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The Brown Discharge - Identifying the causes of unusually colored vaginal secretions

Vaginal health is of utmost importance. A standard factor in the vagina’s welfare is its pH balance, which is a measurement of acidity. The purpose of the vagina’s acidic nature is to serve as active protection against maladies such as yeast infections (the most common), vaginitis and/or vaginosis. Symptoms of such infections include inflammation, irregular odor, and discharge.
 
Since the vaginas pH is at its lowest level before and during a woman’s period, an increase of discharge during this time is normal. Clear discharge is a common sign of ovulation. When the optimal pH balance of the vagina is compromised, the resulting invading germs will be responsible for abnormal excretions.
 
Brown-colored discharge may be the result of any number of factors. For instance, during the vaginas natural cleaning, remnants of old blood and tissue left from menstruation will be expelled and appear brown. If brown discharge follows sexual intercourse, bleeding may have occurred during the act and has dried before leaving the body. Infections can be the cause of brown discharge, too, along with odor and even pain. Pelvic inflammatory disease, genital warts, gonorrhea and chlamydia may also lead to the brown secretions. Always check with your doctor to identify and treat such disorders before they get worse. Brownish bleeding following the delivery of a baby is normal, and like-colored bleeding or spotting between menstrual periods may be a potential side effect of the birth control pill.
 
Keeping the vagina, labia and clitoris clean will help prevent infection. Regular douching is helpful. The area between the anus and the vulva should especially be hygienic and kept dry, as this is where bacteria are most often spread. Also, natural herbal formulas such as the Botanical Tincture For Abnormal Vaginal Discharge are proven effective. They often utilize Phellodendron to combat the infections and fungal transmissions associated with the discharge. Dong Quai, a unique and powerful tonic that is often used to treat irregular menstruation, abdominal pain, constipation, and anemia, is also a common ingredient in these popular natural remedies.


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