Every woman experiences discharge of all types, and no single woman has the same type of discharge, it's different for everyone. However, if you've noticed some change, then it's always best to go and get it checked out by a medical professional. Feel free to have a look to get a rough idea as to what your discharge could mean and what it's telling you.
Before I get started, let me familiarise you all with endometriosis and how it affects you. Endometriosis is where tissues that are very similar to the womb are found growing in other places such as the ovaries or fallopian tubes. It can affect women of any age; I was only 18 when symptoms started and almost 20 when I was finally diagnosed.
The stories of urban legends have been floating around for many years, often without a verifiable source with them. However, they do highlight our deepest, darkest fears that have gone back centuries within the course of human nature.