no contraceptives: how long does birth control stay in your system?
Question Posted Wednesday July 24 2013, 1:46 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?
adviceman49 answered Wednesday July 24 2013, 8:19 am: 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. [ adviceman49's advice column | Ask adviceman49 A Question ]
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