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On loestrin FE. Brownish discharge instead of periods, white discharge. Chances of pregnancy?

i am on lo loestrin FE and have been for 2 years now and i was a virgin when i started missing my periods but having a brownish discharge instead of my period. its been about 3 months since my actual period and i just lost my virginity 3weeks ago but am scared about pregnancy. during intercourse he didn t even come close to ejaculating inside of me but i am still worried. i had sex with him on the monday of my new pack and am now in the middle of my third week and experiencing a white pasty discharge it is also white and flakey when it dries.could this be a sign of pregnancy.
Asked On : Sun, 8 Jul 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
contraceptive pills can cause side effects like brownish discharge, white discharge etc,
as you are on pills and if used regularly they will give almost full protection and as he didn't ejaculated there is less chance for pregnancy,
but we cannot completely rule out also,
so you wait for one more week then check for pregnancy with blood test once.
take care.
Answered: Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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