Brown Discharge in Early Pregnancy
The vaginal discharge that a woman might see in her underwear or when she wipes herself after urinating ranges in color from pinkish brown to milky white. The discharge comes as a sign of early pregnancy and is caused by the increased estrogen level and increased flow of blood towards vagina. It could appear as the woman is bleeding. It specially comes around the days when menstrual cycle begins.
The vaginal discharge that you might see in your underwear or when you wipe yourself after urinating could range in color from milky white to pinkish-brown. It is caused by the increase in your estrogen levels and more blood flow to your vagina. It could look like you are spotting especially if you see it around the time your normal menstrual cycle would begin. The pinkish brown color is a little bit of blood that could be left over from your previous menstrual cycle and is nothing to become alarmed about.
Every woman does not experience this type of discharge. So if this discharge is not noticed then it does not mean that the woman is not pregnant. There are chances that the woman is pregnant and do not have this sign of pregnancy. The sure way of determining your pregnancy is by visiting doctor.
Both vaginitis and vaginal yeast infections can be treated by your physician, if you have this condition. Other symptoms, pregnant women, may experience, along with sharp vaginal pain, are common, as well. Some women may experience itching and burning of the vaginal area. These symptoms are easily treated by the use of topical creams. Many of these creams, can be purchased, over-the-counter.