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dizzy spells and brown discharge?

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Ive had nausea during odd parts of the day...I notice when I first wake up, I feel like vomiting. Then, later on in the night shortly before I go to bed I feel the same way. I've had a few dizzy spells (which is completely abnormal for me) for the past week or so. I also had a brown discharge and it stopped after about a day. After it stopped, every time Ive used the bathroom for the past two days, after urination, I find that I have a slight mix of brown on my toilet paper. My urine does not stink and its not darker in color. I've been drinking lots of fluids as well, so I know that Im not dehydrated. What could be the cause?


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replied April 3rd, 2011
Menstruation Answer A21540
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
If you are sexually active and not on any forms of birth control measures, then your symptoms could be suggestive of possibility of pregnancy. The brown bleeding, spotting could be due to implantation bleed. Wait and watch for your periods. If you get delayed, or have abnormal periods, then consider getting a thorough evaluation done by your gynecologist to confirm/rule out pregnancy.
If the brown discharge/spotting is present only after intercourse, then it could be suggestive of vaginal or cervical infection, cervical erosion/dysplasia/polyps etc. A thorough examination, vaginal and PAP smear test done would help in confirming the cause.
Take care.



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