okay in oct i had light brown discharge with no period then in nov i had a light period not even enough for a pad... and then later on in nov i have had a light pinkish discharge sumbody please tell me what this mean i have no clue
The exact cause of your irregular spotting and brown discharge can be determined only after I examine you clinically. In early stages of pregnancy there may be discharge after the implantation of a fertilized egg into the uterine lining. Infections in the vagina, vaginal atrophy, cervical irritation, uterine polyps all can lead to brown discharge. Hormonal imbalances, ovulation disorders, thyroid hormone disorders are few other causes of spotting and irregular periods. A complete medical evaluation, investigations like pregnancy test, ultrasound, hormone profile and thyroid function tests may help. Do keep us posted.
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