i started having brown stuff coming out of my vagina.

I started my period on the 2nd and stopped on the 5th or 6th. Last month I had it for completely 7 days. Well, after this period.. on sunday I think.. i started having brown stuff coming out of my vagina. yes i am sexually active but only with 1 person in my life. Every time i go pee and i wipe, the brown stuff comes off on the toilet paper and even when i’m not going to the bathroom, i can feel it coming out on my underwear just like discharge. I got a papsmere a couple months ago and i didn’t have any kind of STD’S. What can this be?? PLEASE help me and PLEASE don’t be rude, i really need serious answers. thank you :)


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7 Responses to i started having brown stuff coming out of my vagina.

  1. 3MERG3NCY says:

    oviously bad … go see a doctor!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Orla C says:

    It’s part of your period, what are you worried about?

  3. david says:

    peeing out poop can not be good……….

  4. Missy says:

    Some of the blood and uterus lining doesn’t shed off during your period. It comes out later on as brown looking stuff. Old blood is brown. Does it smell like blood? If it smells like something else, go to your Gyno. I get that brown discharge before my period each month. Sometimes I get it a few days after my period is over. It’s common.

  5. MckyAttacky says:

    You know, there is an actual thing call a "Douche". It is expressly made for these situations.

  6. Laura says:

    um don’t douche. old blood is brown, and old blood and other period stuff that has been sitting in your body comes out brown. nothing to worry about.

  7. missknowalot says:

    What causes brown vaginal discharge?

    As uncommon as this is it may not be cause for great concern. Brown vaginal discharge is most often associated with old endometrial tissues. In other words, if your period is late you might get a brown, rather than red, discharge. It could also mean that for whatever reason during your last menses the entire uterine lining failed to make a timely exit. What you are seeing now is the fashionably late exit.

    In some cases however there is cause for concern. Brown vaginal discharge can also be a symptom of a medical concern that is much more sinister than leftover endometrial cells.

    Some common conditions causing brown vaginal discharge include: cervical cancer, Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID), perimenopause, menopause, or sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea, Chlamydia or vaginal warts.

    When Is It Serious?

    How are you supposed to know when this is no big deal, or possibly a really big deal? The purpose of this article is to educate and ease your mind not incite general panic. As with any medical concern it always best to visit with your doctor. If you are hesitant to make an appointment for what is obviously a personal issue, try calling your doctor?s office and talking your symptoms over with a nurse. This will help you to make up your mind whether or not you an appointment.

    If the brown vaginal discharge is a result of dysfunctional endometrial elimination your symptoms would likely be a later than usual period, if that.

    Each of the other conditions mentioned have much more noticeable symptoms of their own in addition to brown discharge. Just a few are: pain, discharge that is watery or yellowish, depression, vaginal dryness, pain with intercourse, frequent urination, infertility, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, burning, itching, rash, hot to touch, mouth ulcers, and loss of appetite.

    Find relief from brown discharge

    Certainly a visit with a qualified health care provider will provide much relief and a clear treatment course.

    If the cause of the brown vaginal discharge is simply old uterine cells, then the treatment may be simple life style suggestions such as better nutrition, regular exercise and drinking more water. If, however you discover the discharge is a result of another condition treatments will be aimed at curing that particular disease. For more detailed information study your diagnosis. A brief list of treatment options for other causes of brown vaginal discharge include: prescription medication, chemotherapy, surgery, dietary supplements, a pap smear and other medical testing and repeat visits to the doctor.

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