Go to the doctor to rule that out. Your body is strange sometimes. Any type of stress or worry can make your body do this
i dont know what to do!!!!!
Yes it maybe possible that you are pregnant because sometimes the spotting can be a result of the embryo attaching its self to your womb. If you are so regular then i advise you to take a test A.S.A.P Also you may of done the test too early so i would do another one
You are very possible to be pregnant. The best thing to do is go get a blood test, urine tests are not 100% right, blood tests are. Plus if you are pregnant, it would be best for the doctor to know and see why there was blood spotting.
I really want the answer to this as well...?
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.
Go see a doctor ASAP.
yes, i think so.
== == * 99.5% of the time having a period means you are not pregnant. * Because you had a normal period then its very unlikely you are pregnant.
Most likely no, but however it is possible.
What types of symptoms? Like bleeding? Or spotting? You can be pregnant and still have your period, but it won't be like a regular period. More like spotting and not for very long. I don't think they would even call it a period.
It's impossible to know based on that. To know how long she is pregnant, she really should see a doctor... which she should be doing on a regular basis anyway if she suspects or knows that she is pregnant.
no that is just blood i have it all the time
Having your period two days early or two days late, if it is a regular period - not just spotting, then you are in all likelihood not pregnant.
Possibly, or an infection, give it another day or so, and take some Vitamin C.
You can have a regular period for the entire pregnancy term. Every woman is different. The only way to truly find out if you're pregnant is to see an OBGYN.
spotting is light and can last for a day or two where your regular period will last longer...depending on when your last period was. I hope this can help you out and if i am wrong i guess congrats is in order
probably not... is it a full period that has the same flow as all your other periods.. or is it light spotting some women will experience some spotting or a very lightly reduced flow and can still be pregnant. If you have any other symptoms that make you think you may be pregnant and when you get your period the symptoms still persist you might as well take a pregnancy test it cant hurt to be sure if you get a regular period and not just spotting or a really light flow chances are you're not pregnant
Yes, it is possible to still be pregnant. Wait another couple of days and take another one. If you are still late and the tests are negative, go see a doctor. But I am normally a very regular person and I was a week late the last two months. So it is possible to be late and not be pregnant.
Yes you could be pregnant.
It could mean you're pregnant or the doseage of BCP is incorrect for you.
If you have your period, you're not pregnant.
Yes, I had a 3 day period (my LMP) and I missed my period the following month...I'm 9 weeks pregnant now, so to answer your question, yes you can be pregnant No, you can't be pregnant and be on your period at the same time. But you can bleed quite a bit - the flow similar to the regular monthly period. The blood you are seeing is not the regular period, but spotting, this spotting can occur during implantation, as a result of a fertilized egg burrowing into the uterine lining. Another reason for spotting may be due to a slight rise in estrogen and a slight drop in progesterone. This will go away in a few weeks. If it continues then it's wise to contact your gp/ob-gyn because something else may not be attaching properly.
If you have a negative test and a period you are probably not pregnant. If you are paranoid about being pregnant you may be seeing symptoms that are not really there.