In Need of Answers – She Questions the Abnormal Discharge and Menstrual Cycle Now Afflicting Her

She suffers from reddish-brown discharge and irregular bleeding. Both problems have prompted her concern, and she now wonders if something is seriously wrong with her body. An herbal tincture will set her system straight and alleviate her unpleasant vaginal discharge.

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Hello. I’m not sure if you remember me, but I inquired about reddish-brown vaginal discharge. That has passed, but I have still not started my period, and this was about one to two weeks ago. Could there be any sort of problems occurring?


Vaginal discharge is probably one of the most undesired of all female traits. It can cause undue alarm and embarrassment for those who don’t recognize it, and who do recognize it dislike it. The first thing you should know is that some discharge, particularly when it’s clear or milky-white, is necessary to maintain the vagina’s sound health. It’s a cleansing agent as well as a lubricant, meaning it serves a crucial purpose to the body.
Explaining Abnormal Vaginal Discharge
Reddish-brown discharge, however, suggests a hormonal imbalance. Hormones regulate a host of functions in the body, and estrogen and progesterone in particular help regulate reproductive functions. Both are responsible for the endometrium lining that grows each month to support a growing embryo. If a woman doesn’t get pregnant, hormone levels drop and the lining is shed during menstruation.
An imbalance in either estrogen or progesterone can cause the lining to change in consistency. Without enough estrogen, the lining doesn’t thicken and remain in the uterus until the end of the menstrual cycle. It instead becomes thin and watery, and the body can expel it at any time because it is so loose.
Progesterone and Irregular Periods
The other component of your discharge is progesterone. This chemical increases after ovulation and prompts the uterine lining to produce proteins to nourish an embryo. After ovulation, progesterone levels drop and encourage menstruation. The lining is shed with bleeding, and once it’s completely expelled from the body, a new menstrual cycle begins.
Progesterone deficiency causes irregular periods so that you can never gauge when you’ll bleed. Your menstrual cycle may thus be shortened from the standard 28 days to just 14 days. The vaginal discharge you experience is therefore a combination of a thin uterine lining and irregular menstruation, both caused by hormonal imbalances.
Causes of Hormonal Imbalances
One of the most common culprits of hormonal imbalance is birth control. This medication contains synthetic blends of both estrogen and progesterone that are treated by the body as natural hormones. They thus prompt the same functions as estrogen and progesterone.
Adding these chemicals to your system can overload and fatigue the liver. That organ is responsible for metabolizing most hormones and sending them where they need to go within the body. But the liver cannot keep pace with an abundance of chemicals and natural hormones. In response, estrogen and progesterone accumulate in the body and wreak havoc on the reproductive system.
Estrogen levels naturally decline with age, but that doesn’t mean you have to hit middle-age in order to experience this phenomenon. This chemical can start to decline as early as a woman’s teens. Because estrogen and progesterone balance each other within the body, a drop in the former means the latter also becomes imbalanced. This is just one more way in which hormones can fluctuate and cause irregular bleeding.
Get to the Root of the Problem
You must work from within your body to stop the vaginal discharge. This means getting to the root of the problem, which can be hard to do without knowing the exact cause. In this instance, it’s best to take a botanical tincture that incorporates the healing powers of multiple herbs.
Alcohol serves as the base of a tincture. It harnesses and concentrates the medicinal properties of herbs to create a potent and restorative beverage. (SEE: Abnormal Vaginal Discharge Relief Tincture) Ingredients like White Peony and Huang Bai stop irregular menstruation and also help balance hormones. Your discharge will effectively cease, and your body will return to its normal functions.

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