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Birth Control - Hey my girlfriend and I had unprotected sex on Sunday then she took the day after?
- 27 Feb 2014 by Arrias13
- 28 February 2014
- birth control, sex, unprotected sex, pill
Added 28 Feb 2014:
Hey my girlfriend and I had unprotected sex on Sunday then she took the day after pill about 6 hours later the last night 3 days later we had unprotected sex again the first time I ejaculated a little bit inside her the second time I pulled out and also she is on birth control but she missed a day last just on pill should she take another day after pill ?
No NO MORNING AFTER PILL WHILE ON BIRTH CONTROL PILLS!! She doesnt need them! If she misses a pill, it can increase her chances slightly but she is still better protected than emergency contraception would offer. It is very rare that a woman would need EC (emergency contraceptives or "the morning after pill") while on birth control pills. Birth control pills stop ovulation. If there is no egg released (ovulation is the release of an egg cell) then there can be NO baby no matter how much sperm is present. One other thing, pulling out is NOT a form of birth control. This is an ancient myth and I dont know why it still persists today but sperm are released LONG before a man ejaculates (or cums) You cannot feel or control this leakage of sperm.
Even if you dont see any fluid when you masturbate doesnt mean that release of sperm doesnt occur during vaginal sex before ejaculation. Pulling out offers NO extra protection at all! Granted, the majority of sperm are released during ejaculation but when conditions are right, it only takes one sperm to make a baby. Pulling out is a worthless gesture. It does NOTHING to protect against pregnancy. If you are worried about her fertility, you should use a condom as back up. If she takes her pill perfectly it is about 98-99.9% effective (no method other than not having sex at all is 100% effective), average use (meaning being late occasionally or missing an occasional pill) brings the rate down to 96-98% effective. The more pills missed, the higher the failure rate becomes, but a girl would have to miss 3-4 pills before the failure rate would be low enough to consider taking emergency contraception which has a higher failure rate because it only delays ovulation for a few days in a woman who doesnt take contraceptives already. If ovulation has already occurred, the emergency contraceptive will not do anything. If fertilization takes place EC's will not stop this pregnancy in progress. Since a woman doesnt ovulate when on birth control pills, taking emergency contraception is not necessary. By taking emergency contraceptives, she can expect her periods to be messed up so do not be alarmed if she misses her period this month. It is likely to be delayed from the EC pills hormones.
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