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It dozen't mean anything. Your period colors can range from brownish to a light pinkish. Hope I helped :)

It is perfectly normal to start your period weeks early and its dark brown. You mostly start with dark brown when you start your period and it turns red.

It usually occurs about 7-10 days before the time for your period. It's usually light - sometimes just a dot. For me it was actually a pinkish orange color, for some it's brown. I thought I was getting my period early, but the odd color made me wonder, and then it stopped in a couple of days. I had been pregnant before, and had implantation spotting AFTER my period was due. It wasn't a viable pregnancy and failed about 2 weeks later.

Hi, it is very common for a woman to spot/light bleed pinkish brown blood. Make sure you tell your OBGYN though. Have an ultrasound done. And most of all try not to stress over it. The uterus is stretching out and sometimes there may be tears. Implantation bleeding is common too. This usually happens two weeks after conception when the "baby" implants itself in the uterus. It is pinkish brown color. It can last anywhere from two days to a few more. ease your mind.

You probably had period blood and diahhoriea. Never heard of an ear;y period

it doesnt sound to serious it is probably early pregnancy bleeding which happens to some women, and is usually more pinkish or brownish than a period, if you have more concerns talk to a doctor

You don't get your period (bright red, light, heavy, light) when you are pregnant. In early pregnancy you could have implantation bleeding around the time of your period (light pink/brown and spotting)

could be early sign of pregnancy.. Implantation will cause a pink or brown discharge without a period.

The brown discharge could be a sign of pregnancy, or just your period. The only way to know is to get a pregnancy test. Safe sex, kiddos.

It can mean that you are under alot of stress and may need to see a doctor to make sure everything is okay.

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There is no pill like that. The different pills in a pill pack mean different things. The white ones are active pills that have the hormones to prevent pregnancy, the brown pills are inactive that just keep you in the habit of taking the pills. Some brown pills contain iron, but they don't stop you're period.

Could be. A lot of pregnant women say they spotted early in pregnancy. However, I always get brown spotting before a period.

i was take my ovul test one week ago an i have my period now one week early my question is can i be preg?

You can spot during a pregnancy but if you start bleeding heavily it can be a sign of a miscarriage.

Brown fluid = burnt fluid (either dark brown or black in color) . In the early stages of slipping, a burnt smell will be the first noticeable indication.

It depends on the region. On the coast near Galveston, it can get brown during the early Spring; close to Florida it can acquire a deep blue color.

Purple is the bloom color of the Early Southern Coral Root Orchid (Corallorhiza wisteriana).Specifically, the sepals and side petals are mottled in brown or purple. Otherwise, they exhibit considerable variation in color, from purplish or reddish brown to greenish yellow. But the lip always is white with purple dots.

Can someone tell me why I have started my period two weeks early. I have put an implant in my arm whilst I was on my 5th day of my period, two weeks later I started my period but it is really light. On the second day of my period it was brown then after that it was light pink...please help me

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