Very dark brown discharge after period

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At the end of my period i noticed a very dark brown discharge that i never seen before. Has any of you ladies had this ? is this normal

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    Yes. It's old blood. This will happen, you may even get brown stringy type of spotting at different times. It was the start of it for me. Completely normal.

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    yes i have had this before and like suzanne describes too

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    That has been my normal forever

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    Yep and i agree it's old blood... I had this for quite a while towards the end of my periods. . xx

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    yep, old blood ...

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    You may also find that you have very heavy periods and I mean very heavy .

    I had no problem with my period till the last three years, they are hard to live

    with but just think there is light at the end of the tunnel.

    Hope you feel better soon.....

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    Very normal. The last year of periods for me always that grody end but now periods have ended. Also, the last 5 years, they were so heavy I could barely leave the house on the first day. Good riddens.

    Hang in there. They will get better.

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    Yes i had same dear..its normal in peri i guess.

    ur not alone

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    Thank you wonderful ladies for your replys. It really helps in time of confusion. Have a blessed day all of you. God bless

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