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If the brown discharge do have a fowl smell and abundant
and associated with fever
, it is likely you have a pelvic inflammatory disease
which is an infection.
If you rather had more of pinkish and with mild amount of discharge,
it could imply an implantational bleeding in which case you will require an average of at least two weeks to have a positive pregnancy
However normal menses can vary up to 35 days and cycles reoccurring within this time period are considered normal.
What i will advice is that, you see your doctor for proper assessment of the discharge and if possible a vaginal swap and ultrasound
to look at the douglass and re do pregnancy test in two weeks.
Best regards and hope this helps