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When is Sronyx effective??

Friday I started taking a birth control pill called Sronyx (Watson). I had unprotected sex with my boyfriend that night but told him not to ejaculate in me because I did not know if the pill was effective yet. My doctor at my college prescribed me this pill and said she always starts her patients with this pill. I've been trying to research this pill so i can get some more info about it, but all i've read about is it's symptoms which my doctor told me about.
Most of the time my bf and I start with a condom but he takes it off to "get a better feeling" but when he feels himself about to ejaculate we stop. I want to be able to have sex and let him ejaculate in me without any worries about me getting pregnant.
I just took the pill for the third time now and will see my boyfriend tonight and will most likely have sex without a condom. Is it safe for him to ejaculate in me without me getting pregnant.
I heard that if you take the pill the first day of your period or the Sunday after your period it is completely effective. Well i just ended my period on Wednesday and started taking the pill on Friday, so is it completely effective or should I wait about a month or two before I let him ejaculate in me?

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Whats the big deal about unprotected sex and him ejaculating in you? Stds are something u should worry about too...not just pregnancy
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If you were my patient, I would advise you that most manufacturers of pills and most prescribers recommend that you take them for at least 2-4 weeks before relying on them for birth control.
Good luck!
Dr B
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