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lillipop
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Jan 2: the night was kinda weird for me. I don't remember it (I had alcohol) and the next morning, I felt sore down there. Thought that I might have had sex but wasn't completely sure.

Jan 3: Got my period. Normal flow. Was about a month an a half after the previous one, probably because I had stressed out a lot.

Jan 24: Home test - negative.

Jan 31: Home test - negative.

Feb 7: Home test - negative.

Feb 11: Some colored discharge ? Very light brown color and very tiny in amount. I only needed a light liner to absorb it and it looks like it will be done today. Kinda worried about it, because it doesn't look anything like my normal flows.

This can't be any sort of bleeding related to pregnancy right? The dates don't add up for me.

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Karybu
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With three negative tests, it's clear that you are not pregnant. Depending on how long your cycles normally are, the discharge you're having could be the start of your period, or it could just be some random spotting.

It sounds like you're not comfortable with what happened on January 2...do you want to talk about it, and how to make choices that you're more comfortable with moving forward?

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solidrock222
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Feb 11: Had unprotected sex, he pulled out before cumming

Feb 12: Expected first day of my menstrual period. Had a little faint red spot in the morning, a little dark brown in the afternoon, and light pink in the evening. After finding out that I wasn't bleeding, I took Nordette as an ECP at 6:30pm.

Feb 13: About to take my next dose of Nordette at 6:30am.

Am I going to have a period or a baby?
Should I take a pregnancy test as early as now?
I'm still kind of worried [Frown]

Any feedback will be very much appreciated.
Thanks a lot!

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Sam W
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Hi solidrock,
can you please start a new thread with your question?

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solidrock222
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Hello, Sam W.

How do I start a new thread? I'm new to this site.

Thank you!

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Sam W
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If you look at the bottom of this thread (below my post) you will see a link that says "new topic."
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