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Cheergal4U
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I need help fast please...
Im on birth control and usually take it at 10 every night. I took it about 10 on Thursday and went to my boyfriends house on friday and forgot to take it with me.. we had sex friday night about 12.. but used a condom. Then he ejeculated 9in the condom).. went to the bathroom and went pee and cleaned him self up. So there wasnt any sperm or anything on him. Then we had unprotected sex for like 3 min and he did ejculate then. What are my chances? PLease help me

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-Jill
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Missing one pill in a cycle usually isn't a catastrophe. Read the insert that came with your pills; it will have information on what to do when this happens. While it is likely that you're protected using a back-up form of birth control is a good idea for the remainder of this cycle.

The three minutes of unprotected sex do leave both of you at risk for STIs. Now is an excellent time to get tested. Read Testing, Testing… for more information.


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