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Have brownish discharge. Had protected sex. Could I be pregnant?

Hi, my boyfriend and I had protected sex last February 23. He ejaculated inside the condom. My last two periods were on January 2 and January 27, and I induced my last period using parsley because I was about to go out of town. Just last night, I noticed a slight brown pinkish discharge , and this morning I also had a slight brown discharge. Could I be pregnant? I m extremely worried. Thank you so much for reading my post.
Asked On : Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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Since you had an induced period last time, your cycle could go a little vary this time. Condom has a failure rate of 15%. If you are not on any other contraception, it could be an implantation bleed or a simple breakthrough. You can test with a fresh sample of early morning urine after your missed period or alternatively you can go for the blood test for confirmation. You can contact your health care provide rfor further support. Take care.
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