I just started using tri prevfium and this is my second day taking it. My boyfriend and I just had unprotected sex but he did not "finish" inside me. Should I still take the morning after pill?
Kaismara is right. Two days is not long enough for the "Pill" to take effect.
Men have a thing called "Pre-Cum". It's a lubricant that the penis creates so that when he cums, it will
not be painful. Pre-Cum contains a certain amount of sperm, that can impregnate you. So, even if he doesn't "finish",
or he pulls out before cumming, sperm is still in your system.
Use condoms until your pills kick in.
No, you need to wait 7 full days of active pills before you are protected. Pulling out offers absolutely NO protection. Men leak sperm long before they ejaculate. They cannot feel or control this leakage and you may not be able to see it (as when he masturbates) but it is there and CAN get you pregnant. There is a reason that directions are what they are. If you dont follow directions, you cant rely on being protected. You MUST use condoms (from start of penetration to finish-no matter where he finishes) for the first seven days or you must abstain until seven days has passed and you have had seven active pills. Once you are established (after the seven days) you are protected from then on as long as you dont miss any pills or take antibiotics. If you miss pills you need to use condoms as back up for seven days after the miss. If you get put on antibiotics, you must use back up condoms for the entire course of antibiotics and for seven days after you finish.
Other than that, once your seven days are up, you can have unprotected sex if you are not concerned about STD's.Birth control pills do not protect against STD's.
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