I have been on this pill for 1 year now and I love it !! My boyfriend and I have sex on the weekends and he's never cummed inside me but we always talk about it... Would I be okay / protected if I let him cum inside me ??
They are called birth control pills for a reason. You've been safe after the first 7 days you were taking it. That is probably why you haven't gotten pregnant, because not ejaculating in you most certainly is NOT a form of birth control.
Withdrawing the penis before ejaculation is a wasted gesture. It does little to nothing to prevent pregnancy. You, however, have been on birth control pills which ARE designed to prevent pregnancy by supressing the monthly release of an egg cell. Your boyfriend can ejaculate all he wants within you and you will not become pregnant as long as you take your pills properly. No egg=no baby. Condoms are recommended to prevent STDs once you are past the initial period when you are waiting for the pill to take effect (which takes place in the first seven days of being on the pill) After the first seven days, condoms are for preventing STDs only, not for contraception. If you are in a commited relationship and are sure that your partner is STD free and not having sex with any others then you dont have to use condoms and he can finish inside of you without any worries of getting pregnant. That is what the Pill is for! If you miss a pill you need to use condoms for seven days after the missed pill (or just not have sex for a week). When you miss a pill there is a chance that an egg could be released and you can become pregnant. Also if you have to take antibiotics, you need to use back up because antibiotics can reduce the effectivness of the pill so use back up condoms the whole time you are taking the antibiotics and for at least seven days after (or abstain from having sex during this time) Withdrawal before ejaculation WILL NOT keep you from becoming pregnant. Men secrete sperm all throughout the sex act. This secretion happens without the males knowledge it has happened and it isnt something he can control. Even if he never sees or feels anything coming out doesnt mean it isnt happening. As long as you are regular in taking your pill every day at roughly the same time of day and you use back up when it is appropriate, you can rest assured that you are protected against pregnancy.
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