Yes, this is normal. Dark blood is "dead blood" and red of course is fresh blood. When a woman is stressed out for any reason the muscles tighted and the lining that is coming out is brown (sometimes stringy) and the fresh blood is your normal period. Also starting Birth Control pills/patches can cause this. Nothing to worry about.
If you remove a tampon and it has brown spots then it is likely old blood, normal when your period is light as it takes time for the blood to leave your body and it goes brown. If your period is light then you should not be using tampons at all, only use tampons with full flow. If the tampon has brown spots before insertion then throw it out and check other tampons before using them.
It's blood that has been there for awhile (old blood).
You were expecting your period and you got IT before IT got you!
Once the discharged blood comes in contact with the air it will turn black. This is normal, however it is important to change your tampon frequently to protect yourself againest a serious bacterial infection knowen as toxic shock syndrome.
NEVER insert a tampon when not menstruating. Tampons damage vaginal tissues by absorbing vaginal moisture, this can result in ulceration that can cause bleeding and will increase your risk of contracting TSS.
If a tampon has blood on only one side, it is never a cause for concern. It has no medical meaning.
Wearing a tampon when not on your period is unhealthy and unnecessary. The tampon is good place for bacteria to grow and may cause an infection that can enter the blood stream and kill you. Every tampon box warns about TSS (Toxic Shock Syndrom) which you can only get if you leave your tampon in for more than 8 hours
Plood when you have period and so you have to put tampon
Yes, you have started your period. How old are you?
No. Blood clots are part of a normal period.
A tampon sits inside the vagina to absorb blood coming out of the uterus during a period. From the related link that I have added, you can see where a tampon rests
yes it is because sometimes it all comes out at one time and clogs so yes it is its also very common during your period to see a blood clot in your pad or on your tampon
Yes, you can feel the blood flow if you're not wearing a tampon (and sometimes if you are) and you usually get cramps.
No, spotting is not the first day of your period, it is when you have enough blood to wear a pad or tampon. I know because I asked my doctor about this.
I recommend you don't do that, and keep it for its original purpose - placing it in your vagina, to absorb period blood.
It is when a girls vaginia had blood coming out of it and they need to use a tampon or a pad to soak it all up
i do it all of the time and i think its normal.
It is due to old (oxidized) blood which has pooled in the uterus before being expelled (or if a tampon has been left in too long!).
When a girl gets her period, blood comes from her vagina and she gets a bloated uterus, plus terrible cramps. When girls get their period, she must wear a tampon, or a pad. A pad is a liner that you put in your underwear. A tampon is something that a girl puts into her vagina.
If you have black blood from your period that is normal if it comes out when your not on your period than go to your doctor and get checked.
No. Tampon should only be worn when on a period and taken out several times a day. Bacteria builds in the tampon and can cause a infection called toxic shock syndrome. It will kill if the bacteria enters the blood stream. Young girls starting their periods also should not use tampons for the first year or two. Read the tampon boxes.
you could see blood on your underwear. or blood on the toilet paper after you wipe after going to the bathroom
If you want to have your period but don't want lots of blood coming out of you the best thing to do is wear a tampon. Nothing but a couple of blood spots come out every now and then.
Brown blood indicates 'old blood' and is normal and can happen before or after red blood or normal blood flow.