You should first take a pregnancy test. You didn't give an age so that makes it tough. It could be the start of menopause if your older or it could be begining stages of pregnancy. It is normal to have brown spotting and even some blood in begining stages of pregnancy. This is caused by the implanting of the fertilized egg on the side of the uterus. It causes some of the tissue to break lose and bleed. Some of this blood stays in the uterus and comes out later which is where the brown spotting comes in. Brown spotting is old blood.
That means your having triplets.
Spotting is OK But anything dark red and very blood can be cause for concern. If you are having a lot of blood and a lot of cramping you should probably go see your doctor asap!
why am i bleeding heavy and having blood clots ? i even bleed thourgh my tapons
This is spotting, it's light bleeding that has mixed with your discharge. This can occur at the start of end of your period, or it may be spotting for another reason such as ovulation spotting.
brown spotting is just what is sounds like. old blood is brown. spotting describes the result of drops of blood on a surface. thus, old blood drops=brown spotting.
This is just normal spotting. Spotting is when small amounts of blood mix with discharge, dark brown just means the blood is taking time to leave the body and thus is going brown. There's no reason to think that this is anything unusual.
There are many reasons that you could be spotting. You should make an appointment with your doctor and have blood work done.
It could be impantation spotting. If you had sex within a day of the spotting starting it could be from the cervix. However if it is changing to red you need to go to see a doctor asap, and make sure your not having a miscarriage. When I was first pregnant with my baby I had spotting without sex and it was from implantation but it was brown blood which is old blood. Red blood is fresh blood!! Good luck.
Discharge can mean many things, but in the healthcare field, when used in conjunction with the term spotting, it usually refers to vaginal discharge and spotting. This means to find fluids or substance coming from the vagina that differ from the usual in amount, smell, appearance, thickness, color, etc. Spotting usually refers to small amounts of blood--bright red or darker as in dried blood.
If Father and mother both are having B positive blood group and the children are having AB positive and A positive Please comment?
menstrual period is the monthly blood circulation of girls while spotting are the release of the blood when you are pregnant
You can still be pregnant even though you are spotting and loosing blood clots.
Having blood in your pee can suggest a kidney infection or a urine-intact infection. you should get it checked out by a doctor.
You are very possible to be pregnant. The best thing to do is go get a blood test, urine tests are not 100% right, blood tests are. Plus if you are pregnant, it would be best for the doctor to know and see why there was blood spotting.
no it is not normal
If the spotting is brown blood then this is simply left over blood from your period.
Spotting is the spillage of blood from the vagina not a period. And cramps are the uterus contracting so blood could come out... what we call a period.
Probably not. Spotting is normal, heavy bleeding like a period is not. If you are worried, you should see your doctor for peace of mind.
Very common. Brown blood is old blood and should not be too concerning. If you begin spotting red blood or experience cramping you should contact your OB.
A heavy bleed sounds like a miscarriage. See your doctor.
Spotting is just that...period blood that isn't a full on flow. There will little bits here and there.
brown "spotting" or pink "spotting" is a sign of fresh or dried blood from where your fertilized egg burrows into your uterine wall.
if you are more than a week late and your having brown spotting like old dry blood. take a test and contact your Gyn. Most of the time this is called implantation bleeding
your blood is naturally blue but because of the oxygen it becomes red when it leaves your body