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Had unprotected sex. Brown vaginal discharge. Sign of pregnancy?

right after my period ended, my bf and i had our first and unprotected sex but he didnt come inside me. i still took an emergency contraceptive right after. 2 days after we had protected sex. its been about 4 days and last night i noticed that i had brown vaginal discharge. this morning, the bleeding turned into a more reddish color and felt like a light period so i had to wear a this a sign of pregnancy?
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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Hi and thanks for this query.

Having sex right after your menses, taking an emergency contraception immediately after make pregnancy an almost impossibility. You may need to look for other causes of this brown vaginal discahrge to make sure it does not represent an infection.

Please, seek medical attention because this isn't pregnancy and very important if it should persist. Also, always consider having protected sex. It prevents unwanted pregnancies and STDs.

Wish you good health.
Dr. Ditah.
Answered: Sun, 23 Jun 2013
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