(Closed) Question about the wedding night

posted 6 years ago in Intimacy
Post # 3
341 posts
Helper bee

What exactly is your question??

Post # 4
4049 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: January 2014

If you take the pill the same time every day and never miss it, you’ll be fine. It keeps you from ovulating, so there is no egg to fertilize, and thus you cannot get pregnant. Generally the only time the pill fails is when a person misses a day, takes it at vastly different times each day, or is using an antibiotic that renders it ineffective.


Post # 5
429 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

@bowsergirl:  +1

You should be fine if you take your BC on time every day, no skips. 

Post # 6
1876 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

If you are on the pill, then u are using protection….

Post # 7
2622 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

Agree with PPs. To me the pill is protection. I have only ever used that for 5 years with my now Darling Husband with no problems. Of course there is always the “what if”, but th epill taken correctly is very effective. If you are worried you could always have him pull out as well.

Post # 8
8359 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

Before having sex sans condom I would counsel anyone to have an STD test. No matter how well you think you know your partner or how well you or they think they know your exes STD’s are a serious problem and can go undetected for years. STD’s can be passed through non-intercourse so even if you were both virgins or each others first for penetration you could still have an std.

Post # 9
11 posts

You can actually miss a day or two with the pill as long as you take them when you remember and still be protected.  

You just can not can not miss 3 days and I still don’t recommend missing 2 days.  But even with missing one, which I’ve done plenty of times over the years, you’re covered (as long as you normally take them at pretty much the same time each day).

If you’re really worried about it, why not just explain that to your husband (which he will be by then!)  Wedding sex when you’re very nervous might not be very fun for either of you.  You could also try spermicide and birth control if you do want to try it without a condom but want added protection.  

Chances are even if you went without anything, that you wouldn’t conceive due to the window of women’s fertility in a month, but you still might have “bad” luck.  I would say that you’re definitely more than covered with just birth control! 🙂

Post # 10
1868 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

If you’re taking the pill then you don’t need to wear a condom along with that to prevent pregnancy. Birth control is an effective form of protection. The condom would be to protect you from std’s (if also on the pill) though obviously in your case this would not be needed since he’s your husband. 

Post # 11
1385 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

BC pills will be rather effective. He’s your husband and I think if he wants to consumate in that way, that this is probably the appropriate time to do so. Not to be Too Much Information or anything. 

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