... period I had sex with my partner and he did not pull out can I get pregnant?
If you have been on the pill for nine months and have not missed any pills in the past seven days then you are protected against pregnancy even on your period week and even if he didnt pull out. Pulling out really doesnt do anything from a contraceptive standpoint anyway because men secrete sperm all throughout the sex act and it only takes one! But the pill should protect you as long as you have been on it at least seven consecutive days without missing any and as long as you are not on any antibiotics because antibiotics reduce the effectiveness of the pill. Once you are past the seven consecutive days on the pill, you are protected against pregnancy all month! Condoms, past the first seven days, are used for STD protection (and they do offer a little extra protection in case you forget a pill or when you are on antibiotics, condoms are a good back up to use for the time you are on antibiotics and for seven days after). Otherwise, if you are monogamous, and are sure your partner doesnt have STDs, you dont need condoms because from a contraceptive stand point you are protected by the pill. So no worries!!
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