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Brownish discharge after taking the i pill. What are the chances of getting pregnant?

Hi, I am still a virgin . Me and my bf did not have an intercourse but ,my bf ejaculated outside my vagina . I took an iPill(Emergency Contraceptive Pill) 6 hours later. Today is the second day. And i got a brown discharge. I am due on my periods. I was supposed to get it at this time. I have few queries.. 1) What are my chances of getting pregnant? What are the next possible steps that I need to take? 2) Why was there a brown discharge? Please please answer and reduce my anxiety . I am really worried.
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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See regarding chances of you being pregnant with the ejaculate outside the vagina is very very minimal,specially if you have cleaned it immediately.
When you have already taken an ipill the chances are almost nil,and specially when you were expecting your periods nearly at the same time so.
Brownish discharge is due to the ipill which is a hormonal pill and it indicates that the pill has worked so it is common after that pill.
Regarding precautions just see to it that you don't have unprotected intercourse and if ejaculate falls on any of your body parts clean it immediately. Avoid using ipill S it has its own side effects.
Answered: Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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