Brown discharge is actually old blood. Some woman, especially those with irregular cycles, will experience spotting between periods. Brownish-Pinkish discharge between periods could also be a sign of ovulation or implantation.
If you have just started having sex,yes.Or if it was rough,maybe.
Im interested because I'm.six weeks and having this same problem
It means your dying jk it's just spotting.
Discharge can mean many things, but in the healthcare field, when used in conjunction with the term spotting, it usually refers to vaginal discharge and spotting. This means to find fluids or substance coming from the vagina that differ from the usual in amount, smell, appearance, thickness, color, etc. Spotting usually refers to small amounts of blood--bright red or darker as in dried blood.
spotting is normal for many females. there could be a variety of reasons.. if it doesnt continue i wouldnt worry about it
most likely - congrats!
ask a doctor it could be anything
I think its because you just started. I'm not an expert, but I'm pretty sure.
It can mean either one, which may not be helpful to you but its true. Spotting can be a sign of pregnancy or it can be the beginning of your period -- you'll know which one in 24 hrs. I did! For more specific medical info go to a WebMD.
It could signal pregnancy, if the period didn't start full force in a couple of days a home pregnancy test could be done. ~pawsalmighty answer it could be Implantation bleeding take a test and find out if your pregnant kat
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Brown discharge could be implantation bleeding or early pregnancy spotting which are both common. If your period is late, take a test or go and get a blood test.
Sometimes you can have some slight spotting(spots or discharge) before the period comes. It can look brown or red or maybe even a creme colur, but it is nothing to worry about.its very normal at a young lady's age
If any amount of sperm got into you, then there is always a chance of pregnancy.
Yes - take a test
No, having discharge doesn't mean your period is coming.You start getting discharge as you enter puberty - your first period will start within four years of starting puberty, but just having discharge isn't an indicator of your period coming any time soon. During your menstrual cycles discharge changes due to hormonal changes so you may notice fertile cervical mucus or heavier discharge as a sign your period is on it's way but if you're new to menstruation it may be hard to spot these changes. You may get pink or brown discharge leading up to your period too, this is called spotting, but you may not always see this.
Implantation will appear before you expect your period and many people mistaken it for spotting before their period begins. As mentioned before, most women do not experience a full on bleeding with implantation. Instead, they may experience a bit of spotting in their panties or even some pinkish or brown discharge. Implantation bleeding occurs when an egg has been fertilized and implants into the lining of the uterus. Because the lining uterus is made up of blood, there can be a bit of blood expelled in some women.
if you havent started your periods this is what it could be. If you have started your periods and this is occurring before or after you period is about to start it could b spotting if its possible it isn't spotting i would go seek a doctors opinion answer ovulation bleeding or implantation bleeding
Have you been having sex? You could be pregnant. If your period is late, you should test.
You were only spotting for not even a full day and having some bad cramping?
Yes it is normal to have vaginal discharge daily. A milky colored discharge is normal discharge
If you are just spotting and not having your full period then yes you can still get a positive result. Spotting could mean the implantation of the egg.
It is a normal occurrence on Depo Provera for bleeding and spotting to stop over time.
HPV rarely causes discharge. If you are having unusual discharge, see your health care provider