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Question Posted Wednesday July 24 2013, 5:46 am

i'm 20/f and i've recently started having sex with a new partner. i stopped using the pill 2 or 3 months ago and i was on it for 6 months. he pulls out but i'm wondering if the pill could still be in my system after this long?

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lightoftruth answered Wednesday July 24 2013, 8:40 pm:
I've heard tons of different answers for how long it'll stay in your system. But it doesn't prevent pregnancy unless you take it every day. So it really does nothing for you right now. Cause obviously you can get pregnant the day after you stop using the pill.
The pull out method isn't very effective either because men do have pre cum and that has sperm in it. He doesn't feel it but it pretty much acts as a lubricant. That alone can get you pregnant.
So you should probably get on some form contraceptive..at least use condoms.

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adviceman49 answered Wednesday July 24 2013, 12:19 pm:
Your prescribing doctor for the birth control pill can give you the exact answer. Though after six months I'm certain that the birth-control medication iis totally out of your system.

Note: the pullout method of birth control is the least effective of all birth-control methods. The male emitts a fluid during intercourse that acts as a lubricant. This fluid has semen and it enough to cause a pregnancy . If you are not on another form of birth control it is best to use a condom during intercourse. This fluid is generally called pre-cum.

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