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Could you be pregnant if this month when you were supposed to have your period you experienced a light brown to pink spotting for 5 days and there was not enough to wear a pad or a tampon?

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2006-06-18 20:34:27
2006-06-18 20:34:27

Hello. Based on what you said, you could be pregnant yes.

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Well im 7 weeks pregnant and at 5 weeks i started spotting that's how i found out i was pregnant! If its not enough blood to use a pad then i believe you should be ok. Hope that helps

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yes you can still be pregnant your hormone levels may not be high enough yet for the test to detect

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With my son I had light spotting and some blood in my urine. I didnt think i was pregnant,my only symptom was sore enlarged breasts. And sure enough I was pregnant. I would still go to the doc and make sure all is fine if you have a positive pregnancy test!

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It can be just from ovulation. However, if your periods are irregular, it can be a sign of implantation and you are pregnant if sexually active. Spotting before a period was due was my first sign that I was pregnant.

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spotting (form my understanding) is when you bleed but not enough to be considered your period, like the end of your period when it is brown and just a little bitAnswerSpotting from what I know is when you have a little blood on toilet paper afer using the restroom never enough to use a pad. Color will can be diffrent colors depending on what spotting is from.

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No. It can't tell you if your pregnant. It could be anything. The best way to find out is to get a pregnancy test and try it out. If it says negative and yet your still spotting try to see a doctor.

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yes it is. your hcg hormone level may not be high enough. you may need a blood test done

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No, spotting is not the first day of your period, it is when you have enough blood to wear a pad or tampon. I know because I asked my doctor about this.

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It's biologically impossible to menstruate while pregnant - if you're seeing vaginal bleeding heavy enough to require a tampon then either you're not pregnant or you're miscarrying. If you are pregnant and see bleeding you should seek medical attention.If you're experiencing spotting during pregnancy tampons cannot be used, just like any other time it's not safe to use tampons with spotting, light flow, or when not menstruating. Using tampons during this time increases risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome.

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when you think your old enough and mature enough

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The best thing to do is to bring her into your vet. If you aren't experienced enough to palpate her yourself (and judging from this question, you aren't) the safest and surest thing to do is to have a vet examine her.

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Why not? As long as he studied and has experienced enough to do it.

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You could be. If you have not had a proper period in another week, test again, It may be that the hormone has not built up enough yet.

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This is not really enough information to say one way or the other. Many people spot bleed for reasons other than pregnancy. In fact it is quite regular. Did you have unprotected sex approximately 14 days before your period was due? If so there is a chance you are pregnant.

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Yes, if you and your horse are experienced enough.

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Actually youre supposed to start folic acid before you fall pregnant to allow it enough time to get into your body and continue till 13weeks.

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Hello - The difference covers a wide area. The difference is - pregnancy spotting is usually implantation bleeding. Spotting due to birth control is caused by a hormonal imbalance or the doseage of BCP not being high enough for you.

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Oddly enough I am in the exact situation. My last period was on Sept 1st and I have been spotting for a few days now- very light pink and brown in the beginning but no flow of blood. I can usually pinpoint the exact day of my period but I started spotting late. I took multiple pregnancy tests that came out negative. So I am looking for the same answer! Nice to know I'm not alone on this one.

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Well, its pretty simple. If you are spotting, you are spotting. If its your period you will be bleeding constantly. When womnen spot it is usually just spots of blood, not even enough that you have to where a pad or tampon. When on your period, you would not dare walk out with out one. Lastly,a period can last for maybe a week at the most, spotting can last on and off for ever.

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not usually, just a coincidence. however, coughing and sneezing is forceful enough to cause leakage of urine.

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if you are pregnant and have any signs of bleed even spotting you should call your doctor. If you are pregnant and are having sever or heavy bleeding you have more then likely misscaried. Call your doctor or go to an er. even if you dont misscarry your baby can have problems due to the bleed if it has cused there not to be enough lining in your uterous.

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enough to have to wear a sanitary towel and lasting for more than a few days


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