Hello ive miss my pills every other day an sometimes i dont take my pills at the right time an my boyfriend always cums in me when we have sex soo i was just wondering can it get me pregnant? answer ASAP! thanks
Everytime you miss a pill, you greatly increase your chances of getting pregnant! if you do not want another baby then you need to be sure to take your pill regularly. It works best to take it at the same time every day but that is not as important as actually taking the pill daily. Set an alarm on your cell phone to remind you to take your pill. Try picking a time that you know you will be able to take it regularly. you just have to make yourself get into the habit! If you get up at the same time every day then that may be a good time or if you have dinner at the same time of day that might be a good time-just pick a time that will be regular and try to stick to that time as much as possible.
Setting an alarm on your phone will help to remind you and when the alarm goes off-go take your pill right away so you dont forget! It is your resposibility to remember this and it should be important to you! If you just cant seem to remember then perhaps another form of birth control would be better. Perhaps Depo-Provera which you have to go get an injection every 13 weeks would be easier to remember. Until you develop a habit of taking your pill every day, you should be using condoms as back up to prevent an unwanted pregnancy! Do no rely on a man "pulling out" before he ejaculates (or cums) this does NOT work as men secrete sperm all throughout the sex act, not just at ejacualtion! Pulling out before ejaculation does little to nothing to prevent pregnancy! You are palying with fire and you WILL end up pregnant soon if you continue the way you are. If you keep missing pills, you might as well not be on any birth control at all for all the good you are doing!
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