MUST READ: The Color of Your Menstrual Blood Could Reveal Something About Your Health

These might be one of the few things many women don't notice everytime they will have their menstruation. The color of the blood actually varies and it has something to reveal about your general health status. 

Some color is normal while some is indicative to something serious. Know what is the meaning within the color of your menstrual blood:


The red color of the blood is quite normal, particularly in the middle of the cycle. But if the color doesn’t face, and it bleeds more than the usual, it may be a sign of impulsive miscarriage or, at worst, the presence of tumor.


This kind of blood flow is very easy to notice and it usually happens after a busy day when the blood quickly runs out of the body without even having time to be darkened. You don’t have to worry, it’s just normal. The problems only happen when the bleeding lasts longer than a week, and the blood turns to pinkish and when it doesn’t fades.


Pink blood can actually be notice in a menstrual cycle. But if it happens earlier, for instance, in the middle of the cycle, it may be a sign of early pregnancy, a hormonal disorder or other diseases of the reproductive organs, so it is the best to visit your gynecologist.


This color is very uncommon when it comes to menstruation and it only indicates any kind of infection. With this color frequently goes with odor, a sign that you have to visit your gynecologist as soon as possible. This color is noticed when the blood is combined with fluids from the cervix.


This kind of blood has long been in the uterus and is commonly seen early in the morning. Even though it may sound bad, brown or black blood is an old blood backward not expired, but for some reason, they have remained longer in the womb. You can actually notice it when you CASS menstruation few days. In general, it can be said as a normal one, but if you notice beside of it a yellowish color of blood, it can actually be a sign of an infection.

Source: Read and Digest
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