If you are not currently on your period but you experience bloody vaginal discharge instead, you need to consult your doctor immediately and see what may be causing this. Keep reading to find out whether or not you identify with any of the situations described below. The most common occurrence of bloody vaginal discharge is during the last day of your period, and one or two days after it stops. This type of discharge usually appears brownish in color, with odor and has a relatively thick consistency that resembles raw egg whites. It occurs as a result of your vagina expelling blood remnants from your period along with your normal discharge.