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.
Sometimes you can have some slight spotting(spots or discharge) before the period comes. It can look brown or red or maybe even a creme colur, but it is nothing to worry about.its very normal at a young lady's age
If you are 6 weeks pregnant, this brown discharge may be old blood from your last period. However, you should speak to your Doctor about this incase it is an infection.
coul be possible to to be a 1st week pregnant even you experienced a yellowish brown discharge?
I have been to the docotor recently to find out if I was pregnant. He told me that I was. What made me go to the doctor was that I was having cramps, being constipated, brown discharge and slight fatigue. Best thing to do is get checked pronto ! I hope this helped.
If you're having brown discharge only after sex, you may have an infection. See your health care provider for an exam and to discuss your symptoms.
If you have a brown discharge at the end of your period, this typically is just dried/left over blood. It should stop within a few short days after your period. Which is why it's good to wear something like pantiliners, even when you're done with your period.
Yes because it keeps the discharge out of your underwear
You should wipe the vagina like always. It's just discharge even if it's looks different.
No. Sounds like an STD. You should never, ever discharge green, or even slightly green. You may still be pregnant, but that is not a sign of it.
http://www.healthline.com/symptomsearch?addterm=Brown+Vaginal+Discharge You need to be adamant that your doctor find out what it is!
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.