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Discharge (Definition)

Discharge can be a noun or a verb; it has multiple meanings in physics, chemistry, military, and legal usage. The most common medical meaning is a substance that is being excreted. Examples: pus is the discharge from a pimple; a vaginal discharge can mean infection; an ear discharge can mean an infection of the outer ear tract; a nasal discharge ...Read more


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Is brown discharge normal 2 days before period if your 15 years old?

Is brown discharge normal 2 days before period if your 15 years old?

Probably ok: Some premenstrual spotting is relatively common. However, if she is sexually active and there is an odor to the discharge, don't make the assumption its blood. ...Read more

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Is a brown discharge two days before your period normal if you have been on bc for 3 years and have never experienced this before?

Is a brown discharge two days before your period normal if you have been on bc for 3 years and have never experienced this before?

Brown = blood: Brown discharge usually is old blood. Since the timing is around your period then this sounds pretty normal. Breakthrough bleeding - bleeding at the wrong time - is very common on birth control pills. If it is repetitive or you are not happy with the level of cycle control consider changing methods. If you are concerned about infection schedule a visit for testing and an exam. ...Read more

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I had heavy dark brown discharge for 3 days then light brown discharge 2 days before my period. There are no other symptoms. What could this be?

I had heavy dark brown discharge for 3 days then light brown discharge 2 days before my period. There are no other symptoms. What could this be?

Old blood: The dark brown discharge is indicative of old blood, or blood that makes its way out much slower. Given that this is leading up to your period, it is probably normal. If it persists from cycle to cycle, then i would consult your doctor. ...Read more

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Brown discharge for past 2 days. 5 before period due. On pill norimin. Have never missed one. Always use other method as well. What could this be?

Brown discharge for past 2 days. 5 before period due. On pill norimin. Have never missed one. Always use other method as well. What could this be?

Breakthrough bleed: Sounds like breakthrough bleeding which occurs when you have bleeding at unscheduled times while on the pill. Often things get back to normal the next cycle. If not then schedule a visit to discuss changing brands or changing birth control methods. This is very common. Other than being annoying it is not dangerous. ...Read more

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I have been having lower back pain, light blood and black/ brown mucus discharge 2 days before my period, I also feel bloated. Could I be pregnant?

I have been having lower back pain, light blood and black/ brown mucus discharge 2 days before my period, I also feel bloated. Could I be pregnant?

Unrelated stages: How old are you? The low back pain and the brown mucus discharge most likely are not related. If you are within the child bearing age and you are sexually active you may be pregnant with or without back pain or brwonish discharge. If the bak pain does not radiate down the thighs it can be muscular. If it radiates down the thighs it may be irritation of a root in the back. Need gyn routine. ...Read more

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Brown discharge 2-3 days before early period then blood for 4 days then brown discharge again. Period or implantation?

Brown discharge 2-3 days before early period then blood for 4 days then brown discharge again. Period or implantation?

Sounds like a period: Having 4 days of vaginal bleeding, beginning around the time of an expected menstrual cycle, sounds like a menstrual period. If the next menstrual period doesn't happen as it should, then one can check a urine pregnancy test a week after missing that period. ...Read more

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Having brown slimy vaginal discharge 2 days before my period normal?

Having brown slimy vaginal discharge 2 days before my period normal?

Watch: It may just be related to hormone changers before your period, if you are concerned about pregnancy, check a test. ...Read more

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Can body tremors be a sign of PMS symptoms - about 1-2 days before period should start brown discharge and very anxious/full body barily visable trmor?

Can body tremors be a sign of PMS symptoms - about 1-2 days before period should start brown discharge and very anxious/full body barily visable trmor?

Talk to your doctor : Body tremors are not common signs of pms but could be related to anxiety. The shaking could be related to panic attacks; however, you should see your physician for an evaluation. You may need a referral to a psychiatrist and an ob-gyn doctor if you haven't seen them already. ...Read more

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I have stillbrown discharge after period and its long two days not very much but not little.How long brown discharge last?is that worry things?

I have stillbrown discharge after period and its long two days not very much but not little.How long brown discharge last?is that worry things?

Brown discharge: Indicates there is old blood in it. In general it is very common and nothing to worry about. If it associated with other symptoms such as itching, odor, pain, fever, or it persists you should schedule an exam.If you are sexually active you need regular exams and STD screens. ...Read more

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Have dark brown discharge two days after period ends and continuing for about five days now. Usually the discharge lasts for one or two days the most?

Have dark brown discharge two days after period ends and continuing for about five days now. Usually the discharge lasts for one or two days the most?

Normal: The brown discharge is just broken down blood cells. At the end of your period, as the bleeding slows down blood stays in the vagina and starts to break down causing the brown discharge. If there is no burning, pain or itching then do not worry this is normal. ...Read more

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Brown discharge 10 days before period is it normal?

No: Not "normal", but not necessarily anything serious. If persists, should see gyn. ...Read more