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ChikyCHickChick
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my boyfriend recently fingered me and when i went to the bathroom i discovered all this brown stuff in my underwaer..and i didn tlike poo in my pants or anything cause it was where my period hole is..but it isnt my time of the month or its not the end of my period..and its a lite brown colored and it doesnt smell like anything..i figured it would go away..but hwen i woke up this mornign its still coming out..and its brown..is this normal..did somethign go wrong? ..am i healthy..im afraid to see the doctor and tell him taht my byfrined finrged me im not dont aht no matter wat..do u know wat it could be or wat i should do? im very nervous and scared..thank you|


i dont knwo how to add another reply under the person who replied..but im positive its not my period my period has been on schedule the whoel year...and im sure its not my period..and im defeintely not tellin gmy mother..and it doesnt look like blood at all it looks like crap but its not..i didnt go for my phsicial yet and im afraid of a pap..and im defeintely not tellin my mom..anything i can do msyelf?

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LilBlueSmurf
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Please remember that during the first 3-5 years of your cycle, your periods may not always come when they're supposed to. Your bf may also have torn your hymen a little and caused a bit of bleeding. Since you don't know what it is, do NOT use tampons.

Also, none of us here are doctors and we can't examine you. A good doctor isn't going to judge you. Have you had your annual physical and PAP test this year? If not, now would be an excellent time. My suggestion would be to wait another day or so, and then head to the doctor so he can tell you whats going on.

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Gumdrop Girl
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like hollie said, it's not like we can examine you right now. but from what you describe, it sounds like your lining was a little scraped up when he put his fingers in you. this is pretty common and can be avoided if he uses rubber gloves and lube next time around.

thing is, your vagina is lined with tissue similar to the stuff in your cheeks. it scrapes easily, but it also heals up easily. and the stuff in your knickers is just a little bit of blood. it's brown because it's a little clotted and dried (dried as much as you can get in a damp place like you vagina).

there is a possibility i am **WRONG**. if this brown discharge continues for more than a day, then I am probably *WRONG* and you need to check with a doc.

but if i'm right, then you go to your local drugstore, Target, WalMart, Kmart whatever and buy a box of rubber gloves and some lube. Even KY Jelly would suffice. Better that than any scary splotches in your drawers.

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