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Am i pregnant? Please help!!!

Hello. I am 20 years old and had sex with my boyfriend on my ovulation day. Sex was safe (we used condom + pull out so he didnt cum inside). It was painful in one special position. Next day morning he fingered me 2 times (with 1 hour pause). And next day i saw my discharge with light pinkish blood. It was like that for 2 days. Then it changed to light brownish dishcharge for about 4 days. Now its again white as always, but its not in that amount as normaly it is. My discharge is staying only inside me and only a little, little bit coming out. I would say i am dry. And i am really really really stressed, even drinking stress relief meds to not worry. Should i be worried about pregnancy or its just vaginal trauma?
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Hi.  Well, that's great you used a condom.  Pull out method without a condom doesn't protect you from pregnancy but the condom you had on did.  So, that really is awesome and I'm glad you are protecting yourself.  With that in mind, you wouldn't be pregnant.  Pregnancy statistics when someone uses a condom are because the condom broke or was used incorrectly.  So, that's not you!  What you describe sounds like perhaps the sex and fingering irritated your cervix. Pink spotting is fresh blood and can happen if that is the case.  Brown spotting is old blood which can be dislodged.  I would not worry about pregnancy from what you describe.
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