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Had protected sex. Missing periods and started brown discharge. HPT negative. Am I pregnant?

About two months ago I had protected sex the guy didn t come, however there was precum in the condom, and the condom didn t break. I missed my period last month and this month Ive been having brown vaginal discharge instead of my period. I took 4 home pregnancy tests and all were negative. What does this brown discharge mean? I have been really stressed lately so could that have anything to do my missed period? Is there any possibility that I am pregnant? I am not on any birth control .
Asked On : Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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Since you are not on any birth control, failure rates are more when using only the condom. If you were previously menstruating regularly every 28-30 days, your chances of pregnancy are high. Since you are having an altered vaginal discharge now, you should get examined by a gynecologist to see if you are suffering from any missed abortion or a simple hormonal disturbance. You may need a blood test for pregnancy and also a sonogram. Take care.
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