I started levora in june, and the doctor said to me "you can have sex with no condom after the 1st pack... not suggesting having it all the time w/out it, due to risk of std's or whatnot." and i only lost one pill since being on this birth control, which was the 2nd pack. and now i'm on my 4th. and about 2 more weeks till i finally take all my pills in a pack to start my period. i had sex yesterday with my boyfriend without a condom, and he did ejaculate inside. my body felt all weird since yesterday and it may be nerves but i don't know if i should be worried or not about being pregnant.
Birth control pills will protect you against pregnancy, so as far as that goes, you can have sex without a condom and your partner can ejaculate inside you. You may have unprotected sex all you want. You will be protected against pregnancy. Birth control pills do not, however, protect against STD's and to protect against STD's you must use a condom each time you have sex. If you are with a partner for a long time and you trust that they are STD free then you do not need a condom but if you are unsure, you should always use one for your own protection against STD's. As long as you have been taking your pills as you should be, every day, then you should be protected against pregnancy from when you had sex with your boyfriend. BCP are designed to keep you from having to worry about pregnacy and to enjoy your sex life. One just needs to be careful, still, about STD's when having sex with men you are not monogamous with.
- Levora Information for Consumers
- Levora Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Levora (detailed)
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