I am currently on a birth control that i take daily, ,also using a condom which have never broke or leaked (i check), he also is unable to ejaculate inside me so he doesnt cum inside me.. Also he wlays pees before hand so his penis is clear or sperm i have sex like twice a month with my boyfriend.I get really paranoid about being pregnant like last month i bled a little for 3 days (im on loestrin 24 so my period are supposed to last that lenght and be very short) yet i was still paranoid like crazy.. Then this month we had sex once and we were safe like usual.. But 5 days later im feeling really nausea and so is my brother so it could just be a virus or something but im afraid i could be pregnant what do you think? or do you think im just paranoid?
Using the contraceptive pill and a condom correctly for every act of intercourse gives you as close to 100% protection as it gets. There is no reason to be concerned about pregnancy if this is the case.
If the lightness of bleeding on your pill is concerning you, you can ask your doctor to switch you to a traditional pill with less suppressive properties. There is never reason to be concerned about light bleeding/no bleeding at the end of a pill pack as long as you have taken all the pills correctly. The only exception is if you miss two bleeds in a row.
(Just for the sake of clarification; urinating beforehand is not sufficient protection for unprotected genital contact, and correct use means a condom is applied before any contact/penetration. )
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