Yes definitely. These are all pregnancy symptoms and this is usually why we do the test, lol. Your not alone hun and I hope you get the result you want.
Some women in early pregnancy have implantation bleeding (light pink or brown spotting) around the time there period is due.
If you are just spotting and not having your full period then yes you can still get a positive result. Spotting could mean the implantation of the egg.
Brown spotting is a common side effect on Depo. Signs of pregnancy are absent periods and a positive pregnancy test.
Spotting is a common side effect with contraceptive implants. Signs of pregnancy are absent periods and positive pregnancy test.
If both pregnancy tests are positive, you are pregnant. Those cramps and spotting is PERFECTLY normal. Nothing wrong there.
A missed period is the most common, breast tenderness, fatigue, dizzy spells, nausea & vomiting, cramping, spotting, backache.
Yes, thse are pregnancy symptoms. Try not to worry about ectopic pregnancy. Take a test
not likely unless there is cramping backache signs of labor..it could just be spotting from the new pregnancy
Pregnancy symptoms and PMS symptoms overlap one another so much it's ridiculous. If you are worried that you may be pregnant, you need to take a home pregnancy test. If you have had sex without the use of protection, you could be pregnant. It does not matter what time of the month it is for you. Even if you did use protection, there is still a small chance you could get pregnant. If you are pregnant, the brown spotting is likely implantation bleeding. The stomach cramping due to your uterus preparing, and the backache is probably uterine related also. But, cramping, backaches, and spotting are also PMS symptoms. Take a pregnancy test.
Spotting could represent a side effect of NuvaRing or an STD. If your'e at risk for STDs, get tested. Signs of pregnancy are missing period and positive pregnancy test.
Most probably YES
nope but the only blood that will be available is the spotting called the implation on the utures
Yes. Your hormones fluctuate quite a bit during and after a miscarriage. It can sometimes take up to a month before your levels go back to normal, so it is possible to have a positive result on a pregnancy test whether there is spotting or not.
You are unlikely to be pregnant on the implant. Signs of pregnancy are absent bleeding and positive pregnancy test.
backaches yes cramping is ok as long there is no spotting
No. It is possible that you may have miscarried. Go and see your doctor
There is a possibility for a positive pregnancy, however this is only speculation. To be sure, take the pregnancy test, it will give highly accurate results
Spotting is more common within the first few weeks of pregnancy.... Although is it not as common it is still possible to experience spotting later in Pregnancy
I would take a pregnancy test, as spotting is very common in early pregnancy- especially at the time when you would have gotten your period. I've been spotting for five days since I should have gotten my period and I tested positive three days ago.
Spotting does not cause pregnancy. I assume you mean "does spotting indicate anything other than pregnancy?" The answer to this is, of course, yes. Spotting could indicate spotting. It's probably you period being finicky, or something along those lines.
Yes, you can.Spotting is a sign of pregnancy.
THIS IS WHATS CALLED "IMPLANTATION BLEEDING". WHICH IS NORMAL.
About one half of all pregnant women have spotting very early in pregnancy.
I just came back home from the hospital. I went in for vaginal spotting. Doctor confirmed my pregnancy (6/7 Ala along) and said that spotting during early pregnancy is fairly common as long as its not accompanied by chills, fever, heavy bleeding with or without blood clots. I tested positive for a UTI and doc stated that the spotting could be from that. He put me antibiotics for a week. I have no UTI symptoms besides the spotting and twitched/vibrations around uterus. Good luck.
Answera positive test = pregnancy. you need to see your doctor for a blood test. you should visit the doctor and get a blood test for the best results, but a false positive is really rare, so the second test is probably wrong. Spotting can occur during pregnancy, it is called implantation bleding, and is common. Don't worry, but do see your doctor!