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  • Discharge During Pregnancy
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  • Brown Discharge

Types of Vaginal Discharge

Two types of vaginal discharge

Brown discharge during pregnancy is an important issue, widely discussed both at personal gynecological consultations and in Internet sources, which has its valid explanations. Pregnancy is an exciting and responsible period in woman’s life when being overcautious is better than staying careless. Learning more about the problem will help you to react timely to your condition if something goes wrong. Here we will talk in greater detail about the causes and consequences of brown discharge in future mothers. [click to continue…]

Two types of vaginal discharge

One of the most common complaints, for which women consult gynecologists is the increase of the discharge amount, appearance of an unpleasant smell and genital discomfort. The aggregate of these symptoms may be indicative to this or that pathology. White milky vaginal discharge may be quite normal, or else it can result from Candidiasis, Dysbacteriosis, Trichomoniasis, postmenopause or oncological diseases. Everything depends on the detailed analysis of the discharge. [click to continue…]

Bloody discharge is a weighty issue for lots of girls and women. Internet medical sources dazzle with anxious commentaries of women, who are eager to find out the cause of their discharge. The same occurs at female forums: active debates on the hot topic are an eloquent evidence of importance women attach to the problem. In online gynecological consultations vaginal bleeding of varied intensity is discussed practically every day. No wonder, the issue has a wide spectrum of nuances we will look into in the article. [click to continue…]

Watery vaginal discharge under different circumstances can be both a variant of norm and pathology. Today not every woman is aware of how her vaginal discharge is altering through menstrual cycle and which factors may cause vaginal secretions to change in its character. Getting acquainted with this important information along with looking into common pathological causes of watery discharge will help to prevent groundless worries or, on the contrary, get an assumption of what may be currently wrong with your reproductive health. [click to continue…]

Spotting before a woman’s period may indicate the development of a pathological process in the female reproductive system. It can rarely occur as a normal phenomenon. It should be borne in mind that red or brown vaginal discharge is not the only factor that should be paid attention to. The time of occurrence of the discharge, its smell, the woman’s age, physiological state and features of the woman’s sexual life are also important. [click to continue…]

Brown discharge instead of period often scares girls, forcing them to ask questions terrified and on forums anonymously or visit a doctor. However, such secretions are by themselves not a disease. They are either a symptom of disease or a consequence. However, it also happens that a brown discharge does not pose a danger to the woman’s life. Let’s go into details. [click to continue…]

Dark brown vaginal discharge appearing on a woman’s pad means that blood is released from the vagina, mixed with vaginal secretions. It is this color that is obtained when blood flows from the small vessel located not near the exit of the vagina but closer to the cervix. Another reason may be that blood remained for some time in the uterus, undergoing a chemical change, and then was released outside.

In any case, if the dark brown discharge from the vagina, even if not heavy, is accompanied by fever, abdominal pain, a feeling of unreality, loss of consciousness, and weakness, you need to urgently visit a gynecological hospital for examination and treatment. [click to continue…]

During the whole menstrual cycle, white discharge of various consistency and intensity secretes from the vagina. It is normally mucous, while the presence of any admixtures and unpleasant smell testifies to a certain disease. Apart from this, genital discomfort may also indicate to a pathology. We distinguish between the following types of anomalous vaginal discharge: creamy-like discharge with an unpleasant smell, curdy, foamy, watery, mucopurulent discharge, intermenstrual bleeding, blood with molecular bubbles. [click to continue…]

Green vaginal discharge may be caused due to a disease named trichomoniasis. This is sexually transmitted and both men and women may have this condition. However, symptoms of this disease can easily be detected in women more than in men. Once a woman is diagnosed with this disease, her male partner most likely has it as well and should be also treated. It is recommended that active sexual adults should engage in safe sexual practices so as to avoid this situation. [click to continue…]

Increased vaginal discharge can be caused by a few different things. This article will explain what some of those things are, and what a person can do about it. [click to continue…]