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uterine prolapse, cytocyle and rectocyle cause discharge?

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I have a brownish discharge at the beginning of my period but my period doesn't seem much like a period and when I put in a tampom there is only discharge around the string area. I have a uterine prolapse, cytocyle and rectocyle I didn't know if these conditions could be the cause of my weird period or discharge .

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replied May 18th, 2011
Menstruation Answer A23081
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The brown discharge and altered periods could be suggestive of infection. The presence of uterine prolapsed, cystocele and rectocele make you more prone for infections. You should consider being in regular follow-up with your treating gynecologist/obstetrician. A vaginal swab/smear test done will help to identify the infective agent.
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