Normally, the pills protect you for the whole month, even when you are taking the "sugar pills. These are usually "safe" limits, so I wouldn't think you would need to inquire further. Likewise, only a rare group of men will have sex with a woman during this time. During this time, you cannot get pregnant anyway. Today, they may have worked that out and you could be protected from the first day you take it, like some pain medications. I would think a month on the pill would protect you now, but it would be best to look up the type of pill you take, and see what the guidelines are. If you have not been taking the pill for very long, there could be some risk that it has not taken effect yet. In short, this would be like having sex while you where having your period, but with less mess. The white pills simulate a normal time in your cycle, so that you can have your period.

Unprotected sex on sugar pills


I would think a month on the pill would protect you now, but it would be best to look up the type of pill you take, and see what the guidelines are. Stress has been shown to alter the period, so it could be the relaxation cause it to resume. I know this has happened in other cases, without the pill being involved, so I would think it is an issue with the woman's body being aroused, and her cycle slightly off, than anything with the pill. Even if the pill isn't in effect, your body should be "safe" since your fertile days are still a few days off. However, and there is always an exception, your body should be "out of cycle" anyway, as you should be having your period now. During this time, you cannot get pregnant anyway. The white pills simulate a normal time in your cycle, so that you can have your period. The older woman was not so "freaked out" by it as the younger woman was, but it was a very serious "buzz kill" to the moment. Since you are not having your period now, having sex "could" trigger that to happen. I don't exactly know why it has happened, but I know of two women who have been very upset to have their flow start while they were having sex. The pills themselves did not do anything, your body did. Today, they may have worked that out and you could be protected from the first day you take it, like some pain medications. Are you sure you want to delete this answer? They just trigger a response. Yes Sorry, something has gone wrong. In short, this would be like having sex while you where having your period, but with less mess. These are usually "safe" limits, so I wouldn't think you would need to inquire further. At one time, it took a month or so for the hormones to kick in and cause the protection the pill is known for. Very few women can get pregnant during their period. If you have not been taking the pill for very long, there could be some risk that it has not taken effect yet. Now, for the problem. Likewise, only a rare group of men will have sex with a woman during this time. Normally, the pills protect you for the whole month, even when you are taking the "sugar pills.

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5 thoughts on “Unprotected sex on sugar pills

  • Grokinos
    04.08.2018 at 14:09
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    Today, they may have worked that out and you could be protected from the first day you take it, like some pain medications.

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  • Daikasa
    09.08.2018 at 01:43
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    The older woman was not so "freaked out" by it as the younger woman was, but it was a very serious "buzz kill" to the moment. I would think a month on the pill would protect you now, but it would be best to look up the type of pill you take, and see what the guidelines are.

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  • Yozshujora
    14.08.2018 at 15:37
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    At one time, it took a month or so for the hormones to kick in and cause the protection the pill is known for. Are you sure you want to delete this answer?

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  • JoJogul
    15.08.2018 at 14:32
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    I don't exactly know why it has happened, but I know of two women who have been very upset to have their flow start while they were having sex. During this time, you cannot get pregnant anyway.

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  • Vumi
    25.08.2018 at 22:10
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    The white pills simulate a normal time in your cycle, so that you can have your period.

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