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What does it mean if you have a little blood in your discharge after period ?

What does it mean if you have a little blood in your discharge after period ?

Probably nothing: Other than you just had your period. Occasionally? Not likely to be anything. If it happens a lot, then look deeper. ...Read more

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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What can it mean if you have blood in your discharge 2 weeks after your period.

What can it mean if you have blood in your discharge 2 weeks after your period.

Could be infection: A bloody discharge could be an infection and should be evaluated...Also if u use tampons, ensure one was not left in by accident. ...Read more

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Could a little blood in your discharge possibly mean you are pregnant? my mother has told me that its a sign..

Could a little blood in your discharge possibly mean you are pregnant? my mother has told me that its a sign..

Maybe. Maybe not.: If talking about vaginal discharge (realize that people can have discharge from anywhere in the body), a little blood in it can happen in non-pregnant women and also in pregnant women. That means it cannot be taken as a reliable sign of either pregnancy or non-pregnancy. If a woman is not getting normal regular periods, and is having sex, she can do a home pregnancy test 3 weeks after sex. ...Read more

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What does it mean to have a blood tinged discharge?

What does it mean to have a blood tinged discharge?

Infection?: Some other reasons for blood tinged discharge are infections or super light spotting that just come out as blood tinged. If it isn't time for your period, you should see a doctor to make sure you don't have any infections. ...Read more

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What does it mean when you have discharged with blood?

Please clarify: This question is too ambiguous and is missing context and specific information. Discharge from the nose, the penis, the rectum, the vagina, the urethra, the mouth? ...Read more

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A tiny bit of blood in discharge . What does that mean?

A tiny bit of blood in discharge . What does that mean?

Depends: Depends on the circumstances. If it only happened once, probably nothing. If it persists and you find it disturbing see a gynecologist and get examined. ...Read more

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I have thick clumpy stringy slimy discharge with a tinge of blood..what could this mean?

I have thick clumpy stringy slimy discharge with a tinge of blood..what could this mean?

Possible infection: You need to have a pelvic exam and be tested for infections. This could just be hormonal changes but if you have any kind of infection that would need treatment. ...Read more

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What's it mean if I have brown discharge and it keeps coming out with a tiny bit of blood?

Vaginal?: Generally this means slow discharge of old blood from either the uterus (most likely) or the vaginal barrel. If it persists you should probably be seen and examined by a gynecologist. ...Read more

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What does it mean when you have a white cunky discharge white discharge that been happening for a while and now got blood in ti

Monilia (yeast): These symptoms classically describe yeast infection, and may be accompanied by vaginal pain, or pain with intercourse. Over the counter treatments for yeast are available (only topical creams or suppositories will be effective from over the counter medicines.). ...Read more

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Today i was supposed to ovulate, when i went to the restroom there was a little blood in my discharge when i wiped. What does this mean/is it normal?

Mid-cycle normal: It is not unusual for some women to experience a small amount of mid-cycle spotting around the time of ovulation. If the bleeding becomes heavy or is associated with significant pain, then you should see your ob/gyn, otherwise, it is typically benign and not worrisome. ...Read more