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Had unprotected intercourse. Started brown discharge and missing periods, stressed, not able to sleep. Chances of pregnant?

Hi, I rubbed my girlfriend s vagina , actually the beginning of the vagina on 2nd June. I urinated a few times before that. But she had brown discharge at her vagina a few days after and now she s missing her period. It s 11 days late. Is she pregnant? Well she WAS stressed the past few days and couldn t sleep well. Is that what s contributing to her late period, or is it something else? Is she pregnant? I really really need help docs.
Asked On : Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
If you have had intercourse with your girlfriend she may be pregnant. Do a urine pregnancy test, the kit can be bought from any chemist. If it comes negative then the delay in periods can be due to the stress. If it comes positive and you do not want the pregnancy take a MTP kit to abort. Start using a contraceptive because these unwanted pregnanies and abortions will harm your girlfriend's body.
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Internal Medicine Specialist Dr. Ram Choudhary's  Response
Both possibilities are equally strong but now because she is not having periods,
first thing,she should do a urine pregnancy test,if,it comes negative
then,consult her gynaecologist to take medications for withdrawl bleeding
Hope For The Best
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