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Dark discharge, not due for periods, had unprotected sex. Pregnant?

Hi my name is Sarah. I was on my period 2 weeks ago and was quiet heavy. I then was ovulating and had unprotected sex (not a good idea I know). I have starts to have strange belly pains, tender breasts, constipation , slight norsea and I am always tired. Also I went running today and it felt like something was pushing down in my belly, it hurt. In addition, I am not due for another two weeks but I started to have dark brown almost black thick discharge . This has been happening the past thew days but only for 10 mins then it will stop an happen again and then stop. I also found a lot of dark brown stringy discharge and I have never had this before. I know when you have clear discharge it means your ovulating but this was far from clear. I m not due for another 2 weeks and this is really odd. Could I be pregnant? I would have took a test but I really can t afford one! Please reply ASAP! Sarah
Asked On : Sat, 11 Aug 2012
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The black or brown discharge two weeks after the period is suggestive of mild retained old blood in the uterine cavity. The symptoms you are having are more likely to be due to anxiety as the symptoms related to pregnancy do not appear for 10 days after ovulation.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Tue, 4 Sep 2012
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