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Probably not: The color of blood in menstruation darkens when the loss of blood is slow or exposed to oxygen for a longer period of time. You may be able to prove this with any fresh blood from a cut, nosebleed etc that is allowed to sit for a little while. It will darken with time. Vaginal ph and bacteria add to the change in color also. ...Read more
See doctor / dentist: This is too little information for an answer to your question to be given. But it is enough information that you should visit your doctor or dentist and be checked out. Black is often a sign of bleeding, but can also be a sign of some types of infection. Neither is good. Go see a doctor! ...Read more
See your doctor: This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. ...Read more
Light bleeding last week, sudden very heavy bleeding, passed pea size brown transparent stringy slime, flat mushy ball (like snot) miscarriage?
Possible: Did you have a positive pregnacy test?do one if you haven't. ...Read more
Last period sep12012 having brown almost black discharge since friday just wiped dark dark almost black with a lil red color ?
Early period: The color of the blood in your menstrual cycle is not useful or relevant. It reflects how long the blood has been sitting inside your uterus or at the back of your vagina. Red is new. Brown or black blood is older and the blood products have started to break down. Menstrual blood color is not something you need to pay attention to. If you are unsure if you are pregnant then check a test today. ...Read more
See your doc: See your doc or nurse that manages your blood thinners. A tongue will stop bleeding on its own usually. Your blood may be too thin and can be dangerous. A tea bag can help, as well as direct pressure with gauze, but i can't stress enough to see your doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lightbrown 1 colour smooth mole thing picked it didn't bleed scabbed over scab fell off bleed now pink looking & healing Could it have be a melanoma?
It may need Dermatol: Any skin lesion which keeps bleeding and does not heal in 2 weeks need to be checked by a Physician. If you needed a biopsy a Dermatologist may be even better qualified. Melanomas tend to bleed...benign lesions heal if you keep the lesion clean and dry/covered with a band-aid. ...Read more
Period started off dark red with small black clots lasting 24 hours then changed to dark brown sticky spotting for 2 days. Implantation bleeding?
No: 'implantation bleeding' is subtle and unpredictable, if it can be interpreted at all. Internet gossip vastly over-emphasizes the idea of 'implantation bleeding.' implantation always happens 6-7 days after fertilization, so that's the only time you could see it. ...Read more
Sometimes...: Black spotting may result from iron supplements, foods you eat (like a lot of spinach), substances (like peptobismol), but most significantly suggests bleeding. When blood is denatured by acid in your stomach, as from ulcers, stools will turn tarry ("melena"). Blood may also be ingested from nose bleeds, bleeding gums. Silver-colored stool suggests bleeding from the biliary tree. Get checked pls. ...Read more
Probably breakthru: 'implantation bleeding' is subtle and unpredictable, if it can be interpreted at all. Internet gossip over-emphasizes the idea of 'implantation bleeding.' ...Read more
Can implantation spotting last 8 days or is it breakthrough bleeding (watery light brown w/ tiny dark brown specks)? I'm 4wks2days pregnant.
Fecal color: Is most often indicative of the diet you ate recently. try to think if you ate any colored food(s) that may have caused those colors, etc. Red/Black may also signify blood in your stool, so if this persists, it is important to see your dr. and be tested for possible blood in your stool. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very doubtful: Bleeding with implantation is not the norm. When it does occur, there is usually a miniscule amount of blood (not clots). ...Read more