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Hi. This might seem stupid but I'm gonna ask anyway. If I'm on my 4th day of my pill free week and waiting for my period (I haven't come on yet, although it usually happens 4/5th day).

However I had sex with my boyfriend today and as we were sort of getting it on, he entered me a few times without a condom. He put on a condom before we actually had sex and he ejaculated.

However could the few times he entered me put me at risk? As in will I still have a period this month, or would it affect me next month, after my next month of pills?

Sorry if this makes no sense x


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There is always a possible risk of pregnancy and STIs ANY time you have intercourse, even with the pill and condoms. However, condoms radically reduce the risk of pregnancy and STIs, and the pill radically reduces the risk of pregnancy. So, one or both of those things make those risks smaller.

In terms of STIs, not using condoms means you have no risk protection. Are you two both current with STI screenings? If not, you'll each want to hop on that, for starters.

With pregnancy, if you use your pills properly, the risk of pregnancy is very small.

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