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Hello, I posted on here before but I have another questions. Back story, my girlfriend has been on BC for 5 years. Due to insurance problems she was off for about 3 weeks. She started her pills again on Jan 14th so less then a week ago. On Thursday she took the pill at night instead of in the morning like she was supposed to be the rest were taken on time. I always use condoms and withdrawal before ejaculation. My question, is would her birth control be doing anything for us right now if I condom would rip? I figure it has to be doing something but I wanted to know what you thought. Remember she did not take it the sunday after the period, she took it on the random day we were able to get the pills. Are we running any real risk?


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Robin Lee
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Answered this in your other thread.


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