Causes of # Dark Brown Vaginal Discharge
A dark brown discharge usually is
implantation bleeding. The color can range from pink, red to light or dark brown. The discharge may last as long as three to four days.
During the process of the egg being
released it is not uncommon to experience a dark brown discharge or spotting. It will usually only last a few days.
Many women who are close to
menopause will experience a dark brown discharge in place of a normal menstrual flow.
;occurs when some of the uterine wall was not discharged during the menstrual cycle. It may occur just after the cycle ends or just before the next cycle begins. Because the blood is old, it becomes dark brown in color. short wears in white
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease(PID). PID is a more serious condition and requires a visit to the gynecologist. This disease happens when there
is an infection in the uterus lining, fallopian tubes, ovaries, cervix and/or the vagina. It is painful and can lead to pain during intercourse,
abdominal pain, and infertility if left untreated.
Cervical cancer is by far the most serious disease that is associated with a dark brown discharge. Cervical cancer is spread through the HPV virus (human papilloma virus.)Other symptoms of cervical cancer can
include loss of appetite, weight loss, leg pain, pelvic pain, and fatigue.