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Pill timing for safety ?

How long do I need to take the pill in order for my man to ejaculate in me, without getting prganant?
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First Helper Kaychoi0901
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replied November 4th, 2009
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even while on birth control, you still have a slight risk of getting pregnant while on the pill..
i mean you could end up missing a day or something of taking the pill, if you dont take it correctly-same time everyday- you could end up possibly being pregnant.

so im going to say, its not a good idea at all, and to be better protected in practicing safe sex, you should use a condom while on the pill when having sex.
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replied January 3rd, 2013
Re: Pill timing for safety ?
Kaychoi0901 wrote:
How long do I need to take the pill in order for my man to ejaculate in me, without getting prganant?


I waited 3 and a half months. There are side effects that you can get from birth control, like vision changes, spotting, etc., but most birth control instructions say these go away after about 3 months. Waiting this long also gives your body a chance to re-regulate itself while on new pills. I would wait 3 months and use condoms until then. I have been on birth control 2 separate times with different birth control and I have never been pregnant.
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replied October 19th, 2019
Hello and welcome to EHF !


I went through your query and i understand your concern.You should take one tablet daily at exact time before intercoure to be safe from pregnancy. If you missed one pill a day, you must take two the other day or EC the next day or with in 72 hours of the sex.



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