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karibenitez
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Hi, me and my boyfriend were kind of messing around without protection.
He never went inside of me nor did he came.
I was kind of rubbing on his penis, but the head of the penis was no where near my vagina.
He later fingered me.
He fingered me for quite a while, maybe he might have cut me, I don't know.
The point is, afterwards I went to pee and brown discharge came out.
This was yesterday, today I barely have any brown discharge.
Like nothing really, I can just kind of see a drop of it come out of my vagina when I pee.
Sorry that was so graphic.
What is this?!
PLEASE HELP ME!
I beg you!
My period was on November 3 - November 8.
I don't think this could be my period coming, I mean I haven't even noticed a difference in discharge like when you ovulate.
I haven't even had sex for 2 months!
What is this discharge?!
Could he have cut me when he was fingering me?
:'(

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Saffron Raymie
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If you have not have any direct genital-to-genital contact - for example, the penis directly touching your gentials, you have not had a pregnancy risk and therefore can rule out pregnancy completely.

It's possible there could be a little tear in your vulva or vaginal canal, yes; especially if your partner was a little rough or your weren't completely aroused. Although, being checked out for STIs would be a sound idea here, as sometimes spotting or bleeding can be an STI symptom, too.

However, there isn't really any way to know when you're ovulating, unless you always chart you basal body tempourature and cervical mucus, so your period could be coming a little early.

[ 11-28-2011, 08:49 AM: Message edited by: RaeRay2112 ]

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Well like I said I was rubbing on his penis without him wearing a condom, but the head was not anywhere near my vagina.
So it is possible for your period to come early?

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Periods often come earlier or later than people expect them.

But, like Rae mentioned, if you have been sexually active -- especially without using latex barriers consistently for any kind of genital sex -- and haven't recently been tested for STIs, and you're having unusual discharge, you probably want to step that up.

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Thanks I definitely will get tested. So that discharge doesn't mean I'm pregnant right?
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No type of discharge can mean that you are pregnant.

Pregnancy also doesn't happen that fast: there's no way you could have sex and then become pregnant the same day, for the egg would have to implants inside your uterus, which happens at about 5 to 7 days after fertilization. So there can be no symptoms before this.

However, there was also no risk here in the first place, so no need to worry. [Smile]

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Okay I might have lied about not having sex for 2 months.
We did have sex on Monday with a condom on.
It hurt though, so it only lasted like a minute or two.
He never came.
There were no holes in the condom or anything, so that's why I'm worried about being pregnant.
But since we did it for such a short time and he never came it's not possible to be pregnant.
I am so worried.
When can I take a pregnancy test?
I hope this discharge is from my period coming.
But like I said, I don't remember noticing a difference in discharge to know when I'm ovulating.
I'm going to die.
:'(

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You can take a pregnancy test two weeks after a potential risk, or the day you expect your period. However, since a condom was used and your partner did not ejaculate, the chances of pregnancy are very low.

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Thanks, that calmed me a bit.
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