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On contraceptive implant. Brownish vaginal discharge. Is there a pregnancy chance?

I m on the contraceptive implant and have been since last march or may I m not too sure and I don t usually have a period just light bleeding every now and then. This morning I went to the toilet and a lot of dark brown discharge came out, I was just wandering if you knew what it could be? I don t have any irritation down there and iit doesn t smell either so what could it be? I read up a little bit about it and it could lead to pregnancy but is that possible? I always have unprotected sex with my boyfriend who I have been with for over a year.
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016
Chance of pregnancy is less than 1% in case of failure of implant contraceptive.
It is sub dermal contraceptive method, used for 3 yrs and effective more than 99%. It has some side effects & it varies on woman to woman like irregular vaginal bleeding or discharge, headache, Wt change, DVT, abdominal discomfort, nausea, fatigue, mood swing etc.
Do a USG lower abdomen, blood for beta hcg & some hormone test to rule out underlying pathology including product of conception if any. Then consult with your doctor for suggestive measures.
Avoid stress, take healthy diet,control body wt by regular exercise and need proper sleep.
Be well.
Answered: Wed, 30 Jul 2014
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