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    Question Is this a sign that I'm newly pregnant?

    I had protected (implanon & condom) sex on the 7th & 29th September. My period was due around the 24th .. it is now the 12th October and it still hasn't arrived. This is the first period in 10 years I have missed, although since being on the implant (march 2011) my cycles have been crazy irregular. 
    Today I have been getting an amount of brown discharge, which I used to get quite often when I first went on the implant. I had been feeling a little crampy, which made me go to the toilet initially. Last week, my nipples were quite sensitive to the touch. My breasts themselves were not sore.

    I had a pelvic U/S on the 28th Sept (day before second amount of intercourse) and was told my endometrial/uterine lining was only 4.9mm.

    Based on this, what is the likelihood of this brown discharge being a sign of pregnancy?

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    I'd say it was extremely unlikely . Have you done a hpt yet? The brown discharge may be a sign that your period is about to turn up. If the implamon isn't working for you, it might be an idea to see if there is something more suited to your body. Good luck.


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