Do you discharge before or after your menstrual cycle
A:You discharge at the end of your menstrual cycle - your body gets rid of endometrium and some blood comes along with it. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/do-you-discharge-before-or-after-your-menstrual-cycle ]
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- What can it mean if discharge is brownish right before, and after...?
- A brownish discharge is normal before or after your period. It is extra mucus that is produced and discharged. ChaCha!
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