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    My boyfriend and I had sex last night. We didn't use a condom, but he pulled out a good 15 seconds before he came. Today, I have pharyngitis and am supposed to start taking amxococillin for it. I know that antibiotics make the pill less effective, but if I start the antibiotic AFTER we had sex, does it make a difference? Even though he didn't come in me, I know there's still a chance of pre-come. I hope what I'm trying to ask makes sense?

  • It won't make a difference if you start after.

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    • Well it's not a complete fail safe way because precum or sperm can live up to 72 hours. So you starting your antibotics after having sex it's a long shot you getting pregnant. But there is that slight 1 to 2 % that you could. Just remember that it can happen so good luck and cross your fingers.
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