Mackenzie answered Friday July 15 2005, 8:37 pm: It just means it's been sitting there a while, Hun. This is a sign that you should probably change it more frequently. It's no big deal though, there's nothing wrong with it, and it's pertfectly healthy. :) [ Mackenzie's advice column | Ask Mackenzie A Question ]
IndieKidsCanRock answered Friday July 15 2005, 8:32 pm: ♥Nothing. Blood starts out red, and as it gets older it browns. If you see brown blood it just means it's blood that has been there for a while, also, your blood will start to turn brown towards the end of your cycle. If you see brown blood in a pad, you should change your pad a more often. No worries. [ IndieKidsCanRock's advice column | Ask IndieKidsCanRock A Question ]
Siren_Cytherea answered Friday July 15 2005, 8:22 pm: Old blood turns brown - it's just old. Either your cycle is ending, or at the very beginning. It can be brown if your period is light. When there's heavier bleeding it's usually red, and lighter could be pink or brown.
But anyway, you have nothing to worry about. It's totally normal.
Hope this helps!
-Siren =) [ Siren_Cytherea's advice column | Ask Siren_Cytherea A Question ]
cheergirl answered Friday July 15 2005, 8:10 pm: well i never have had it happened to me but i would go to the doctor and see about it maybe you have started too early!!!!!!
you just never know really i want to help you i just really dont know but i would go to doctor
and have it checked out okay i hoped i help you a little
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