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How many times is safe to ejaculate inside of my girlfriend when she take the pills
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replied December 24th, 2015
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Oral Contraceptive pills are highly effective and have a extremely low failure rate. The OCP has an efficacy (theoretical effectiveness) of 99.9 percent, with a typical user failure rate of three percent per year.

Failure of pills can occur if you had taken the pills irregularly or missed a few pills altogether.

Taking Oral contraceptive pills regularly (as directed by your doctor) gives you the benefit that you can enjoy your sex life, without the need for planning intercourse. In case you are in a monogamous relationship / Married and there is no fear of Sexually transmitted infections, then OCPs provide you a best way to enjoy your sex life without the need for protection or the fear of pregnancy.

If you have been taking the regular birth control pill and have not missed any of them, then there is no risk of pregnancy, and hence also there is no need to adopt the pull out method or to use the spermicide.

Just be careful to be regular with your birth control pills.

If you have missed any of your pills during the ovulatory phase, but there has not been intravaginal ejaculation, during intercourse during this period, then still the risk of pregnancy would be very low. If you have a doubt, do a pregnancy test.

I hope this helps to clear your doubts.
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