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hey im having a bit of a scare, i had my period on the 15th of april and on the 27th of april for some reason i had a brown discharge for like 3 to 4 days then now i have a light greenish discharge, i did have sexual intercourse unprotected but he didnt cum in me, he pulled out, now im kinda cramping but im scared please help...

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Green! That is a major infection of some sort. You really need to have this checked out hon! SOMETIMES brown spotting can mean the implantaion of a fertilized egg into your womb. But the GREEN is a weird thing indeed. More than likely you have some sort of vaginal infection, I think you need a pap test, to rule out anything nasty like an STD. Also mention to your doctor (just in case) about having unprotected sex! Also is this the 1st time you had unprotected or is this the norm? If it's the 1st time you probably have an infection, if it is the norm, you need to be tested for STD'S Good luck hon!
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When green vaginal discharge is present, it may indicate other problems are present, such as cervical dysplasia caused by HPV. Unlike normal white cloudy or clear mucus-like flow from the vagina, this sort of secretions can indicate an infection and should make a woman consult a health care provider especially if the condition is accompanied by itching and skin irritation in the genitals. When green vaginal discharge is present, it may indicate other problems are present, such as cervical dysplasia caused by HPV.

Such gland secretions may stem from trichomoniasis, an infection caused by one-cell organism that is usually transmitted during a sexual intercourse. Due to the ability of this organism to survive in wet environment for about 24 hours, it can be acquired by using the same towel as an affected person. When green vaginal discharge is present, it may indicate other problems are present, such as cervical dysplasia caused by HPV.

Get checked out as soon as possible!
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