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Is taking birth control pills 100% safe for unprotected sex? Even if I ejaculated inside?

No... In medicine and life, nothing is 100%. But theoretically, it's, and doing nothing will have no consequence, namely, 100%. That is life. Of course, safe sex and caution against std should be exercised all the time. Meanwhile, it's worthwhile to keep this fact in mind: life is a process of constant struggle to cope with reality, certainty, and uncertainty of daily living. Best wish... Read more...

How long after starting birth control pills do I have to wait to have unprotected sex?

One month backyp. If you have not been on any form of contraception prior to the pill, start the pill at your next menstrual cycle and use a barrier method(condoms) of backup contraception for the first month to be safe. Read more...

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. Read more...

How long after taking birth control pills can I have unprotected sex?

Never. Unless you're in a mutually monogamous relationship, use of birth control pills doesn't lower your risk of sexually transmitted diseases (stds). Even regular use of condoms doesn't make your risk zero, it just improves your odds. Likewise, regular correct use of birth control pills doesn't make your risk of pregnancy zero, but does improve your odds. In general, wait at least a week after starting. Read more...

Can I have unprotected sex then start my birth control pills the next day?

I wouldn't. It is best to have a OCP in service for a month or more before you begin to rely on it. Use of another form of BC is necessary. The OCP generally works by fooling your body into thinking you are already pregnant, and not ovulating. It does not suddenly make all intercourse worry free the date you start it. Read more...