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Brownish discharge and nausea after unprotected sex. Pregnancy chances?

Hi there. So I had unprotected sex about a week ago while I had my period on march 19th, it was day three so it was almost over. Starting today, i had some brown discharge and slight nausea. My nipples are also a little darker, which I feel is crazy because it has only been a week. Could I be pregnant that fast? Shouldnt it take longer?
Asked On : Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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If you have regular 28-30 day cycles, then you were in the safe period when you had the unprotected intercourse and you are safe. Your symptoms could be premenstrual. You may take a home pregnancy test with a fresh early morning sample of urine 3-7 days later, if you miss your next period. Else, if you wish for an earlier confirmation, you can get a serum beta-hCG test about a week prior to the onset of your next cycle. Hope this information is useful. Take care.
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