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Have periods, brown discharge, on pill. Had unprotected sex, took pill late. Pregnancy sign?

I had unprotected sex like a week ago (he pulled out before he cumed he told me). I'm on the pill but that night I took it late. Does this mean it won't work or protect me? But it's been a week later and I'm up to my pill where I'm I get my periods but I have been getting brown discharge. What does it mean? Are they signs of being pregnant? What are sings of being pregnant? HELP ME PLEASE IM SCARED AND WORRIED!
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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if u have taken ipill(emergency pill) it can be taken within 72hrs of unprotected will protect ..
if u hav stopped taking pills and u are getting a brown discharge or bleeding its withdrawal say that der is no fear of pregnancy. early signs of pregnancy are Tender and heavy-feeling breasts, darkening of the areolas , u may feel tired, morning sickness,..i guess urs its not a prgnancy state...i suggest you to confirm with a pregnancy kit..
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