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 why does a woman have brown discharge

why does a woman have brown discharge

It can be disconcerting to notice brown vaginal discharge in your underwear or when you wipe. You re probably used to your cervical mucus changing consistency throughout your cycle, from white and creamy to clear and stretchy. But brown discharge can catch you off guard, especially if you re not on your period. The good news is that in the vast majority of cases, brown discharge is normal and nothing to worry about. What is Brown Discharge? Brown discharge is cervical mucus that is tinged with old blood. As blood ages in the body, it turns brown (fresh blood is bright red). What Causes Brown Discharge? Sometimes your period can start or end with a few days of brown discharge. This is perfectly normal and nothing to be concerned about. Pink or brown discharge can be an. In the beginning of

 why do parts of my body twitch

why do parts of my body twitch

Hepatorenal syndrome (HRS) is a type of progressive kidney failure seen in people with severe liver damage, most often caused by. As the kidneys stop functioning, toxins begin to build up in the body. Eventually, this leads to liver failure. There are two forms of HRS. Type 1 HRS is associated with rapid kidney failure and an overproduction of creatinine. ...

 why does my car sputter when i hit the gas

why does my car sputter when i hit the gas

Leak in Exhaust Manifold: A leak in the exhaust manifold, which collects exhaust gases, can cause the engine to sputter or run unevenly. This condition can also cause the Check Engine light to trigger as well as present increased engine noise and poor performance from the engine. A cracked or leaking exhaust manifold can create dangerous driving condition as the escaping hot gases can melt nearby plastic components. It can also lead to exhaust fumes making their way into the car cabin. Worn Seals or Gaskets: There are a number of gaskets and seals in the exhaust system and if any of them are failing it can create a rough or sputtering engine. Gaskets and seals wear down over time and will eventually have to be replaced. Failing to do this in a timely manner can damage the exhaust manifold

 why do you have a middle name

why do you have a middle name

We use our middle names when filling out official documents, coming up with a new email or username, and when we write our initials on something. But other than that we donБt use them on a daily basis, so why do we even have middle names in the first place? Some people might answer, БItБs so my mom has three names to yell at me so I know IБm in trouble. Б But there is actual history behind it, and it dates back to ancient Rome. Many Romans had three names, a praenomen, which was a personal name, a nomen, which was a family name, and a cognomen, which indicated what branch of family you were from. The more names you had the more respected you were by others. Women only had two names, and slaves typically had one. An example you may be familiar with, Gaius Julius Caesar. This tradition of

 why do we get ridges in your fingernails

why do we get ridges in your fingernails

Fingernails are made by living skin cells in your fingers. So a skin condition such as may lead to fingernail ridges. can also cause these ridges. If your body is low in protein, or vitamin A, a deficiency can sometimes be revealed by ridges in your fingernails. Vertical ridges are furrows that run from the tip of your fingernail down to the cuticle. They are sometimes called longitudinal striations or bands. Slight vertical ridges in fingernails often develop in older adults, possibly due to a slowing of cell turnover. This is when new skin cells produced below the surface of your skin rise up to take the place of dead cells that are discarded from the surface. If you experience other symptoms like color or texture changes in your nails, it may be caused by a medical condition. ...

 why does my cat follow me from room to room

why does my cat follow me from room to room

Play time is very important for cats, especially if it involves chasing and catching prey. An outdoor cat is able to hunt several prey a day, not necessarily to feed them, but for fun. This is purly dictated by the hunter instinct. Of course, this situation changes when you have a cat that does not have access to the outside, but the cat inevitably still requires the stimulation that includes persecution - this instinct does not end, even if all their needs are covered. Therefore, it is common for a cat that does not have the stimuli to release energy to try and that approach a window. Or, they may even chase you around the house, and even stalk you from some corner, waiting to "attack" your legs, for example. Through this behavior they are not only obeying their instinct, but also

 why do you dress me in borrowed robes macbeth

why do you dress me in borrowed robes macbeth

Macbeth has been thinking about becoming king of Scotland even before the play opens. He has been discussing the subject with his wife, as can be seen in some of their dialogue. Then the Three Witches hail him as Thane of Cawdor and predict that he shall be king hereafter. Note that they do not tell him that he "shall" be Thane of Cawdor but address him as already possessing that title. This shows supernatural knowledge, since King Duncan has declared Macbeth the Thane of Cawdor only a very short time earlier. When Macbeth is informed by those who greet him that he actually is the Thane of Cawdor, Macbeth shows a strong reaction. ...

 why do we have an easter bunny and eggs

why do we have an easter bunny and eggs

The hare was a popular motif in medieval church art. In ancient times, it was widely believed (as by, and ) that the hare was a. The idea that a hare could reproduce without loss of led to an association with the, with hares sometimes occurring in and paintings of the Virgin and. It may also have been associated with the, as in the motif. Eggs, like rabbits and, are of. Since lay eggs and rabbits and hares give birth to large litters in the early spring, these became symbols of the rising fertility of the earth at the. Rabbits and hares are both prolific breeders. Female hares can conceive a second litter of offspring while still pregnant with the first. This phenomenon is known as. mature sexually at an early age and can give birth to several litters a year (hence the saying, "to breed

 why does curd set faster in summer than in winter

why does curd set faster in summer than in winter

The curd is formed by the division of the bacteria Lactobacillus in it. When small amount of curd is added to warm milk, the bacteria in the curd divides to convert the rest of the milk also into the curd. But curd sets faster in summer because microbial division rate is high in hot climate than in winters. Because of the same reason that the microbial activity is high in summers, more lactic acid is produced by the bacteria in summers at a great rate, the curd turns sour faster in summers than in winters. It is all about the tilt of the Earth's axis. ...

 why do you decorate your christmas tree

why do you decorate your christmas tree

People putting up Christmas trees can be traced back to the 1500s in eastern Europe. The first recorded tree put up for Christmas can found in 1510 in Latvia and 1521 in Slovakia, according to the Christianity Today website. However, the tradition of putting trees in homes during wintertime and not just Christmas goes back even further to the pagan times. Here is everything you need to know. Why do we have Christmas trees? Using thePgreen leaves of an evergreen tree to decorate homes during wintertime started as aPPagan tradition, designed as a symbol of life amid the dark, cold winter nights. The traditionPdates back to the Roman times with them doing so usually around their New Year celebrations. PPeople in northern Europe did something similar although many placed the branches in boxes