93 days late period, I am sexually active, one faded positive and rest negative results, when peed saw dark brown& redish squishy discharge, what is it?

Time to see your doc. Here's the thing, you've had a positive pregnancy test once. That alone should be enough for a trip to the doc's even just to confirm true or not. You need to see your doc for several reasons: sexually active - unprotected sex presumably. Absent period. One positive pregnancy test. You need an in-person evaluation.

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