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Answered 2009-08-16 15:55:34

If you had unprotected sex, yes you could be pregnant even with the spotting.


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It is possibly an implantation bleed, but not necessarily

you should not have any spotting if you are pregnant, although some women do and are ok you should see a doctor if you bleed at all you should not have any spotting if you are pregnant, although some women do and are ok you should see a doctor if you bleed at all

Yes, you could but numerous other factors can cause "bleeding" your local health dept or your doctor can tell you if you are pregnant with a simple blood test

Girl this happened to me too. It could mean any number of things. It could be implantation spotting, an STD, or you could have just had too much penetration which can hurt your vagina and cause it to bleed, or if you were a virgin the guy broke your hymen which causes you to bleed.

No. Spotting can be caused by a variety of things, and you may not bleed at all if you're pregnant.

It can mean that you are spotting and might possibly be pregnant.

because your egg is attatching to the uterine wall and there maybe a spotting or drops of blood during this!You may also have a condition with the placenta that could cause u to bleed! Hope I could help!?:)

no, most of the time when you have sex it breaks the inner lining which causes it to bleed, or in other terms "poppin the cherry"

went to docs, got bloods done and was given antibiotics for pelvic infection.

Pap smears may cause spotting, particularly if you're pregnant. The spotting should stop within a day or two.

Probably better to get a test, a few women may bleed when pregnant, but the majority of women don't.

No, if you menstruated then you are not pregnant - it is possible to bleed when pregnant, but biologically impossible to menstruate during pregnancy. Two days after menstruation spotting is normal, it's just the remaining blood leaving your body.

Yes. It is possible to bleed, light or heavy and be pregnant. I had light spotting and some bleeding for the first three months of my pregnancy. You need to see a doctor to be evaluated soon.

I took 8 cytotec in 2 days but bleed little now am spotting with cramps am I still pregnant

Spotting is pretty much like what it sounds like, its a very light bleed it can happen for many reasons, it could be the implantation, the start of a miscarriage, a rupture in the placenta, plus ther are many other reason's for spotting sometimes just no reason.If it happens right before your period then yes you are probably pregnant.Because if it is the starting of a miscarriage... well, when your pregnant you don't get your period and when theres a miscarriage then theres no more baby so miscarriage before period could mean your pregnant cause its backwards than when your pregnant your pregnant you get your period your not pregnant!so the backwards way is no baby then period so then pregnant. so theres your answer POOPING DURING SPOTTING MEANS YOU MIGHT BE CONSTAPATED WHEN YOUR DONE YOUR SPOTTING. SO IF YOUR SPOTTING AND YOU TAKE A POOP JUST TO LET YOU KNOW ITS NOT NORMAL GO TO THE DOCTOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

if it is just spotting, then yes. you're most likely just bleeding from implantation.

You can get pregnant whether you have withdrawal bleeding or not.

You could be having a light period, or you could be spotting. However, if you think there's a chance you could be pregnant, taking a pregnancy test is a good idea.

Well it could mean that you are having a miscarriage, but spotting while you're pregnant around the time you have your period is normal. It could also mean that something might be wrong with the fetus(baby).

Some blood and spotting are common during pregnancy. It is best to contact your doctor.

Yes you can have spotting while pregnant. However if there is a lot, or there is pain and it last more than a day or so... You need to be seen by a doctor.

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