hey i had sex last night with my boyfriend and now i am scared we never used a condom and he did pull out before he cummed because it got all over my boobs lol but thats beside the point i have my period right now so when we had sex i had my period right after having sex i took my first birth contol pill just started them after sex. Is there any chance that i could be pregent since i had my period durin sex. with out a condom....
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If you had not been taking the BC pills for one full cycle, you would have had a risk. Taking one right after the fact does not decrease your risk: that just isn't how they work. Being on your period also doesn't eliminate risk: that isn't usually the HIGHEST risk time for most women, but it isn't the lowest, either.
I'd advise obtaining emergency contraception/the morning after pill if you wish to prevent pregnancy.
And you will also need, this whole first cycle of pills, for your partner to still use condoms. In addition, if neither of you has been practicing safer sex -- that's screenings AND latex barriers -- monogamously, for at least six months, your STI risks are still high, so we'd advise using condoms (and latex barriers for other sexual activities) for at least that long.
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