I'm on LoLoestrin Fe birth control. Am I protected on the sugar pills? I had unprotected sex and he ejaculated in me. Should I take Plan B? Can I?

You are protected. Nearly all birth control pills are set up to stop the active pills for a few days. This normally brings down a period but you are not off the active pills long enough for an ovulation to occur. It is not helpful to take Plan B, which only might make you sick and cause irregular bleeding.

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How do I know I need plan b? I have been taking ocella birth control everyday but not at the same time every day. Last night I had unprotected sex and he ejaculated in me. Do I need to take plan b? I had my last period that started march 3rd and my next o

For. For the future, Plan B needs to be taken within 72 hours of having unprotected sex. The earlier it is taken the more effective it will be. In your case I don't think it would have been necessary to take unless you missed more than 3 pills in a row, which you did not state. Expect your period to come as usual. Take care.

I had unprotected sex last night with my boyfriend we have had sex three other time w condoms but he pressured me into it with out last night I was wondering as a precaution can I take my birth control pills as a plan b pill? I have junel fe 1.5-30 TAB ge

Get Plan B ASAP. It would be preferable to take Plan B as soon as possible. You may not be able to get the dose of bc pills right. If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time, every time. You may consider implanted contraceptive, or IUD. Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine.
Protection. Have you been on birth control pills? If you have then you WERE protected from pregnancy, provided you take them everyday and don't miss any. What you failed to protect yourself from was a sexually transmitted disease. In addition NO means NO. If you are being force you are being sexually assaulted.

I had unprotected sex yesterday but he did not ejaculate inside of me. I just went off of my birth control a week ago. Should I take plan b?

Probably not. Well, that is a tough question. If you are absolutely 100% certain, without a doubt, sure that he did not ejaculate anywhere near the vagina, then you do not need planb. Also, if you were on hormonal birth control up until one week ago, then the chance of pregnancy is still very low as well.
Sex=risk of pregnant. Nothing more untrue than the statement, "...Didn't ejaculate inside therefore....." just prior to ejaculation there is a pre-ejaculate fluid released from the penis and this secretion does contain more than enough sperm (it only takes 1) which can fertilize an egg. You should discuss viable contraceptive options of the "day after" variety with an expert physician.