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What Does It Mean If I Have Brown Discharge?
Some people may worry if their discharge is pinkish-brown, but many different factors can cause this. However, this color of discharge is rarely a cause for concern. In this article, we look at the causes of pinkish-brown vaginal discharge. We also explain what is normal and when to see a doctor. Pinkish-brown discharge often occurs intermittently in the few days before a period begins because the body is preparing for menstruation. People may also notice some pink or brown discharge toward the end of their period.
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Brown Discharge: What Does It Mean?
The release of brown discharge is often caused by a small amount of old blood mixing with your normal vaginal discharge. This creates a brown tinge. The reason your discharge is brown in colour is because as blood ages, it turns from red to brown giving your discharge a light to dark brown colour. Irregular brown discharge can be quite concerning. The good news is that most of the time it is nothing to worry about but it is always better to keep an eye on it and talk to your doctor if you are concerned.
Brown discharge before a period is usually harmless, and there are many possible reasons for it. Sometimes, it can indicate pregnancy or perimenopause. Less commonly, it could be a sign of an underlying health condition.