Yes you can. Stress is often a part of it, if you are on the Birth Control pill/patch, or, it can be simply hormones. If you haven't been sexually active and suddenly become so this too can put your periods out of whack.
Spotting is just when there are small amounts of blood in your discharge. If this is just before your period then it is likely just the start of your period.
Spotting is normal before your period - your period doesn't just suddenly start, it starts slowly at first so only small amounts of blood will leave your body, this is spotting.
ANSWERYES, pregnancy is possible but could be other reasons for spotting and missed period.
No, you can also be spotting when you ovulate.
you have to give more details..like spotting when? around period?before period what?
No. Spotting can occur during pregnancy.
why am i spotting after my period
Spotting is normal before your period, it's just the start of your period as the uterine lining starts to shed. You can also get spotting after your period, or mid-cycle spotting around the time of ovulation.
You sometimes start spotting right before the period actually starts, so I don't think it is really your period, only an indication that your period is about to start. Also, if your periods are very irregular, you may only have spotting some months.
There are many things that can cause spotting before a menstrual period. Some of these include hormonal changes, anxiety, certain medications, injury or uterine fibroids.
Ovulation - where the egg is released
could be take a hpt to see
Spotting before you get a heavier flow is very normal...If you are normally like clockwork and you only have spotting and do not get a regular flo within the next 3-4 days then it is very possible that you are pregnant and that the spotting is implantation bleeding.
It simply means that you're spotting, most people experience spotting before menstruation.Menstruation doesn't have an on/off switch, it takes time for it to fully start.
Well, implantation spotting usually occurs a week after ovulation or a week before your period. Considering it
Yes. Implantation bleeding (which is what the spotting could be) often occurs around when your period is meant to be
It doesn't mean anything, spotting before menstruation is completely normal - when your period starts it takes time to get into full flow, until then bleeding is light and this is known as 'spotting'. It's just light bleeding, which gets heaiver as you menstruate.
This may be implantation bleeding.
Spotting before your period is just very light menstrual flow, it's the process of the uterus lining shedding starting - once it gets under way the bleeding becomes heavier.
It is perfectly normal to spot a few days before your period so dont worry!