It's still just menstrual fluid. This happens a day or so before you really start bleeding, and it tends to be brown at the end of your period. Older blood turns brown. Your period is more than blood. It's totally normal.
Brown simply means old blood. It's normal if your period is light.Blood that has mixed with discharge and taken time to leave your body can turn brown - just like blood from any other part of your body may go brown.
Brown discharge is spotting, it is small amounts of blood leaving your body but because they're taking time to leave the body it goes brown. This is normal towards the end of your period.
Dead blood cells!
No, having discharge doesn't mean your period is coming.You start getting discharge as you enter puberty - your first period will start within four years of starting puberty, but just having discharge isn't an indicator of your period coming any time soon. During your menstrual cycles discharge changes due to hormonal changes so you may notice fertile cervical mucus or heavier discharge as a sign your period is on it's way but if you're new to menstruation it may be hard to spot these changes. You may get pink or brown discharge leading up to your period too, this is called spotting, but you may not always see this.
Implantation bleeding is usually a little bit of spotting over 1 or 2 days, nothing like a period. Answer 1-3 days its just a little bit of blood you can get it in discharge as well. It can be brown/pink/red it can be stringy/thick mine was stringy pink blood in discharge which just happened once in a day. From Pink Princess
yes its normal , if your period is late you can have brown discharge also it happens after periods and it mean its cleaning out your vagina and old blood looks brown.
Its coming its just coming kinda late. Brown discharge is blood its just old blood which is why its brown. Its kinda like the beginning of your period when you have brown discharge, that is how mine starts.
That happend to me on my first i guessed it was just dry blood in my discharge
Brown discharge after menses is perfectly normal. As the flow of blood slows down it takes longer for it to expel from the body therefore turning brown becoming "old" blood.