I'm on the blue pill , the one close to the dark green pills . I took this pill before and stopped because my period was two weeks long . Now that im taking it again , theres no period at all , just brown stuff . And I had sex 4 days ago unprotected but I'm sure he did not ejaculate inside me because that's not what we do , after a little sex we use oral to make him ejaculate . However I'm still afraid that I could be pregnant but is it the birth control pill ?
You should get your period while on the green pills. The brown "stuff" is old blood. Its not unusual to have less of a period when on the pill, because it decreases the amount of uterine lining that forms. And stop with the thinking that if he doesn't ejaculate in you you won't get pregnant. That's a myth. You are protected with the pill.
If you have been on the pill for only two weeks, it shouldnt be time for your period yet. Your period shouldnt come until the 4th week when you take the inactive pills. As kaismama mentioned, the brown discharge is just old blood and sometimes this may be all the period you will see. Forget about your old cycle when you start the pill-the pill will change your cycle to match the pills. The actives are usually for 21 days with 7 days of inactives ( a few pill formulations are a bit different but most follow this cycle) and it is during this inactive last week of the pack when your period comes. It sometimes may take several months for your periods to be regular and come when they are supposed to so you just keep taking the pills as they come in the pack no matter what your body is doing-you may see some irregular bleeding during these first several months-this is just your body adjusting to the pills hormones. After you have been on at least 7 consecutive active pills, the manufacturer claims you are protected but most clinics will have you wait a full cycle to have unprotected sex just to be extra cautious. Your partner withdrawing his penis before ejaculating (cumming) does absolutely NOTHING to prevent pregnancy! Males secrete sperm long before they ejaculate even if you dont see it. This is something he cannot feel or control in any way! Now that you have been on the pill for two weeks, you should be protected against pregnancy and if he is already in you, you might as well let him finish. The reasons to use condoms after your initial waiting period are to protect from STDs and for back up protection if you miss a pill or are on antibiotics. Your pill is the contraceptive (preventing pregnancy). As long as you have been taking your pills regularly, you wont get pregnant even if he ejaculates within you.
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