Welcome and thanks for your question,if you have been seeing this brown on the toilet paper for some time ,even if it is from time to time,it would be recommendable to see your doctor to be 100 % sure there is not an underlying medical condition involved .
There are several conditions which could produce these symptoms including pelvic inflammation,yeast ,chlamydia,trichomona,candida or bacterial vaginal infection ,cervix inflammation, internal uterine masses or polyps, glomerular inflammation or kidney basal membrane inflammation( the glomeruli is the main structural and functional unit of the kidneys ),endometrial tissue lining alterations( the endometrium is the membrane that covers the internal uterine walls),liver inflammation or viral infections.
Your doctor will need to perform some tests including an urinalysis, liver function tests , urine tests, a Pap smear and a pelvic ultrasound to determine if any of these conditions is involved or if this is something occasional and nothing to be worried about .
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well i am absolutley positive it isnt chlamydia, but will make an appointmentas soon as i can to rule out anything else