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2010-02-08 03:35:50

No, spotting and breakthrough bleeding does not count as the first day of your period. Spotting and breakthrough bleeding is an annoyance that occurs as an unwanted side effect of Birth Control. However, frequent spotting or breakthrough bleeding can also be a sign that you need a higher dosage of birth control.

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When you have your period, more than spotting comes out. I'm on a period myself and the first i had mine, it wasn't spotting first. But it's actually what you believeis the first day. So sure, spotting could count as the first day.


On the first day of bleeding or even spotting.


The first day of your period is the first day of your menstrual cycle, so start counting from there. The first day of your period is the first day of bleeding, don't count the days of spotting before menstruation.


The first day of your menstrual cycle is the first day of your period. You onlystart counting on the first day you see true bleeding, don't count from when you start spotting.


The first day of your period is the first day of bleeding - you don't count days when you are spotting (brown or pink discharge).



Day #1 is the last day of your period, then count to the first day of your next period. No, Day #1 is the FIRST day of your period, then count the days to the first day of your next period.



No it is not.. The first day of a full flow is considered the first day of your cycle.NO! because it is just spotting not your real period it might be a sign of your period beginning to approach!


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.



Depending on your cycles... I personally count the last day of my period...


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's relatively common. It's a form of pms.... if you're tracking your cycle, the day your period starts is the first day of FLOW. A few days of spotting before your period really starts does not count as part of your "proper" period. It's one of the top mistakes women make when they're tracking their period.


You start counting on the first day of your period.


Generally, if your spotting that singnals the beginning of your period. Unless you spot a couple days prior to your light flow, consider the spotting your first day.


The first day of your period is the first day of bleeding - actual blood, not spotting (pink or brown discharge) - this is also the first day of your menstrual cycle.


No, when counting your menstrual cycle day one is the first day of true bleeding. Brown discharge is spotting, small amouts of blood mixing with discharge as you start to bleed, but you don't count this as day one.


Hi, Its not uncommon for periods to arrive 2-3 days earlier than usual. Yes the first day of your period is as soon as the bleeding starts, whether it be spotting or heavy flow.


If your spotting one day, then get your period the next day, that would indicate that your are NOT pregnant...


21 days after the first day of your last period usually


The correct method is to count the first day of your last period as Day 1, and to count to Day 28 (or however long your cycle is - this is the average number of days) and there you have it!


If your period is regular count fourteen days from the first day you strarted your period on this day you start ovulation.


Yes, I always spot first. My doctor said to count the first day of regular bleeding as day one of my period (of course that only matters if you are trying to get pregnant, so you can save that info for later)



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