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My boyfriend and I have been dating for 2 years and I am about 19 and I have been off birth control for about 3 months. We aren't really trying but we aren't preventing anything. I had very light pinkish red discharge for 3 days almost a week before my last period was due. At first I thought it could be implantation bleeding but I took a test after my period was suppose to be over and it was negative. But today which is about two weeks after I took the test I have a dark brown discharge. Im not sure what is going on. What should I do?
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