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Had protected sex. No signs of pregnancy. But light brown discharge. Normal?

Hello i need some help. My periods are usually 30 days apart but for the past 2 months they came on early. On June it came on a day earlier on the 23rd 2012 then in July it came on the 19th. My period are usually 4 weeks apart. I have a 6-7 days period. On the 28th of July me and my boyfriend had protected sex. On August 14 i masturbated at 1am and i started to spot very light brown for a whole day when i calculated my period is due on the 16th. It s the 15th now and still no period. I am alittle stressed now, i am having some pms symptoms, my face is breaking out and my breasts are alittle sore, no cramps , slight headache . By the way i started taking iron pills for this month. Is this normal for me? Help please...
Asked On : Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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There is no chance for the pregnancy because of two reasons
1... Your periods started on 19th July and continued for 6 to 7 days which means you can't get pregnant on 28th July.
2... Sex was protected sex.
Even if you masturbated one day earlier,it should not cause any problem to you.
Wait for some time,you should be able to have periods.
Get your pregnancy test if periods are delayed by more than a week.
Periods may get missed or delayed due to several reasons other than pregnancy.
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