Ovulation

After a light to normal period you are on day 9 and have been spotting for the last 2 days this is too early for ovulation spotting don't you think What could it be?

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2007-09-12 23:57:26
2007-09-12 23:57:26

Get a pregnancy test and find out if you are pregant. Otherwise light spotting not unusual. Spotting large clots is unusual, see your doc. I AM NOT A DOCTOR, JUST A WOMAN WHO OVULATES.

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Depending on when you're spotting and how much you're spotting. It could just be from ovulation or hormone fluctuations, or it could be a sign of infection or even pregnancy. But it's not generally normal.


It could be ovulation spotting, a light period or implantation bleeding


It could be ovulation or your period coming back. It's usually not normal for a few months after.



Spotting occurring about 2 weeks after your period could simply be the spotting that sometimes occurs with ovulation.


Well, implantation spotting usually occurs a week after ovulation or a week before your period. Considering it


It be ovulation spotting which i know nothing about telling you the truth or It could be Implantation bleeding


I really do not know. However, it sounds like it could be ovulation spotting. That would be about 12 - 16 days after the FIRST day of your last period. If that is the case, it is normal and should not be a cause for concern. If this continues again next month and NOT in conjunction with ovulation, you may want to talk to your doctor.


More likely that you were ovulating. A lot of when spot during ovulation and ovulation usually occurs 2 weeks after your last period


It is probably due to ovulation (releasing an egg). Many women spot during ovulation. However, if there's a chance you could be pregnant, then it could be caused by that. Particularly if you don't get your period. If you don't get your period, take a pregnancy test.


It could be ovulation, some women have spotting when they ovulate. Or it could be the bleeding of implantation of the fertilized egg which occurs 5-7 days after ovulation. If you stop having any bleeding and have nausea and/or breast tenderness, then you are probably pregnant. If the irregular bleeding persists, see your doctor.


spotting is normal for many females. there could be a variety of reasons.. if it doesnt continue i wouldnt worry about it


It is more likely to be ovulation (an egg being released) as many women get spotting during this time


Hi there, usually if you have spotting before your period or roughly the same time, it could be a sign of implantation bleeding as this can happen anywhere between 6+ days after ovulation, since you have indicated that you are spotting after your expected period it could either be a very very light period and that you could be pregnant or it is the start of your period. Good luck and hope this helps. PS if you have missed your period now would be a good time to test!!


If u have light spotting instead of my period what could it be?


This could be left over blood from your period, pregnancy related or caused by a UTI.


It is most likely that this is ovulation bleeding which generally occurs 2 weeks after period ended. However, if there is a chance that you could be pregnant, take a test if you miss your period


Spotting does not always mean you are pregnant. Many women spot during ovulation (releasing an egg) as well. Ovulation normally occurs around 2 weeks after your last period. Also, it could just be because you have old blood left over from your last period that is coming out now


If your period is one day late and the next day you have light spotting, it could be the beginning of your period. It is quite normal for the first couple of days of your period to be light.


it could implantation spotting if youv had unprotected sex and do noy get a normal period id recommend you take a pregnancy test


Some women experience some spotting at ovulation. If you had unprotected sex in the days leading up to the 14th day, you could be pregnant. Have a test done if your period doesn't come or you had unprotected sex and are worried.


you have to chart your period it is about 14 days before your next period if you have a normal cycle if you dont have a normal cycle you could use an ovulation kit to see when you are fertile.


It could still be your period. When I was 18 I got my normal period,then started spotting a few days after.(that had never happened before) Turns out,I was pregnant.So,it's either still your period,or you're pregnant.


Because of ovulation, which is when you release an egg. Many women spot during ovulation. It could also be because you have old blood left over from your last period in your uterus and birth canal and it is just coming out very slowly. If there is any chance you could be pregnant, the spotting could be because of that. Overall, I would say the most likely cause is ovulation.


Chances are that if a woman has only had light bleeding for one day that this wasn't menstruation, instead it could have been spotting as a result of other hormonal changes in the body - for example many women experience spotting during ovulation. If menstruation was due on this day then the light bleeding could have been menstruation, however there wasn't enough of a change in hormone levels to experience a normal period - this can be completely normal if you're in your teens.



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