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Brown discharge from vagina, some contact with pre-cum. Could be pregnant ?

m sorry to disturb you but i see your answers are really good and i need help desperatly im 13 and last month me and my boyfriend were dry humping he had jeans and i had sweat pants and pantiez and a little pre cum went thro his pants like you couldnt see it but could feel it but not much but i felt it i had my period that month i took alot of midols to stop bleeding and i was stressed now in febuary about 2 weeks after my period this brown stuff came out my vagina like blood but brown for like 3 days also i kept getting symptoms but they are stress related and ive beenu really stressed and this month he checked his pants and licked and wiped his fingers he rubb over my pants werr my vagina was and started to go down.my pants with his hand but he didnt even touch my vagina
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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Hello and welcome to Healthcare Magic. Thanks for your query.

You are not clear as to what your question is. However, you have mentioned that you have had some brownish vaginal discharge / bleeding 2 weeks after your last period. You also seem to be in a lot of stress and I'm not sure what is causing you so much of stress and turmoil.

I would advise you take the help of a responsible adult and consult a gynecologist for the vaginal discharge / bleeding. If you are unable to handle your stress, please talk to your school counsellor or contact the child helpline for counselling and support.

Wish you all the best.

Regards,
Dr. Jonas Sundarakumar
Consultant Psychiatrist
Answered: Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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