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Brown Mucus Discharge

Brown Mucus Discharge

Every woman experiences discharge from time to time. However, there are differences between one type of discharge and another. Several factors determine whether or not you should be concerned about your discharge. The color, texture, and odor play a pivotal role in identifying what type of discharge you’re experiencing.

One of the more concerning types of discharge, is dark discharge. Yellowish discharge is another symptom that causes concern in many women. Here is what you need to know about each type and what the cause might be.

 

Causes of Dark Discharge

Dark or brown discharge is common for many women. Typically occurring around the time of a woman’s menstrual period, dark brown discharge is often mixed in with fresh blood and is often simply dried blood passing through the body.

In addition to menstrual discharge, dark discharge can also be a sign of the following physical conditions:

• Ovulation. In some women, ovulation causes bleeding once the egg has been released. This fresh blood can mix in with natural vaginal discharge and mucus, effectively turning your discharge brown.

• Perimenopause. As a woman’s body moves towards menopause, hormonal changes begin to occur in the body. It is far from uncommon for women to experience brown, red, or pink discharge as hormones fluctuate in the body.

• Disease. Some diseases cause a dark discharge. These include bacterial vaginosis, cervical cancer, and a handful of STD.

In cases where your discharge is accompanied by a foul-smelling odor, it is critical for you to see a doctor. This could be caused by a more serious problem that needs to be treated right away.

 

Causes of Yellowish Discharge

Yellowish discharge is a more concerning type discharge than dark discharge. If accompanied by a foul-smelling odor, yellowish discharge can in fact be a sign of a serious problem or even a vaginal infection. Other causes include yeast infections, bacterial vaginosis, and pelvic inflammatory disease.

 

What to Do if You Have Discharge

If you’re suffering from a yellowish or dark discharge, you’re far from alone. An examination is essential to rule out serious disease or infections. However, in most cases, these types of discharge are nothing to be concerned about. Our recommendation is to see a doctor if any discharge is accompanied by an unpleasant odor.

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