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On birth control pills, condom leaked during intercourse. Chances of pregnancy?

Hey doctor! I got my period July 1-7 and started my first time on lutera birth control pills July 9. My doctor let me take two pills Monday since I was only one day away from the sunday after my period ended. Anyway, my boyfriend and I had protected sex, with a condom, July 18. Unfortunately, when he pulled out, I think I saw seman up the sides on the condom (inside) and got afraid it leaked out the base. We just started these condoms , Trojan orgasmic charged. I was supposed to get my period Sunday, July 29. I am now two days late and experiencing light Brown discharge . Could I be pregnant? I am 17.
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query,
Your intercourse falls in fertile period but there are least chances of pregnancy as you are on pills.
This happens when you are first time taking pills there is a hormonal level disturbances cause your flow of bleeding to be disturbed.

However for confirmation you should take pregnancy test.
Answered: Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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