Don't worry it's just old blood
(should be getting red in couple of days)
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.
it means that the blood is either old
Totally normal. If you notice when you first start your period it is bright red, and then towards the end of your period, it's brown. Brown blood=old blood, it just means its older! you will be alright!
When you start your period if you have brown, old blood first you count those days as the first day of your 28 day menstrual cycle. You do not have to start counting day one when the blood is red.
Reddish-brown. Before that you might see a whtish residue.
The brown stuff is known as 'spotting' it is just blood mixing with discharge, it turns brown when it comes in contact with air. This is just the start of your period, you can also get it at other times such as at the end of your period or around ovulation.
It is perfectly normal to start your period weeks early and its dark brown. You mostly start with dark brown when you start your period and it turns red.
Getting on and off brown spots basically means that you're going to get your period very soon, and it is a sign and is called 'spotting' its basically like your vagina is telling you "Im going to start spitting blood out very soon"
Sounds like smear blood. You might or might not be pregnant. Better have a proper test made.
This is not a question. If you are worried talk to a doctor
Girls can possibly start there period when there 11 or 12. That's a phrase of puberty or a process of " dirty " blood to process out of you body. I'm 11 and I started my period Happens 1 or 2 times a month To me 2 time happens
I would suggest that you either have an STD or you are not producing enough hormones to develop a uterine lining. If your body is not switching on the hormones, you are continuously shedding the lining you are building. Brown usually means "old blood". Go and see a doctor.