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Ok, i talked to this helpline person, and asked them if I should worry if I have sex with a condom, while the girl is on birth control, and I pull out. She said yes, what do you guys think?

If she takes the pill consistently everyday?

Is there any cases where someone has gotten pregnant while using all 3 methods of protection?


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Pulling out isn't actually a method of birth control. It's also not helpful to pull out while wearing a condom, as that can actually cause the condom to slip and spill. Condoms are designed to contain ejaculate, so there is no need to pull out.

As long as you use both condoms and the pill correctly, you're as protected it gets. Both methods are very reliable and safe.

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