My gf had her period on march 11-15. We did the deed on march 24 10am which was her fertile period according to the calendar app. I used a condom but after releasing my cum in the condom, I would pee and would not put on a condom for the next round but I release my cum outside. My gf also pees after our rounds. A day after the deed, I bought her nordette (white pills) and she took 4 pills on march 25 9am and and another 4 pills on 9pm for the 2nd dose. By 12 midnight she experienced nausea and she vomitted but the pill was not included. By 2 am she vomitted again and she said it was bitter. We are afraid that she vomitted the dissolved pill which would lessen the effectivity of the pill. Please help us.
Okay, first of all urinating has no affect on clearing sperm. If you penetrate with a naked penis AT ALL, you risk pregnancy, plain and simple! If you are going to use a condom for birth control, it has to be used from start to finish NO penetration with a naked penis. I dont care if you peed five or ten times before or after sex, it doesnt matter, you leak sperm when you have sex, well before you ejaculate (cum) even if you dont feel it or see anything when you masturbate, it still happens. If you want to penetrate without a condom, take your girl in and get her on the Pill or some other regular reliable form of birth control. Emergency contraceptives are not nearly as effective. They are a huge blast of hormones designed to delay ovulation for a few days. This blast of hormones is what made her sick. And yes, if she vomited the pill then it is possible that it wont work as well. You have done about all you can at this point. You are playing Russian Roulette and you are going to have to wait it out now and hope and pray nothing happened.
- Nordette Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Nordette (detailed)
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