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Bleeding, cramps after having protected sex. Why? On sugar pills

My girlfriend and I have had sex once since her last period, we used protection and shes on birth control , I didnt finish inside of her, we took the condom off and finished with her giving me a hand***. Is there a way she can be pregnant? The sex was a little rough, and made her bleed for a day or two after, with some cramps and period like symptoms, but since we dont have sex alot i think somthing inside of her ripped or somthing. But shes on her 4th sugar pill out of 7 and shes getting really worried, all she has is brown discharge , and shes wondering why. she has not had any cramping or anything, but ive read that any bleeding , even a little bit while on the sugar pills is considered a period, is that true? I also checked the condom for holes by putting water into it, and there wasnt any. And this month was a little stressfull for her as she had to take finals in college. Please help!
Asked On : Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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If she has been taking birth control pills absolutely regularly, there are little chances she could be pregnant. if you are still worried stop all pills and get urine pregnancy test done within a week. just do not indulge in sex untill all doubts are cleared
Answered: Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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