Recently, me and my boyfriend have had sex. He came in me but for two or three seconds then pulled out. I've been on tri sprinted for 7+ months, and I take the pill at 7:30 everyday but own the weekends, them I take it 10 or 11. I've had really bad abdominal pains and center stomach pain and very heavy vaginal discharge, could I be pregnant? What are my chance of being pregnant?
If you take your pills every day at roughly the same time of day (taking them a little later on the weekends is ok but perhaps a time in the evening would be better so that you could take them at the same time every day) then you are about 98-99% protected against pregnancy. Tubal ligation (or getting your tubes tied) is 99% so you are as protected as you can be. No birth control method is 100% other than abstinence. Pulling out offers you no "extra" protection. It is a wasted gesture. Men secrete sperm all through the sex act, not just when they ejaculate. They cannot feel this and they certainly cannot control it. Even if they dont see any fluid when they masturbate, it is still happening. Vaginal penetration is much more intense than masturbation and sperm are microscopic. It only takes one to impregnate you. You dont have to worry though. If you take the Pill every day as directed then you dont ovulate. If you dont ovulate then there is no chance to get pregnant no matter how many sperm are present. If you are going to have sex, then you might as well let him finish inside you. Pulling out is a wasted gesture. It is not necessary. It is not a "back up method" Condoms are the best "back up" method if you need one.
Heavy discharge is not a pregnancy symptom. It could be a vaginal infection however. It could even be indicative of an STD, especially if you have sex without a condom and you have heavy discharge with abdominal pain. Boys and men can carry STDs and not know it because they dont have symptoms but even without symptoms, if they carry it, they can pass it around to females they have sexual relations with. You need to go to the Dr and see what kind of infection you have going on and get it treated. If it is an STD or a sexually transmitted infection, your partner(s) need to be treated as well. You should stop having sex until you see the Dr. just in case it is something sexually transmitted.
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