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Pink Discharge before Period: Sure Sign of Implantation or a Reason to Visit a Doctor?

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Pink discharge before period can be a sign of your period. Many women experience them and don’t worry about their occurrence. In the very beginning of the period, the blood is pink and some women can think this is implantation bleeding.

Another reason for a pink discharge is a disease or infection in the reproductive organs of the body (fallopian tubes, vagina, uterus, ovaries). These diseases include cancer, inflammation, sexually transmitted diseases, etc.

Understanding Discharge

Knowledge about the discharging process, will help you to understand the reasons and frequency for its occurrence. This will help you to determine whether a pink discharge before your period is safe or not.

Every month the ovary releases the egg. If it is not fertilized by sperm, it breaks down, shedding blood. This blood is experienced by women as monthly periods. When the egg “finds” the sperm and fertilizes it, the process stops.

A fertilized egg then starts traveling to the uterus, where it implants itself in the lining and starts growing. The uterus lining is very rich in blood and nutrients and when the egg implants itself, it sheds blood. This shedding of blood is known as pink discharges before period.

Color and Quantity of The Discharge

Pink and brown are two colors of these discharges. Usually a woman has only one color of discharge. The colors are taken from the blood. Then why aren’t they red? This blood comes out of the vagina as a result of implantation. There it loses its newness and stays in the body for a definite period of time. It then passes out through the vagina. This is why implantation bleeding can change its color.

In normal conditions, if a woman has implantation bleeding, it is mere spotting and lasts for a few minutes up to two days. When the pink discharge before period is heavy and lasts for more than three days, implantation is not the reason. If this is implantation bleeding, it occurs about a week before the period. In the case that you are experiencing a pink discharge, mild cramping and pain in the lower abdomen, then you are pregnant.

However, it is important to remember that if you are under physical or emotional stress, taking contraceptives, suffering from extreme changes in body weight, then pink discharge before period is a also normal.

Do All Pregnant Women Experience Discharges?

The answer is no. Not all pregnant women experience spotting. They say that only a few do. If you experience spotting and the period doesn’t follow after a week or two and you need to know what it means, you should consult a doctor.

Spotting can be caused by other reasons that are not as pleasant as pregnancy. This is why it is very important to follow your menstrual cycle and to be aware of even the slightest changes in your body and the way you feel. If it seems that pink discharge before period is not normal for your body and it keeps bothering you, consult a professional to learn more.