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Brownish odder less discharge spotting, had protected sex but condom may broken. Cause?

okay so i had intercourse yesterday and it was right before my period started, i knew my period was coming as well. so right after i started bleeding but normally its like a red and its really heavy but this time it is brownish has no odor and its just spotting. i did use protection during intercourse, but i think the condom could have broke. what does this mean?
Asked On : Sun, 13 Oct 2013
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There is nothing to worry about conception just before a period as it is absolutely safe. The spotting could be premenstrual. It does happen sometimes when there is a mild hormonal imbalance owing to stress. Please wait for a couple of days for your period to set in. You can see a specialist if you do not attain a proper period for further appraisal of the situation. Do not worry, there is absolutely no chance of conception with intercourse, even if unprotected, just before a period. Hope this helps.
Answered: Wed, 16 Oct 2013
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