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Ovulation Discharge

Brown Discharge instead of Period

There may be various reasons for brown discharge instead of period, that may be caused by normal physiological changes which do not require any treatment as well as by serious complications like ovarian failure. [click to continue…]

White Discharge After Ovulation

Normally vaginal white discharge is pure white or creamy white in color. Though it is normal to have the discharge in the beginning or end of the menstrual cycle, the discharge in that case contains white flakes. The discharge is white in color and odorless in nature. However, in case of infection the discharge may become clumpy, smelly and thicker than normal. Hormonal variations in woman body are the ground source for cervical fluid changes during all running cycle. [click to continue…]

Brown Discharge after Ovulation

Ovulation usually takes place around 14 days after the menstrual period. A clear discharge is very widespread but a small bleeding may occur in this period of time. This blood may be brown in color. If this type of spotting occurs every month that may be an alarming sign which means that something is wrong and you must consult a doctor. [click to continue…]

Brown Discharge During Ovulation

There are cases when women experience brownish discharge or slight bleeding during ovulation. This is mostly an indicator of implantation bleeding. Some sort of changes in vaginal discharge during ovulation occur in all women, so it is nothing to worry about. However, if there is brown discharge, accompanied by vaginal irritation, or any other kind of discomfort, there is a possibility of an infection. In such situations, you should consult your gynecologist as soon as possible. Aldo around twenty percent of all pregnant women experience such a discharge during early pregnancy. Implantation bleeding is also nothing to be worried about it will last for only a couple of days. [click to continue…]

Vaginal Discharge During Ovulation

Vaginal discharge is a normal phenomenon occurring in every woman of reproductive age. Known as cervical mucus, it is produced by the glands in the vagina and cervix. The function of this vaginal discharge is to lubricate the vagina, and throw out dead cells and bacteria. Generally, a woman’s body produces about 3 to 4 milliliters of white vaginal discharge every day. Normally, vaginal discharge has no odor, though, slight odor may appear during different stage in the menstrual cycle. A number of factors like stress, birth control pills, breastfeeding, pregnancy, etc. also affect the color and consistency of vaginal discharge. [click to continue…]