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On birth-control, ovulating, had brown discharge post unprotected sex. What does it mean?

I m on birth control and have been for around 6 months. I started my period about 2 weeks ago. Today I had unprotected sex three times with my partner, who pulled out the first two times, the third time we didn t go long enough for him to reach that point. I went to the bathroom later and noticed a brown discharge . I read, especially if sex is rough, that the uterus can be irritated in the process and potentially cause old blood spotting . I know I should be ovulating around this time, which makes us so dumb for not using a condom, but what does this discharge mean?
Asked On : Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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As you are on oral contraceptive pill and taking regularly there is no chance of having pregnancy even if you had sex during this time.
Having brown discharge if it remains for a day or two, nothing to worry.
Ok andtake care.
Answered: Sat, 30 Nov 2013
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