Hello, thanks for using HCM.
Brown vaginal discharges are abnormal discharges that more often than not are due to an infection. Genital tract infections are a common issue in females which could be sexually transmitted or not and birth control methods are not known to prevent sexually transmitted diseases but for condoms when effectively used.
Amenorrhoe or absence of menses is a common feature with with hormonal contraception
. While some women experience irregular bleeding, others rather experience absence of menses. It is quite comforting that your pregnancy
test turns out negative as that supports the fact the absence of menses is due to the contraceptive
method. If the birth control method you are using is not hormonal, then you need to be seen by a doctor. However, as concerns the brown discharges, a vaginal smear examination should be done for appropriate diagnosis.
best regards and hope this helps.