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I am on the paragard IUD and have been experiencing a very light-brown vaginal discharge, no odor. Is it abnormal?

It depends. If you just had it inserted, pelvic pain and brown discharge are normal. However, if you experience pain, cramping, bleeding or if the discharge does not stop, see your doctor for evaluation and an ultrasound. Your first two periods are most likely be heavier and with more cramps. Read more...

I have light red brown vaginal discharge and odor what can it be? I had unprotected sex a few weeks ago

Possibly. Pregnancy is always a possibility. Purchase and perform a home pregnancy test. They usually become positive when you're about a week late. If it's negative, repeat it in 1 week and see your doctor. Read more...

I have a brown vaginal discharge that is amplified with intercourse. There is an odor but no pain, itching, or burning. What could be causing this?

Infection. This could be caused by a cervical or vaginal infection. The most common vaginal infection is bacterial vaginosis and the main symptom is an odor. In this case the peroxidase positive lactobacillus which are the most common bacteria in the vagina get killed off, the pH rises and anaerobic bacteria over grow. It is easy to diagnose and treat but you need to see your doctor to do so. Good luck. Read more...

Pink/brown vaginal discharge all month for several months. Take birth control. Same sex partner for 2.5 years. Occasional discomfort where ovaries are?

Progesterone. Your ovaries are not producing enough progesterone the two weeks before your period. This may be due to stress and/or poor diet. Inadequate progesterone production the two weeks before your period allows the lining of your uterus to become too thick---> inc period blood flow. Inadequate progesterone also allows your estrogen to form the clots. Go see your gynecologist for evaluation and treatment. Read more...