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www.checkpregnancy.com/brown-discharge

In some cases, dark brown discharge is one of the first signs of pregnancy that women notice. If you're expecting your period, but all you're passing is dark ...

www.whattoexpect.com/preconception/brown-discharge-instead-period

Sep 22, 2014 ... Do you have brown discharge? Here's why it happens — including when it could be implantation bleeding — and when to see your doctor.

www.women-info.com/en/dark-brown-discharge

Not all cases of dark brown discharge are cause for concern. Dark brown vaginal discharge is most often associated with old endometrial tissues.

www.healthline.com/health/womens-health/why-is-my-period-brown

Jul 21, 2016 ... So when you spot something abnormal, such as brown discharge or dark brown blood, you may be concerned. Every woman experiences ...

mygynecologist.net/brown-stringy-discharge-6-possible-causes

Brown stringy discharge is presence of old blood in vaginal secretions. ... Women usually have brown secretions of lighter or darker shades at the end of their ...

mygynecologist.net/main-causes-of-black-vaginal-discharge

If the black vaginal discharge is continuous and the menstrual period is delayed, such secretions could appear due to the implantation process. Dark brown or ...

www.babycenter.com/400_brown-discharge-at-time-period-was-due-no-period-negative-te_2385666_526.bc

Dec 13, 2007 ... I kept having this brown discharge (no period, no cramps) for the next .... all dark brown/old blood (as it was taking sooo long for the period to ...

blog.ayda.co/bleeding-and-discharge/brown-discharge-before-period

Any brown discharge is always going to be concerning, it can be perfectly ... before actual bleeding occurs, which may appear darker or brownish in color.

www.md-health.com/Brown-Vaginal-Discharge.html

Most brown discharges from vagina are harmless. Light brown discharges usually go away on their own, dark ones can be more serious and should be checked ...