its very hard to say, brown discharge is a common sign of implantatsion, but it could also be an std! best thing to do is take a pregnancy test.
This is possible, but seems more likely to be a sign of STD, go to your doctors and they will be able to judge which it is.
It is impossible to say on here what your brownish discharge is, you need to go to a doctor or clinic. Also there is no such thing as JUST an STD.
No it is not usually a sign of pregnancy but a sign of some other condition or problem. Generally thick white discharge is associated with a yeast infection but can also be a symptom of an STD. Consult a physician for a better opinion.
No it is not a sign of pregnancy.. It can be a normal discharge or It can be from a yeast infection or an STD.. I suggest you call your doctor and make an appointment.
white discharge is a sign of pregnancy. However it can also be some form of std. confirm this with your doctor to be on the safe side. cause I had white discharge but it was just a yeast infection. Sometimes. BUt not always, sometimes it's a sign that your about to start your period. Talk to a doctor to get more information.
It could be, it could also be sign of a yeast infection or an STD, you should get this checked.
That is a sign of infection not pregnancy. NO YOU NEED TO GO TO THE DOCTOR AND GET CHECK OUT YOU COULD HAVE AN STD white cleardischarge
Yes it is.
If you mean that the person is getting brown discharge, then pregnancy is not immediately implied. Discharge of anykind outside that of menstruation is highly rare. The best way to make sure it is not an STD or an infection(particularly yeast), which generaly have discharges, is to go to the gynecologist. Also, there would be more symptoms of pregnancy than just discharge. The most noticable would be frequent nausea and headache. Also, a missed period will almost always indicate a pregnancy or potential pregnancy.
Yes, this is normal. Your vagina is still "cleaning" itself out. The brown discharge is just old blood. Gross, I know, but it's totally normal. If you have brown discharge for more than a couple of days, I would see a doctor about that. Abnormal discharge can be a sign of an infection or STD.
Not normally. Sounds more like a UTI, or even an STD. Go see a doctor.
No it's a sign of a infection or STD.
A green discharge is a sign of a bacterial STD. Go to the doctor and get it taken care of.
Go see your doctor. & 5 positive home tests = Pregnant. Brown discharge = You could have a STD or you could be bleeding, due to the pregnancy.
Penile discharge often results from inflammation of the urethra and can be a sign of an STD.
It could be, though the chances of those are highly unlikely. Most-likely the discharge is brown due to left over blood or spotting after your period. There are many factors that can lead to having irregular menstrual symptoms, stress being one of them.
i would be worried, but then again it may be nothing, if i were you i would wait until your period is due and then if it doesnt come do a pregnancy test. The brown discharge could be the egg implanting, also i would get checked for STD's as that could a symptom.
Its not necessarily a sign however it does occur in pregnancy. Also occurs with an STD, hormonal changes many variety of reasons. It seems to me you may have a yeast infection but you do have to go to your doctor in case it is something of a more serious nature.
Mid-cycle spotting or a sign your period is about to start. If sexually active then STD's are a possibility too.
You could be having your period. That's just normal.
A STD can cause a yellow smelly discharge.
A heavier whitish thin mucousy discharge can be expected during pregnancy. If you have any odor or itching or alarming color such as brown, red (bleeding), or green get to your doctor ASAP for a checkup it can be an infection, or STD, that can potentially harm your baby!!!
Yes, cervicitis, itching, and excessive discharge may be a sign of an STD. Other causes are also possible. A woman with those symptoms should see a health care provider for testing as soon as possible.
Sounds like an STD to me, better go check that out....FAST!