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Sore breasts, brownish vaginal discharge after unprotected intercourse. Concerned

Hello, recently I lost my virginity with my boyfriend and ever since I have been experiencing some changes. My breasts are sore, tender and have grown rapidly and I have also noticed some brown sticky discharge down below. I took a Clear blue pregnancy test 13 days after the intercourse and the results showed negative. I will take another test in one week. I've read about this online and a lot of women have said that its common to have brown discharge after sexual intercourse. I am slightly worried because I am quite young. Any advice?
Asked On : Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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Thank you for posting your question here, I will answer it as best I can.

You've read correctly, yes it is normal to have a brownish discharge after intercourse. When is your next period due? It could be that your breasts are feeling sore because your period is due soon.
Another possible reason is that your boyfriend was a little too rough with you, that can cause sore breasts as well.
But in the future use a condom at least, it will save you a lot of stress.
So yes it is not likely that you are pregnant, but retake another home pregnancy test in around 4-5 days and that should give you the answer you need.

I hope this answered your question.
Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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