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Short periods, brownish and white discharge. History of abortion. Help

I had got a abortion on march 16 I was 13 weeks and 4 days . My nipples went back to being light brown. But, now they back dark brown and I'm getting brownish discharge and when I wipe myself white stuff come out I'm weting myself again. They told me to wait 6weeks for sex . But, I ended up having sex the second week. I took a pregnancy test. Last week and it was neg. But, I had a period and it was 4days and I usually have 7day periods. Help me
Asked On : Wed, 1 May 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thanks for your query.
If you took a pregnancy test, you are not pregnant.
Relying on nipples and a discharge cannot confirm or rule out a pregnancy.
After an abortion, it is normal to have slightly altered periods for a couple of months.
You should consult your gynecologist , to confirm that the abortion is complete.
Please do so.
Meanwhile, use a regular reliable method of contraception for atleast 3 months.
Take care.
Answered: Wed, 8 May 2013
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