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IS IT SAFE TO EJACULATE IN A GIRL

my girlfreind is currenty on the pill i a wondering if it is safe to ejaculate in her i know its still not safe for pregnancy but the other night i ejaculated in her could this cause any type of blockage or damage her if its constant???
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1244100 tn?1385905528

Of course the pill isn't 100% safe from getting preggers. But I don't think you can "damage" anyone by doing what you are doing.
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If your asking this question maybe your not old enough to be having sex?
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1180523 tn?1277384042
Agree with Vance!!! - 100%
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You are not going to cause a "blockage" by ejaculating inside of your girlfriend.  I must agree that you could possibly use a little more sexual education.  Please please keep in the very front of your mind that the pill DOES NOT protect you against any stds and is not 100% effective for preventing pregnancy.  I would suggest to also use condoms at this point.  I know some say they don't enjoy sex with a condom.  To this I must say, would you better enjoy a pregnant girlfriend and raising a child you aren't ready for?  
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i'm with vance!
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I am old enough im 17 and i diddnt think any damage could be caused i just heard a few things and needed to check it out, also i know i will not catch STDS ect as iv been with my girlfreinds over 2 years now and we have both been checked in more than one occasion, i also know its only 99.9% safe which is safe enough for me.
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birth control is NOT 99.9% safe. at the most it's 95% safe. which what if your g/f is in that 5%? when i got my mirena i NEVER though i'd be in the 5% that had severe side affects to it...but i did.
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The pill is NOT 99.9% effective.  I don't know who told you that, but they were lying.  In itself it is only about 95%.   I got pregnant while using the birth control pill.  

  In my opinion, 17 isn't old enough to be having sex, since you aren't old enough to care for a child.  I know many dissagree with me.  I'm not going to preach in any case.  

Being ready for sex doesn't come with age, it comes with maturity.  Maturity includes making sure you are ready for certain things before you do them, not after.  You need to do your own research on birth control.  If you really refuse to use condoms, which is what I am getting from you, use a spermicide in addition to your birth control.  You just never know.  

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392422 tn?1325789204
Just a little tid bit that you and your gf might not know.

Yes, birth control can be over 90% effective if you're taking it regularly. However, if your girlfriend forgets to take her birth control one day and "doubles up" the next day this actually INCREASES your chances of becoming pregnant.



Enjoy!
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i agree the pill may not be 100% 99% or whatever but we have been having sex for 2 years now and no baby has appeard as yet. and also my gf has taken the pill everyday and never missed it once in the one and half year of taking it.

also someone said something about not agreeing with sex at age of 17 as it comes with maturaty but i am mature and i know alot about sex education ect..

but the reason this question was asked is that something has occured and im going down every path to find out what this thing is me knowing that it can not cause a problem could of been wrong and i say its better safe than sorry :)

thankyou all for your comment by the way apart from the geeks that said i have no experiance lol
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my brother and his now pregnant ex gf had sex a lot for 3 years while she was on b/c. she's due with his baby next month.
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1287443 tn?1271822920
According to birth control packaging, the pill, if taken perfectly, is 99% effective.  So there is about a 1% chance of getting pregnant.  Maybe both people are extremely fertile.  Taken birth control regularly prevents ovulation, meaning the woman does not release an egg, so if she doesn't release it, then it can't be fertilized!  Also birth control makes the woman's secretions thicker to prevent sperm reaching an egg if there is one.  If it is fertilized, it usually results in an eptopic pregnancy which means the fertilized egg implants somewhere besides the uterus and can cause the woman harm.  Only 30 of 100 fertilized eggs make it full term.  The rest are spontaneously aborted for reasons such as a genetic abnormality.  A lot of the time the woman doesn't even know she was actually pregnant but may experience cramping as the uterus tries to expel the zygote.  With this some bleeding may occur.  All this information I got from a class I'm taking at my college called human reproduction.  My prof was an OBGYN for a while before she decided she wanted to teach and do research.
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