Depending upon the rate of menstrual flow, your blood (and blood tissue) can appear red (if fast) or brown (if slow). The more time your body has to break up the blood, the slower the rate of flow, and the browner it will a
for your regular/expected period? Or was the timing off?
Menstrual discharge can differ based... all this stuff about STIs b/c that brownish grainy discharge might be a harbinger of an STI which could lead...
I assume you mean this most recent menstrual cycle stopped (not that you're in menopause). Unless there's a foul odor or pelvic pain, most likely this is due to a minor shift in your hormone balance or vaginal pH, and will r
It might be. Don't you just hate answers like that? Well, it depends (there I go again) on your periods. Is this the first period in a while? First brownish one? Or have you been having normal regular periods all along?
The duration of your menstrual cycle can vary, sometimes from cycle to cycle. Depending upon how much time you've retained your endometrial lining, it's color may vary from red (if flowing quickly) to brown (if flowing more
Cervical mucus is what sets the "enviroment" in your vaginal canal. Its perfectly alright that you are getting discharge- I wouldn't be surprised if you begin your first cycle fairly soon.
I would recommend...
I believe that usually the window is 72 hrs to take the morning after pill (I am assuming that is what you are referring to).
It will not work if you are already pregnant.
If you are late with your bleed then I would
Irregular bleeding can be a symptom of perimenopause, and can also be symptomatic of other more serious conditions. The next step you are already taking with the ultrasound, which will help rule out more serious problems. Yo