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By Anonymous July 10, 2017 - 10:01am
 
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So I am 17 and I never had sex or had any kind of sexual relationship with a guy. I should've gotten my period 9-10 days ago, but instead I got some kind brown discharge. It was light in the beginning, but then it got stronger. Then it wasn't only brown discharge, it was kinda mixed with fresh blood. I thought it was my period but the brown discharge never ''left''. So now 9-10 days later I still have some kind of bloody/brown discharge. What is that? I read somethings online, and I saw somewhere that some medical conditions or medications can cause it. I had my tooth treated in the past 3 weeks, so could the medications they used contribute to it? I know it sounds silly but I am really starting to freak out, cause everything I read said that I might be pregnat, even thought I know thic can't be cause I never had sex. I will really appreciate your answer. Thankyou.

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Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER. Thank you for reaching out to our community.

This is unusual and obviously causing you stress. Pregnancy can definitely be ruled out.

Have you ever seen a gynecologist? If so and report what you have been experiencing.

If not, do you still see a pediatrician? If so, call and speak with the nurse.

Or you can wait and see what happens next month.

Keep us updated,
Maryann

July 10, 2017 - 12:10pm
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