You should see a doctor for any sort of discharge during pregnacy. It could be an infection which they would need to treat.
It can be normal for a woman's vaginal discharge to be thick. However, if it is yellow, green or brown in appearance and has a particularly strong odour, it is advisable to see a doctor as there may be an infection.
Brown is period. white is normal.
yes it is normal to brown discharge come from you if you have an irregular periods or on the day you finish your period.
White discharge is ok to have everyday and so is brown discharge so any type of discharge is ok! It is very normal. You might have discharge all your life!
Yes, it is normal to see brown discharge even though you've not reached menarche. The brown discharge is light bleeding that has gone brown as it has aged and it mixes with your discharge. This can be a result of hormonal changes as your body prepares itself to ovulate and menstruate.
It's totally fine. Mine was like that too. It was like thin and watery and first (kinda clear/white) and now it's yellow. Completely normal. discharge can go from white, clear, yellow, brown, pink, red..you name it. It all depends on your body. Nothing to worry about;)
Brown discharge after menses is perfectly normal. As the flow of blood slows down it takes longer for it to expel from the body therefore turning brown becoming "old" blood.
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.
Typically, if a person has symptoms, the vaginal discharge with chlamydia is yellow, but some may have spotting or bleeding that can cause red or brown color. Penile discharge may be yellow, white, or clear. But most women and many men have no symptoms of chlamydia, so in women, most typically the discharge does not look any different from normal vaginal discharge.
um i think its normal
No, Brown stinky discharge is gonnorhrea see a doctor for drugs Joymaker RN
Yes it is normal to have brown discharge and no blood during a miscarriage. Brown blood is 'dead blood' and red is fresh. Your body is getting rid of waste materials.
If you are scared consult your doctor
I have the same thing. I dont know if that is normal.
Brown discharge after a normal period is normal for many women. Brown discharge is simply old blood. However, if the discharge lasts for more than seven to 10 days, it may help to seek the advice of a gynecologist as prolonged discharge may be a sign of stress, perimenopause or in rare cases, pregnancy.
yes its normal , if your period is late you can have brown discharge also it happens after periods and it mean its cleaning out your vagina and old blood looks brown.
It depends on the stage.A very brief period of brown (or red) discharge can be considered normal at implantation (about six days after ovulation: in other words, before you even miss a period).At any other time, any bleeding- because let's face it, that's what "brown discharge" is; you're bleeding- should be evaluated by a physician.Spotting can occur during the first trimester of a normal, healthy pregnancy, but should always be evaluated.It's probably nothing serious, but you need to see a doctor.Good luck, and God bless.
The brown discharge is from your lining inside you, it is normal to have that.
It is just normal vaginal discharge. The vagina cleans itself all the time and this is normal. The discharge is usually white but it can turn yellow after a while. And then it can turn brown (that means it is old blood) before/after a woman's period. Again, that is completely normal. If a woman has a lot of discharge she may want to wear pantyliners. But it's NORMAL and does not mean a woman is cheating or anything like that.
Yes this is normal. If the discharge becomes red - see your doctor.
Brown color spotting during the first trimester could be due to implantation bleeding, this is normal. There are many reasons why brown spotting may occur, many of these reasons are perfectly normal. However, it is always a good idea to check with your doctor, just to be sure.