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Answered 2008-04-21 02:41:45

You should see a doctor for any sort of discharge during pregnacy. It could be an infection which they would need to treat.

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What does it mean if you have brown discharge and then it goes to white discharge?

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Is it normal to have brown discharge come from you if you have an irregular period?

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Watery discharge now yellow discharge?

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Is a brown discharge normal after period?

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.

You stopped your period a week ago and now you have a brown discharge is this normal?

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.

What color is the discharge if you have chlamydia?

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Could the brown discharge have been my first period and I had brown discharge for one day and my normal clear or white discharge stopped and just started again?

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If you are five weeks pregnant is it normal to have brown discharge?

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Should you be worried if you had brown discharge after regular period that was on time?

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Is it normal to only get the brown discharge instead of your period for the last two months for a virgin teenager?

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What those white stains in you girlfriends underwear are?

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Is it normal to have brown discharge showing every other day around week 5 of pregnancy?

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