This can be old blood (old blood is dark, new blood is red). It's best to see your doctor and let him be sure everything is fine and you don't have an infection of any sort.
Yes that's completely normal
This means nothing hun and is normal. It does happen sometimes and you may get this discharge during all of your periods.
It doesn't have to be white, it can be clear and that's normal. Discharge maybe white, stringy, clear, cloudy white and/or yellow when dried on clothing.
supposed to be white and like sorta clear and gooey
The brown discharge is from your lining inside you, it is normal to have that.
It can be, but it can also be a sign of a problem. Definitely call your doctor and discuss your symptoms with him, just to be sure.
No a "black discharge" is not normal. Using BCP or MAP can cause irregular bleeding and break thru bleeding in the first three months of using OCP.
Can be normal, depending on how far along you are. If there is bleeding, discharge, or increase in pain, contact your doctor immediately.
You would know that your period has stopped because you are no longer bleeding. As your period comes to an end the bleeding lightens, you may see brown or pink discharge rather than full bleeding, and then it will return to normal discharge. Once you are no longer bleeding you are no longer menstruating.
Implantation bleeding can be heavy, sometimes it is mistaken for an early period, but more commonly implantation bleeding is very slight. No, it's not heavy. It's nothing like a period. It is a tiny bit of blood which can be stringy/thick. It can last from 1-3 days, and the color can be brown/pink/red. Mine lasted 1 day. It just was pink stringy blood in discharge. Women can have periods while pregnant as well, which is totally different than implantation bleeding. If they have a period while pregnant it's a period. Implantation bleeding is a first sign of pregnancy or a sign of pregnancy at the beginning. Yes it can, but it would only last a day or so. I went to the doctor, and they said my heavy bleeding was implantation! It's not as common as a light discharge, but its still implantation.
Yes the dark discharge is normal and one of the awful symptoms of depo you should def get off of it!
There are times when most young women will experience a slight discharge of what looks like mucus. This can occur after urination, at certain times in the menstrual cycle; it is generally clear, and stringy, as you described, and such a vaginal discharge is generally quite harmless. However, if you have a vaginal discharge that is yellowish or greenish in color, or if it has a strong odor, it may be the sign of an infection. A doctor can easily diagnose and treat it with antibiotics.
White discharge after your period means that you're a normal healthy female. Females are supposed to have discharge all the time as it's how the vagina stays clean.
Yes it can be a sign of implantation bleeding. If the bleeding is very light and not light a normal period than this could be implantation. Yes it can be a sign of implantation bleeding. If the bleeding is very light and not light a normal period than this could be implantation. Yes it can be a sign of implantation bleeding. If the bleeding is very light and not light a normal period than this could be implantation.
No, it is not. Please see a doctor. You are bleeding. Maybe from constipation.
There are quite a few, like abnormal bleeding(not normal period bleeding), increased discharge, pain or burning sensations when urinating, and pelvic pain.
When you have brown discharge near the end of your period that just means that your period is almost done it does not mean that there's something wrong with you it's normal.
Yes it is normal to have vaginal discharge daily. A milky colored discharge is normal discharge
Your not pregnant because the egg released obviously so the sperm didn't get attached so no your not pregnant
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.
Hi, This could be implantation bleeding. If it is IB you can perform a pregnancy test in 2 weeks or alternatively see your doctor for a quantitative beta hcg pregnancy blood test now. Answer Hi Implantation bleeding can be red/brown/pink its tiny bit of blood which can happen up2 3days. it stays light it doesn't go heavy. It can be stringy/ thick 1 in 3 women get it I got it mine was stringy pink blood in discharge.
yes it is very normal
I don't think so. it could be Implantation bleeding but get it checked out quick
Lochia is the bleeding that occurs after childbirth. The normal limits are a menstrual like discharge for the first couple of days which begins to taper off. The discharge of lochia should be complete in 2-4 weeks.
It is normal for menstrual flow to contain the stringy black things you have described. They are probably small blood clots.