I'm not sure what you're asking. Are you saying you had intercourse while she was still using the pill? If so, she would have had the protection the pill offers.
If she was not on the pill (including if we has already stopped, because it is only safe during the placebo week IF the person starts their next pack on time), then no, she did not have its protection. If she wants protection after the fact, she can either obtain emergency contraception or, depending on her brand of pill, use her pill in a specific dose as emergency contraction.
I saw you have another thread where you're having a lot of pregnancy scares, so I'm going to go with Amanda's last response to you and encourage you to take a break from kinds of sex that create these fears in you or, at the very least, not intentionally have high-risk sex when a) you know you get scared already even when it isn't high risk, and b) you know you do not want a pregnancy. Too, if doing the things you actually can like backing up with condoms isn't something you feel able to do, but you're having pregnancy scares, I think it's probably really important you take a little time to try and sort out what you're making the choices you are here. They don't seem in line with what would actually be best for anyone, you know?
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