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ive been on the yaz birth control for almost two months...the past couple times my boyfriend and i have had sex he has gone in me without a condom...he only stays there for 30 seconds at the most and then he takes it out and we use a condom...i take my pill at about the same time everyday for the most part, and ive never missed one...ive taken it like 3 or 4 hours late before, thats it...should i be worrying about getting pregnant?
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Since you've been taking your pill consistently, there isn't a pregnancy risk here. Though, have you and your boyfriend both been tested for STIs at least twice, sixth months between tests? If not, there IS a risk for STIs. Anytime there's unprotected contact there's that risk.

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