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Brown discharge after the first period after taking the morning after pill

By Anonymous May 18, 2016 - 11:25am
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My Bf and I did not have intercourse, but vigorous fingering. Next morning I felt a little pain in my vaginal area which subsided after I ate something. His penis was close to my vagina at times so I took the morning after pill within 24 hours. I had periods after 8 days, which was one week earlier than normal and of shorter duration. 1-2 days after the periods are over, I am observing dark brown discharge from my vagina in small quantities throughout the day. It has been for 3-4 days now. Is it something to worry about?

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Hi Susan,

Hope you can help me out as I've been panicking for over a month.

My boyfriend and I have never had sex but last April 9, we fooled around. I would say it was just heavy petting and a handjob, which resulted to him coming. The first time, he went to the bathroom to finish it himself and washed his hands and dried them with tissue. He rubbed my clit after. Then I gave him a handjob again, but this time he cummed on a handkerchief.

I was super paranoid so I took an ecp in about 36 hours. I had my regular period April 2-6. I bled again, I guess, withdrawal bleeding April 16. Until now, I have no period but my breasts are sore, similar to what I have during regular pms. I also have pasty white discharge and when I wipe, there's brown stuff (like day 6 of a period spotting).

Is there any chance I'm pregnant? I don't wanna have to take a test if i don't need to. Thanks for reading through it! Hope you can help me out.

May 22, 2016 - 1:59am
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