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Sinead S
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I have been taking the BC pill, Yasmin, for almost 5 months now. Yesterday I was having sex with my boyfriend and he didn't wear a condom at the start but put one on well before he ejaculated.

I took my pill at 10pm as normal except at 11pm had some mild diarrhea and again at around 1.30am.

I have been up all night worrying about this.

Am I protected?
Was I still protected from my pill I took the day before while I was having sex?

Please Please Help.

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Yes, you will still be protected by your pill, provided you continue to take it properly (everyday, same time).

I understand you're concerned, but posting your question in numerous forums will not get it answered any sooner.

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