Hello, Two weeks ago I messed up with taking the pill. It's not the first time and I usually just get my period when it happened. Well I started the brown discharge that day and just continued taking the pill hoping that I wouldn't get my period till I was supposed to and the brown discharge would stop. Well it hasn't. It has been constant for about 2 weeks and I am really getting tired of ruining all my underwear. Should I be worried about being pregnant or just hope it will go away. Thanks to all who can help.
Brown discharge is your womb getting rid of old blood, so there is a chance you are pregnant. Take a pregnancy test and if it comes out negative i would go see your doctor and if u are pregnant still go and discuss it with your doctor. Good luck and keep us posted
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