I've never heard of having pinkish/brown discharge due to ovulation. However, I have heard of having faint spotting at implantation when you become pregnant. Have you been sexually active since your last period? If you have had unprotected sex since your last period, you should probably take a test in about 2 weeks. If not, I wouldn't worry about a little bit of discharge unless it continues or is bothersome. In that case, you should call or see your doctor. Take care. Answer Yes! Tat's wat happened to me. My LMP started 24th Feb. It started with a little blood streaks in my cm on 4th Mar evening. On 5th Mar, I had brown discharge whenever I wiped. On 6th Mar, the brown discharge continued. So, I called my gynae clinic to book an appt. The head nurse asked me what I want to see my gynae for. I told her about my case and she suspected UTI or fibroids and asked me not to continue trying for the night. I was worried. When I reached home tat nite (6th Mar), I saw more discharge : this time brownish red and with some lumps of tissues. I thought it could be my menses coming but feeling weird coz' it is just 12th day from my LMP. Just before I took my bath, I saw more reddish brown tissue discharge and dried up fluid marks on my panty liner. I grew more worried. But the next morning, after my gynae checked me, he said I have ovulated last nite and asked me to hurry home to try, since the egg will survive 24 hours. I was kinda shocked coz' this is the first time I have ovulation sign like this! If I knew earlier, I would have "started work" the moment I see the first stains! Nevertheless, when you have this brownish discharge, please see your gynae to rule out possibilities of infections or others.
If it is literally pink, I might call your OB/GYN However...2 weeks after your period is when you ovulate and this normally causes a change in the consistency of your discharge. Personally, I've never had discharge that I would have described as pink, but it sounds like ovulation might be related to what's going on with you.
Pink discharge is spotting and there can be many reasons for this.
Spotting can be a result of ovulation mid-cycle, also if you have a hormonal imbalance you may see a little spotting mid-cycle. Spotting can be caused by certain STD's so if you are sexually active it's important you get regular STD screening and practice safer sex. Spotting can also occur if you've had any sort of vaginal damage, for example rough sex or masturbation.
Light pink discharge is common if you are pregnant.
This could be a small amount of bleeding - talk to your doctor.
It's the blood. The reason for it looking brown/pink is because you haven't had your period in a while (1 hour or so). It also means your period is about to end for the month.
You're a-bleeding from yer verginny, dearie.
left over clots from your period mix in with it.... its pefectly normal.
You can have spotting when you ovulate.
You have discharge right after the period that just ended and it lasts
Hi, *Period: - A period is a normal period, normal flow for you around the time you expect your period to arrive. You can not be pregnant and have a normal period. A period signifies that no egg has been fertilised and the egg breaks down and causes the period. * Implantation Bleeding: - Implantation Bleeding occurs 8-12 days after unprotected sex when the egg has been fertilised by the sperm. Not every woman experiences implantation bleeding and it is not as common as many people believe. When implantation bleeding occurs its usually spotting of blood or light bleeding which lasts a few hours to 2 (sometimes 3) days. Implantation bleeding can be: * Light bleeding in underwear. * Bleeding not requiring a pad or tampon. * Bleeding or streaks of blood on tissue paper when you wipe. * Pinkish bleeding which is light. * Brown bleeding which is light. * Discoloured pinkish, redish or brownish vaginal discharge.
Yes, though this could be caused by other things as well. Treat, and seek medical attention if it lasts longer than the length of treatment.
Hi, Yes you can. Implantation cramping is very common and usually feels like period cramping. Implantation bleeding (IB) occurs 8-12 days after unprotected sex and not every woman experiences IB. Signs of IB are: * Light bleeding that lasts a few hours to 2-3 days. * Pinkish/brownish or reddish vaginal discharge. * Spotting of blood. * Spotting of blood that does not require a pad or tampon. * Spotting that is pinkish in colour. * Spotting that is brown in colour. * Light bleeding that is either pink or brown in colour and sometimes red.
Implantation is usually light and lasts a few hours to a 3-4 days. It is also spotting of a pinkish discharge. Cyst rupturing can only be diagnosed by a doctor.
a static discharge lasts for only a fraction of a second
static discharge lasts only for a fraction of a second
In some Women it is yes in others light vaginal spotting in underwear, pinkish or brownish coloured light bleeding or streaks of blood on tissue. IB usually lasts a few hours to 3 days. Heavy bleeding is not IB. Answer Hi mine was Mine was Pink stringy blood in discharge which was bit watery every women is different though. Streaky is a good word to describe it From Pink Princess
Brownish discharge can mean different things. It could be a sign of ovulation. it could also be a false menstrual cycle in which your body did not release an egg but still rids itself of blood leftover from the last heavier period. It could also mean that you may be pregnant. The best thing to do is talk to your doctor. But you can also start tracking your fertility as an added comfort. It requires taking your waking temp. and noticing your vaginal discharge. You can get a great book called "Taking Charge of Your Fertility" by Toni Weschler, MPH. I have found it to be very helpful in educating myself about my female anatomy.
Normally, no. It's natural to get that before (sometimes) and after your period. It's like a marker for the beginning and end. However, if it is excessive or lasts for a long time, I would see your doctor. :)
Wait at least two weeks after the discharge stops. The heat period lasts approximately three weeks, but she'll only have a discharge during the first week. For safety sake, it is best to wait three weeks after the discharge stops just to be sure.