I'm on birth control pills, is it ok to have unprotected sex on the last fertile day of my fertile week?

On the pill? A woman on birth control pills, taking them properly, and beyond her first pack of pills... has no fertile day and has no fertile week. She is not fertile when on birth control pills. That means she has protection against pregnancy every day, regardless of where she is in her pill pack. However, adding condoms can protect against some STD diseases, and may decrease vaginal odor or discharge.

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If I take twice dosage of birth control pills after having unprotected sex in fertile days within 48hrs will it work as ecp as I heard it does?

ECP. It depends on the dose of the birth control pill, it can vary up to 5 pills PO now and repeat the 5 pills in 12 hours. Plan b is over the counter and is progestin only. Plan b works best the sooner it is taken to the unprotected sex act but may work up to 5 days. Another option is the copper iud. Most would lean toward Plan B as emergency contraception: otc, easily accessible, few side effects. Read more...

I started birth control, and waiting exactly One week to have unprotected sex. A week later, I started to bleed while still taking the pills. This bleeding lasted ALL THROUGH the rest of my birth control pills. So I was basically bleeding for two, three w

Bleeding. is quite common when first starting BC pills. FYI: You are not protected until you have finished 1 complete pack of pills. Go directly into your second pack and consult your GYN. Use pills and condoms. Read more...
Annoying but common. Its not uncommon to have annoying breakthrough bleeding when you first start on Birth Control Pills. Hang in there because it usually goes away after you've been on them for a few months. Best wishes! Read more...

I switched birth control pills started last mon had unprotected sex last weekend and forgot to take my birth control on sat and mon. Am I covered?

Probably. If you missed a pill, did you take two the next day? If you did, you are probably fine. If you usually do not forget to take your daily pill, then pills are still a good method for you. If you are continuously forgetting each month, you should consider another contraceptive method where daily remembering isn't required. There are a number of good options. Read more...