Hi, brown discharge means old blood. So, if you're having old blood come before your period (which generally it comes after a period finishes) this could mean a few things. My first guess would be that it could be a sign of ovulation, considering your actual period came a week later. Because menstruation will generally come 1-2 weeks after after ovulation. Most woman don't have signs of ovulation every month. Some months we have a heavy flow, and other months it may be much lighter, or you may even skip a period the odd month. Menstruation is the most suspenseful thing that I don't think any one will ever understand 100%, because it's so unpredictable, as it varies for all of us and changes in patterns. So, I really don't think you need to worry. But if you are, you could always get it checked out. Anyway, I hope that helps...
You may experience discharge a day or two before ovulation, then three days discharge which is the ovulation discharge itself, followed by another day or two of discharge. Its different in every woman. If your discharge is off coloured, smelly or your itchy then you may have thrust.
Discharge starts as you enter puberty - there is no specific length of time between starting to get discharge and getting your first period, however it is normal to get your first period will start within four years of starting puberty. It's also normal just before your first period to see changes to your discharge such as clear stretchy discharge like egg-whites 2-3 weeks before your period which then becomes thicker and heavier getting closer to your period, often followed by pink or brown discharge ('spotting') just before your period starts.
Yes. You get discharge before you get your period.
Your discharge would be white before menstruation.You may also experience spotting so see brown or pink discharge.
No, when you are pregnant you tend to get more discharge then normally. And at the end of your pregnancy you get alot of discharge.
Some girls do get brown discharge before starting your period. Not all girls get it though.
Girls usually have discharge for about 6 months to a year before starting her first period but it can vary from girl to girl. Some girls can have discharge for only about 3-4 months before getting their first periods as others may have discharge for about 2 years before they start.
You have discharge right after the period that just ended and it lasts
There is no such thing as white blood, so what you are experiencing before menstruation is discharge. Discharge amounts in females vary, but white discharge that does not have any smell is perfectly normal. The function of discharge is to keep the vagina clean and moist.
you can have discharge before or after your period, sometimes you have both. before it is preparing to shed the walls of your vagina, after it is just cleaning the system after all the layers are shed. you can have discharge before or after your period, sometimes you have both. before it is preparing to shed the walls of your vagina, after it is just cleaning the system after all the layers are shed. you can have discharge before or after your period, sometimes you have both. before it is preparing to shed the walls of your vagina, after it is just cleaning the system after all the layers are shed.
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You are supposed to have discharge every day.
Nothing. Discharge is totally natural and normal.
Yes. Brownish discharge two days before one's period does not definitively confirm pregnancy.
It can stop a few days before. (or at least it does for me)
It is called a discharge. Discharge happens to girls before the hit there first period.
no, black discharge can be a sign of a prolapse in the vaginal wall - get this checked out
no. discharge is a sign that you will be getting your period soon. you will get discharge before your period and maybe even after it.