Yeah, I get that sometimes. It's no big deal. :)
That probably IS your period, the blood isn't usually red... It often comes out in the form of a brownish discharge, especially if you're young or on birth control.
Could be you are spotting. Especially if on birth control and missed a couple of days.
If you've had sex, then yes you could be pregnant. However, the brownish color to the blood indicates "old blood" that has been pooling in your vagina. It doesn't mean any one thing. The only way to find out for sure is to take a test or see your OB-GYN if you're concerned.
it probably means that you are on birth control, and youre normal. that is not something to be worried about.
There is only one direct answer to this question ,one possible logical answer See your doctor ,it may be nothing it may be something:
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Most antibiotics don't affect the birth control pill. Spotting, whether brown, black, or red, is common after taking the birth control pill continuously without a break.
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Some methods of birth control increase vaginal discharge, and others decrease discharge. Contact your health care provider or pharmacist for information specific to your situation.
A decrease in vaginal discharge can be a problem if it's leaving you dry or if you can't become lubricated enough during sex, it can also sometimes be a symptom of a yeast infection although most commonly it's a result of using hormonal birth control. It is normal to see fluctuations in your vaginal discharge, but if you're concerned about this see your doctor.
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No one can control discharge. It's a part of our system to keep the vagina healthy. Women have discharge all the time but it changes slightly when it gets closer to the time of having our period. Wether you are a virgin or not have nothing to do with it. Discharge is not linked to the hymen.
Some women complain of an increase in vaginal discharge on hormonal birth control. This discharge has no odor or itch. If it's troublesome, contact your health care provider for advice.
The birth control pill can change vaginal discharge, but a yellow discharge is a possible sign of infection. See your health care provider as soon as possible.
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Yes, the birth control pill can cause brown or black discharge. Any amount of brown, black, or red discharge is considered a "period" or withdrawal bleed when you're on the pill.
Discharge is a way to tell you that you are ovulating now if you had unprotected sex during that time and have dried up, go get a pregnancy test. But, if you are only going by discharge alone for birth control, then you will need to have a back up birth control, like using the withdrawal method along with the discharge.
Dont panic. Its more than likely nothing. See a doctor as soon as you can. It may be an infection.
Different types of discharge and self evaluationWhite discharge: Thick, white discharge is common at the beginning and end of your cycle. Normal white discharge is not accompanied by itching. If itching is present, thick white discharge can indicate a yeast infection.Clear and stretchy discharge: This is "fertile" mucous and means you are ovulating.Clear and watery discharge: This occurs at different times of your cycle and can be particularly heavy after exercising.Yellow or Green discharge: May indicate an infection, especially if thick or clumpy like cottage cheese or has a foul odor.Brown discharge: May happen right after periods, and is just "cleaning out" your vagina. Old blood looks brown.Spotting Blood and/or Brown Discharge: This may occur when you are ovulating/mid-cycle. Sometimes early in pregnancy you may have spotting or a brownish discharge at the time your period would normally come. If you have spotting at the time of your normal period rather than your usual amount of flow, and you have had sex without using birth control, you should check a pregnancy test.
yes it is completely normal.
touch it, or feel it,
The bladder and urethra control the discharge of waste materials filtered from the blood and excreted as urine. Sphincters and pelvic floor muscles help control the expulsion of urine so it happens at a convenient time.