This might be a little to personal but I don't know if this is "normal". I have been having a clear discharcge for about a month and just today it has turned brown ?? is this bad ? should i be worried ? I had a cyst rupture about two weeks ago and have several simple cysts on my r ovary still...I was just wondering if this is something that is a normal sideffect . Thanks for all your help! God Bless
Clear discharge is normal. The brownish tint in the discharge is "old" blood. If there is only a small amount, and this type of bloody discharge does not last long, then it is possibly due to some type of cyst rupture, and it could be from a cyst in the cervical canal or vaginal area too. If the discharge persists *AND/OR* is heavy *AND/OR* has a foul odor, then contact your doctor, and do it soon.
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