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Dark brown discharge as a side effect of birthcontrol pills or pregnancy symptom - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Women's Health
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   well i have a problem with my period
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Can you mention your age. height and weight?
User :   i am taking a contraceptive pill, everything was going fine , i never miss a day of taking the pill, so after i finished taking the hormon pills, i started the sugar pills, so thats when i was supposed to get my period, then on the 3rd day i had only dark brown discharge as spotting for only 2 days.. and thats all.. i dont know what is that could it mean that i am pregnant??
User :   i am 27 years old and i am 159cm and weigh 57kg
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   The brown discharge still means that you have had your period.
User :   yup
User :   could there mean that i may be pregnant?
Doctor :   If you still have a doubt get a Urine Pregnancy Test done with a home kit like Velocit.
User :   what are the signs if i could be pregnant? and what is the brown discharge?
Doctor :   Use an Early Morning Sample
User :   ok
Doctor :   Since how many months are you using the Pills?
User :   for only 2 months!
Doctor :   How was the bleeding in the first month?
Doctor :   OCPs are known to reduce the amount of blood flow drastically. In some women only spotting is seen. It doesnt mean
Doctor :   that you are pregnant.
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