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Can I get nutted in if im on birth control?

By: Clarence CUpdated: September 14, 2020

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If you take your birth control pills every day, (you don't miss any) you are very unlikely to become pregnant. That's because birth control pills are 99% effective if taken correctly. Remember, you're still at risk for getting an STI unless you use condoms 100% of the time.

Similarly, you may ask, does he need to pull out if I'm on the pill?

The biggest advantage of pulling out is that it's convenient. You don't need any condoms, birth control pills or other items to practice the pull out method. Instead, your partner just needs to pull out before they ejaculate.

Also to know, how do you prevent pregnancy after being nutted in?

Using birth control AND condoms together is the best way to prevent pregnancy AND STDs. If you want to keep using the pull-out method to avoid pregnancy, you should also use condoms in case there's sperm in your pre-cum or you don't pull out in time.

Does the morning after pill work if he came inside you?

It does not prevent pregnancy for any unprotected sex you have after taking it. If your girlfriend takes the morning-after pill and then you have unprotected sex, she'll need to take emergency contraception again.

Can I finish in my girlfriend if she's on the pill?

The pill works by preventing ovulation, which means that there's no egg for sperm to fertilize if it gets inside your vagina. So to answer your question, if you're on the pill, you're protected from pregnancy, even if semen gets in your vagina.

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Can a guy finish inside you with an IUD?

You shouldn't. Your partner could reach inside herself and feel the ends of the strings. A gyno will use those strings to remove the IUD later.

How easy is it to get pregnant on the pill?

The birth control pill is very effective if a person takes it correctly and does not miss any pill days. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the pill is 99.7 percent effective with perfect use. This means that less than 1 out of 100 women who take the pill would become pregnant in 1 year.

How long can sperm live inside a woman on birth control?

That's because sperm can live inside a woman's body for up to 5 days.

How do I tell if Im pregnant while on the pill?

Women who get pregnant while using birth control may notice the following signs and symptoms:
  1. a missed period.
  2. implantation spotting or bleeding.
  3. tenderness or other changes in the breasts.
  4. fatigue.
  5. nausea and food aversions.
  6. backaches.
  7. headaches.
  8. a frequent need to urinate.

Can you get pregnant on the pill if he doesn't pull out?

Birth control pills are considered effective, but not entirely foolproof. They're about 99% effective when you take them correctly. But that's if you take them perfectly, meaning at the same time each and every day. If you don't, your odds of becoming pregnant go up to 9%.

Do I need to use condoms if Im on birth control?

However, you do need to wear a condom to protect yourself against sexually transmitted infections, or STIs, (also known as sexually transmitted diseases or STDs) which birth control pills do not prevent. Be safe, get tested, and when in doubt, wear a condom. A better way to get birth control is here!

Do you need to use condoms if you're on the pill?

It's very unlikely. When used correctly, the pill is up to 99.7 percent effective against pregnancy. Some women who take the pill also use condoms, because the pill offers no protection against sexually transmitted infections — only latex and internal condoms do.

Can a girl push sperm out and not get pregnant?

Yes, you can get pregnant. It doesn't matter how the sperm gets into your vagina—once it's there it can cause a pregnancy. While it has less sperm than regular ejaculate, it can have sperm in it, so you may be able to get pregnant.

How many minutes does it take to get pregnant?

Getting pregnant may seem like a rather mystical process. Once you learn the science and timing, it makes a bit more sense. Still, you may wonder how long it takes to actually conceive after having sex. The short answer is that the egg and sperm can meet within minutes to up to 12 hours after ejaculation.

Does water kill sperm?

It's highly unlikely that pregnancy would occur if sperm had to travel through water into a woman's body. In the hot tub scenario, the temperature of the water or chemicals would kill the sperm in seconds. In a bathtub filled with plain warm water, the sperm may live up to a few minutes.

Can I still get pregnant if I pee right after?

It's not true. Peeing after sex, though helpful for preventing urinary tract infections, won't keep you from getting pregnant. The best way to prevent pregnancy after an act of unprotected sex is by taking emergency contraception — also known as the morning after pill. Learn more about emergency contraception.

Does urine flush out sperm?

While bathing can wash away some of the semen on the outside your vagina, it won't affect the sperm inside it. Peeing also won't rinse the sperm away. That's because pee doesn't come out of your vagina. It leaves the body from your urethra, a tiny hole above your vagina.

How do you kill sperm before it reaches the egg?

Spermicide is a kind of birth control that has chemicals that stop sperm from reaching an egg. You put it in your vagina before sex to prevent pregnancy.