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Could i be father along in my pregnancy than what im told consdering i had irregular period when my periods normally last 5 days but lasted a week with spotting?

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2011-01-04 01:25:03
2011-01-04 01:25:03

Yes. You should tell your Dr so that they can preform an ultrasound to provide you with more accurate dating.

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Pregnancy can cause this spotting or irregular periods or a UTI.


Irregular period, hormonal imbalance or pregnancy related.




Yes. It is possible to have a period even if you are pregnant. Some signs of pregnancy are spotting and lack of/irregular menstrual cycles.


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This may be because your period is irregular as vaginal spotting may occur during this situation. Also some Women will experience spotting around the time of their Ovulation. Perform a pregnancy test.


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Yes, you can.Spotting is a sign of pregnancy.


About one half of all pregnant women have spotting very early in pregnancy.


It may not be pregnancy. Chances may be there because normally most of the womens will have the same problem it always depends on the generic hormonal changes.


There could be a possibility u could be pregnant specially if u have missed a period the spotting is usually normal in early pregnancy. I would say take a pregnancy test if its negative then since u have irregular periods its normal that spotting happens once in a while sometimes ur body is just tryin to get ur periods a bit stable. I hope this helps let me know good luk!


Hello. Spottingis usually called irregular bleeding, spotting or break through bleeding. Its only called break through bleeding when taking birth control pills. Its a good idea to rule out pregnancy when this happens.


i encounter this day a bown spotting that i never encounter on my last pregnancy,does it safe to have brown spotting?


Brown spotting is a common side effect on Depo. Signs of pregnancy are absent periods and a positive pregnancy test.


A hormonal imbalance is a possible reason for spotting between periods & so is irregular periods. See your doctor for a examination.


No, it is not. Go check for pregnancy at the doctors.


threw your first stage of pregnancy u can spot


Pregnancy is still a possibility. Many women can confuse spotting during pregnancy for a period but it's not. Spotting during pregnancy is normal. Take a pregnancy test to be sure.



About 50% of all pregnancies have some early spotting.


Hello. The only way to be certain without a doubt if your pregnant, is by having a pregnancy blood test. The test you need is QUANTITATIVE BETA HCG. You will need to ask your doctor specifically for this blood test. The spotting may be pregnancy related but its very difficult to say. You may be going through irregular periods or have a hormonal problem hich would inturn cause spotting periods.



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