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Forum Name: Gynecology
Question: Dark Vaginal Discharge
|ScaredTeen - Wed Oct 26, 2005 5:19 pm|
A few days ago I noticed a little bit of brown diahrea-like discharge either when I wipe or in my underwear. It's not constant but it comes at least once a day. l also have been having cramp like feelings and my period should be comming any day now. I've only been sexually active with one person and the same goes for them. I haven't had sex for about 2 weeks now and I'm really scared that I could be pregnant but we use condoms all the time. I'm also not on any kind of birth control. I've never been to a gyn and I'm terrified to go get it checked out. Please tell me what's going on.
|Shana Johnson, CNA - Wed Oct 26, 2005 7:42 pm|
If you period should be comming any day now, then what your probably seeing is the start of you period. The red blood should start soon.
|vkn - Mon Oct 31, 2005 2:01 am|
[[size=18]b]3 days ago I noticed a dark vaginal discharge. It increases each day,but it is not heavy. I had minor cramping 2 times. I am not due for my period (it started 10/20/05). My last period was nomal. There is no oder. I have 3 children the youngest 5 months. I'm not taking birth control at this time. I do get a lot of yeast infections,(I don't know if this is related in any way). Please tell me what you think this might be,I am worried.
Thank You, :oops:
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