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82457acb1a ( Yes, you could be at risk. Some methods, like the IUD and implant] are easy to use correctly they're placed in your body and do their thing without the chance that you could mess it up. You did not have to be rude. Am I on risk to get pregnant? what can I take or use (besides a condom obviously) what emergency pill should I take? Reply Glow says: March 23, 2016 at 5:44 am Use morning after pill The next day Reply tina says: April 17, 2015 at 3:55 pm I started using a pill for the first time and I had sex axctly the seventh day&.can I get pregnant Reply Mimi says: January 26, 2016 at 5:24 am In same situation. Myth #2: You can't get pregnant the first time you have sex.FALSE. I started my cycle on a Sunday and started by pills same day. They can, however, provide a 90-95% probability that you will not get pregnant, if you follow the manufacturers directions. I took plan b today and I am on my 3rd day of birth control.
If the bleeding becomes heavier or lasts more than a few days or the bleeding happens after you have been on the pill for a few months, keep taking the pill and talk with your health care provider.Nausea: Nausea occasionally occurs when you first start taking the Pill and will often go away in a few days. Do i have to worried since i had sex after 7days without using condom? But he withdraw it. X Learn Get Care Get Involved About Us Just For You Info for Teens Tools for Parents Tools for Educators Get the Facts Abortion Birth Control Morning-After Pill (Emergency Contraception) STDs Women's Health Newsroom Contact Us Jobs & Volunteering Store Sitemap Planned Parenthood Follow Follow Planned Parenthood on Twitter PPFA: Planned Parenthood Health PPAct: Planned Parenthood Action Close Like Planned Parenthood on Facebook Planned Parenthood Health Planned Parenthood Action Close Follow Planned Parenthood on Youtube Planned Parenthood Planned Parenthood Action Close Follow Planned Parenthood on Google+ Planned Parenthood Health Planned Parenthood Action Close Follow Planned Parenthood on Instagram Planned Parenthood Health Planned Parenthood Action Close Follow Planned Parenthood Ask The Experts Women Are Watching Close Home En Espaol Take Action Donate Learn AbortionBirth ControlBody ImageGeneral Health CareMen's Sexual HealthMorning-After Pill (Emergency Contraception)PregnancyRelationshipsSex & SexualitySexual Orientation & GenderSTDsWomen's Health Get Care Find a Health CenterGet Birth Control OnlineGet UTI Treatment OnlineOnline STD Testing Get Involved Share Your StoryDonateTake ActionJoin Us on FacebookSign up for E-mail Alerts About Us Who We AreOur LeadershipLocal & State OfficesPlanned Parenthood GlobalNewsroomJobs & VolunteeringAdvisory Boards & InitiativesAnnual ReportAbout This SiteVideoContact Us Find a health center & book an appointment Or State AK AL AR AZ CA CO CT DC DE FL GA HI IA ID IL IN KS KY LA MA MD ME MI MN MO MS MT NC ND NE NH NJ NM NV NY OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VA VT WA WI WV WY Or Call 1-800-230-PLAN Info for Teens Tools for Parents Tools for Educators The Ten Biggest Myths About Sex What's Sex?MasturbationVirginityAm I Ready?Safer SexSex, Alcohol, and DrugsHow Pregnancy HappensThe Ten Biggest Myths About Sex Info for Teens My BodyBirth Control, STDs, and PregnancyQuizzes and GamesSexWhat's Sex?MasturbationVirginityAm I Ready?Safer SexSex, Alcohol, and DrugsHow Pregnancy HappensThe Ten Biggest Myths About SexDating, Friends, and FamilyLGBTQAsk the Experts Myths and facts about sex at a glance: There are a whole lot of myths out there about sex so don't trust everything you hear. I have been taking birth control consistently for the past 4 years. The progestin also helps to prevent the sperm from reaching the egg and changes the lining of the uterus.Another type of pill contains only one hormone (progestin) and is called either the progestin-only pill, or the mini-Pill. Is it safe to have protected sex now with just the pill and without using another form of birth control, or do I have to wait an entire month after starting on birth control? A: You will be protected from getting pregnant after 7 days of consistent use of birth control pills. Search: Similar Questions Birth Control - am I pregnant? I am using tri-sprintec birth control. Should I be worried about being pregnant? Reply Tina Comston says: March 14, 2016 at 5:26 pm Yes.