If I’m on the pill, can he cum inside of me without worry?

I’m new to this whole birth control thing. I’m used to the condom + withdrawal method but I wanted to use something more effective. So I’m starting the combo pill and am striving for perfect use. When it’s in effect, can my partner cum inside of me or could I still have a change of being pregnant?
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  • No birth control is 100% effective BUT most of the times it fails because people don’t know how to use it right.
    First of all to be sure it’s effective you have to take it everyday at the same time, never skip a day!
    Secondly I would wait to complete the first month just to be sure that ovulation is inhibited.
    Then you have to be careful in some circumstances: if you vomit, if you have diarrhoea, if you take antibiotics and some other drugs they can interfere with the pill and it can be no longer effective so you have to use condoms in those cases, usually at least for a week but always read the package insert.
    When you take a new drug always ask the pharmacist if it can interfere with the pill or read it in the package insert.
    With this being said pills are more effective than condoms when used properly.
    If you want my personal experience, I’ve been on birth control for almost 10 years and had my boyfriend cum inside me every single time in those 8 years we’ve been together and I never got pregnant

  • If you take it every day at the same time, you are protected. There are women who claim they got pregnant while on the pill, probably because they forgot to take it a few times or something of the following happened.
    Keep in mind: in the beggining you need to take it for 7 days for it to start working, antibiotics cancel the effect of the birth control, if you throw up or have diarrea soon after taking the pill, it might have not entered your bloodstream so you won't be protected. Every time you forget to take the pill, you're not protected for the following 7 days. If you forget on a day, you need to take it in the following 12h, but to be sure it's effective, take it at the same time every day.

  • Yes you can still get pregnant but the odds are low. The pill is 98% effective with perfect use and 91% effective with typical use. Condoms are 98%/85%, so the pill is actually more effective than the condoms are. It’s pretty safe for him to cum inside you but not completely foolproof. Some couples use withdrawal along with the pill for added protection.

  • There is always a chance. Sperm are magical little buggers.

Most Helpful Guys

  • If used "perfectly", BCPs are 99% effective. In practice, they are about 91% effective.

    Problems include missed pills, drug interactions especially with Rifampin (antibiotic), concurrent use of St. John's Wort, use of Griesofulvan (anti-fungal) , and some types of anti-seizure meds.

  • There's still a very small chance of getting pregnant, but if used properly, it's more effective that what you were doing before even if he cums inside you.

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  • Nothing is 100% safe.

  • There's still a chance. Birth control isn't 100% effective.

  • Don't take risk... Nothing is 100% safe

  • You should be OK, if you are rock solid on taking your med. Ask your doctor.

  • pretty safe but nothing is 100%

  • There is no form of contraception that is 100% effective.

    There are other options... throats can’t get pregnant ya know.

  • There is still a little bit of a chance. But the pill doesn’t prevent STDs.

  • only if you have taken the pill as it says in the manual or as the doctor instructed you. the pill doesn't work instantly.

  • If you are on birth control then yes any number of guys can cum inside you and not get you pregnant

    • Please don't spread false info. No birth control works 100%. There is always a chance to get pregnant, no matter how small

    • If she is on one type of birth control there is only 1% chance she would get pregnant if she is doing a combo than the chance is even lower so what false info am I giving out? Lol

    • Well, lower doesn't mean nonexistent

  • it's not 100% safe but chance are very low

  • If you don’t want to take a chance, have him use condoms.

  • There's a chance, but very low. I've been cumming inside my girlfriend for years since she started on the pill and not gotten her pregnant.

  • You’re supposed to wait a cycle or two. Read the package for specifics.

  • It's not full proof, but dramatically lowers the chances, but if you definitely don't want to get pregnant have him wear a condom.