my girlfriend and i had sex and we did not use a condom. She is on birth-control and i DID NOT ejaculate inside of her or outside of her. she takes her pill every day at the same time. the reason why we stopped is because i became scared. so i had her get up and go pee. this happend on the 12 of dec. her period is comming up in the next week. i kno i can wait to see if she has her period but im so scared that im not eating and im losing sleep. i need to hear from a proffesional. i need to kno if im freaking out over nothing or if there is somthing to worry about.
You had unprotected sex with a girl that you don't seem to think is trustworthy to take care of birth control on her own. So yeah, worry about that. You should be in control of your own birth control, wear condoms.
no i trust her with her birth control. she takes it everyday i kno she does i see the pill that she takes. my ? is should i worry about her becoming pregnant because of the fact i didnt use a condom? and i did not ejaculate inside or outside of her..
The birth control pill is called the birth control pill for a reason: it prevents pregnancy. People who take their pill at the same time every day are called "perfect users." These people experience a failure rate of less than 1%. So, even if you had ejaculated in her, her chance of getting pregnant would have still been less than 1%.
The pill prevents pregnancy in three different ways. First and foremost, it suppresses ovulation. This means that no eggs are released ever. Without an egg, there cannot be a baby. If for some reason a woman does ovulate while on the pill, there are two more back-up methods the pill provides. One, it thickens the cervical mucus so it is much harder for the sperm to reach the egg. Second, it makes the lining of the uterus extremely thin. This makes the egg implanting in the uterus very difficult. Please remember that conceiving is an extremely involved and complicated process. The pill does everything in its power to make just one step go wrong. Don't worry. Many women rely on the pill as their only form of birth control, and it is very very effective.
Yes, you should have nothing to worry about. A condom prevents pregnancy by collecting the sperm in the condom. Birth control pills prevent pregnancy by changing a woman's hormones to, like the other poster said, either not release an egg, or make the vagina/uterus inhospitable for sperm to live and/or swim around in. Birth control pills don't protect against STD's, but, if taken correctly, they do a great job at preventing pregnancy. Best of luck to you!
well it was two and half weeks after we had sex with out a condom. remember i didnt ejaculate inside of her. well her period was normal but, 3 days later (so 3weeks later sense we had intercorse) she called me and said she was getting in the show and she felt somthing dripping on her leg she look and her vagina was leaking like a brown-ish thick fluid. then today she called me and said she woke up sick and was kinda sick so she took some anacid and then immeditaly through up. after she was fine. so what im asking is what is that discharge stuff and could she be pregnat? she is nervous and im really scared.