Period blood isn’t always red, and that isn’t necessarily a cause for concern.
“Blood oxidizes when it is exposed to air over a long period which makes it appear brown,”
“Light pink blood usually indicates a lighter bleed and may appear pink in colour at the beginning or end of your period, a lighter shade of pink can also be the result of period blood mixing with the cervical fluid.
However, if your period is showing up as a yellow or green discharge, you may have to checkup with a doctor.
“A yellow or green discharge, especially when it’s thick, chunky, or accompanied by an unpleasant odour,” “should be looked at by a healthcare provider to rule out any infections or sexually transmitted diseases.
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