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Question about Birth Control

I just have a question about birth control and when i can have unprotected sex (that is, without a condom).  I see people online asking when it's okay to have sex on the pill and then others answer saying "a month" or "a week", etc.  But I was wondering...I've been on the pill for about 2 years now..So I was wondering if that "month" or "week" still applied to me?.. I take the 21 day pills and still get my period the last week.
Ever since I've been on the pill, I've ONLY had sex (and unprotected sex) on the second week of taking the pill. So the actual big question here is, can I have unprotected sex the first and 3rd weeks of being on my pills as well?..

Thank you for your help! Any advice is helpfull :)
P.S. He doesn't ejaculate inside me. (and yes i know there is pre-*** before hand as well)
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The pill keeps you from ovulating -or releasing an egg - so you can have sex whenever!  Using withdrawal adds another layer of protection, but even if he forgets you should still be fine. If you miss a pill you might ovulate and you should use a condom as back up for the rest of the month.
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So I can have sex even right after my period finishes??

Thank you, your helping a lot! :)
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Thank you so much, that was so straight forward! haha Thank you again :)
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No problem!
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