms; if they do, then it doesn’t matter whether your Sim has anything or not (for obvious reasons), they’ll both be protected.

Buying them: Condoms can be bought through a Rabbit Hole, and also ordered through the computer game-style (meaning, available immediately), if for whatever reason you want to skip over the realism of going to fetch them and get them instantly instead. You can place them in world, give them to other Sims, etc etc.

Hormonal Birth Control: where to get it, how to use it, side effects

How it works: It protects from pregnancy, but not WTDs (WTDs are an optional feature, read ore about them below). Hormonal birth control is time-based. It automatically renews every 7 sim days. To get off of it, your Sim needs to decide to stop, through an interaction.

How to get it: A Sim needs to book a family planning appointment on the computer. After the appointment, the Sim comes home on birth control.   If your Sim is on birth control, a Sim who wants to have children will have the ability to ask them to stop it. This is for those who play relationships with NPCs, so that you have a way to have the result you want without needing to make the other Sim playable.

Side effects: Yes, hormonal birth control has side effects… Moodlets of 1 to 2 points, mostly 1. From being unable to get flirty for a day to spotting, not fogetting headaches and nausea…

Special Interactions:

  • Ask to Stop Using Condoms: these Sims won’t use condoms together anymore, but would still with other partners
  • WooHoo Without Protection: to skip condoms just once
———————– Fetility-related Features ———————–
All about Fertility Features

Sims can go have sterilization surgery and procedured to reverse that. After that, they can tell their partners about it (under “WooHoo Wellness”. Reactions depend on pregnancy wish.

There is also an interaction under “Romance” to announce being infertile to new partners with whom a first kiss has already been exchanged.
Sims can ‘Ask about Fertility’ to others with whom they’ve had a first kiss.

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More fertility features are planned, such as some Sims being infertile just by default.


7 thoughts on “WooHoo Wellness & Pregnancy Overhaul, module #2

  1. Good evening, I’d like to know one thing, I’d like to test this mod, but there’s one thing that is stopping me from doing so, which is the fact that I use Wicked Whims, and some of the features here are also there one way or another, my question is, are they compatible? Like, do the modules from this mod detect and work with WW own features ( IE: comdoms, the STDs from this mod affect the Sims if they have a WW interaction ) or they work on another “layer” of their own?


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