... not finish in me. Any chance I'm pregnant? I haven't missed a pill and have taken them all on time for two months
From a contraceptive point, you are covered on the pill now, even if he does "finish" in you. I'm not sure where you all get the idea that pulling out helps, it does NOT-men secrete sperm all through the sex act and pulling out does little to nothing to prevent pregnancy! Any way, it is very very unliklely you are pregnant. The reasons for condoms after the first month on the pill is to protect against STD's, not contraception. If you are manogamous and sure of your partners sexually history, you dont have to use condoms unless you tend to forget pills and prefer to have them as a safety net or you are with multiple partners and are unsure of their sexual past. You should be fully protected on the pill against pregnancy now even if he does ejaculate. Condoms are optional for contraception once you are on the pill a while, but they do help protect against STDs.
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