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Hour later i had sex with my parther and he nutted in me
If you have been taking an active pill every day for more than at least seven consecutive days then you are protected 24/7 as long as you take a pill every day at roughly the same time of day. It takes seven days to start working on your body so for the very first seven days of starting the Pill, you need to use condoms and spermicide as back up but after that, as long as you are consistent, you are good to go. Birth control pills stop you from ovulating when you take them properly and they are about 98-99.9% effective when taken perfectly or about 96-98% effective when taken by average use. If you miss pills, especially more than one, and especially early in the month (in the first two-two and a half weeks), there is a possibility of ovulating so this is why it is important to take a pill every day and to take it at about the same time each day. If you do not ovulate, you cannot get pregnant no matter how much you have sex. No egg=no baby. The way to express when a man comes (nuts) is ejaculated/ejaculation. Nutted is not a very pretty expression for a woman (or a man for that matter-it is rather disgusting, really) and it makes you sound common. The medical and proper term is ejaculate or ejaculation. You have about an hour each way to bee "on time" so if you pick, say, 5pm to take your pill, you can take it anywhere between 4pm and 6pm and be considered on time. It is better to take a pill early than late but for best protection, it should be about the same time every day. Taking it at all random times makes it less effective.
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