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Answered 2009-08-17 23:12:47

Brown spotting is dried blood from your uterus, its normal.

If you feel that you may be pregnant get tested.


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i have spotting but its a light flow that i have never had. i have all the pregnant symptoms is it normal the blood is not brown but a deep red?

You need a pregnancy test to know if you are pregnant. Spotting brown is simply old blood and not a determining factor of pregnancy. Answer: It could just be your period

yes. I had light brown spotting when my period was due and I was pregnant!Normally it is considered implantaion bleeding. Brown blood, is old blood so it is normally fine.

brown spotting is just what is sounds like. old blood is brown. spotting describes the result of drops of blood on a surface. thus, old blood drops=brown spotting.

The fact that you had a period suggests that you're not pregnant, however this isn't always the case. the brown spotting could simply be the blood drying.

Usually nothing to worry about. Brown blood is old blood. If you are worried though, have an ultrasound.

Spotting is considered to be pink or brown and just a little drips every couple of hours or so

No it doesnt, It just mean it's old blood..If your that worried about it you could go to yourdoctors and have them over look it...

im 16 and i was supposed to start my period a couple weeks ago and i never did now i am spotting brown blood i was wondering if anyone could tell me what that means

I am 7 weeks pregnant to the day. I have been spotting brown for the last few days. Last night it turned into blood. I went to the doc and had an exam. He heard the placenta and my cervix is closed so that is a very good sign. Later in the day I had an ultrasound, I saw the little peanut and the heartbeat. I was told that 7 weeks would be right around your period so not to worry. I would say if it lasts longer than two weeks of red blood get it checked out otherwise the brown is old blood.

Sounds like smear blood. You might or might not be pregnant. Better have a proper test made.

brown "spotting" or pink "spotting" is a sign of fresh or dried blood from where your fertilized egg burrows into your uterine wall.

Very common. Brown blood is old blood and should not be too concerning. If you begin spotting red blood or experience cramping you should contact your OB.

Yes, this dark red or brown spotting could be implantation bleeding. This is an early sign of pregnancy.

if you are more than a week late and your having brown spotting like old dry blood. take a test and contact your Gyn. Most of the time this is called implantation bleeding

I had` brown spotting last week at 5 weeks and went to the doc's and had an u/s and everything looked good brown is ok it is just old blood watch for heavy cramping and dark red blood that's when you should worry congrats Rae Rae

I would go to the doctor if i were you. Best of luck. you could be pregnant but there might be a problem. I had brown spotting which lead to a period and i miscarried. You need to go to the doctor and get an ultrasound done and blood tests best of luck Brown blood means old blood. This can be a indication of pregnancy. See your doctor for a blood test because of your irregular periods.

not always, brown blood is old blood. It could be considered implantation bleeding. But if you are pregnant you should call your doctor. My light brown spotting turned into a miscarriage. BUT that is not always the case. I would call your doctors office ASAP if you are pregnant. Have you taken a test? If you do and it is negative, it could just be left over blood from your last period that never was released and is coming out now.

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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