Spotting is considered to be pink or brown and just a little drips every couple of hours or so
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Not at all. You can inject as much blood as you feel necessary, however, spotting may occur.
It should be just as the name goes 'spotting' if it looks like your normal menstruation bleeding then it is something to worry about because it could be a sign of something much worse than normal.
I dont mean to frighten you, but I had brown spotting for 4 days, and on the 4th evening I felt a gush of blood and had a full blown miscarriage. That was 3 days ago and I cannot stop crying. I hope you turn out ok. Much love xxx
I bleed for 2 days very heavy with a lot of clotting usually i would know it was happening and make it to the toilet and then continued to bleed for about 9 days but not as heavy more like spotting.
Answer Hi it can last from 1-3 days it can be spotting or a bit of blood in discharge. The colour it can be is pink/red/brown. 1 in 3 women get it. Its nothing like a period much much much lighter XxPink PrincessxX Hope I help
Blood loss varies between individual women and from one period to the next. The amount of blood lost can be anywhere between spotting up to 80 cc. The average blood loss is estimated at 30 cc.
the cervix is very sensitive at this time. Any pressure on it at all could cause burst vessels and make spotting. Brown spotting is dead blood and is said to be not much concern unless it starts to become clotted and bright red. Call your doctor, have an u/s and get an internal to make sure your cervix is still closed tight.
spotting after heavy exercise means you are stressing your body too much , the bleeding itself is not harmful as it is not much but your body is under too much stress. you should listen to your body signs. I recommend you to reduce your exercise a little and see if the spotting finishes.
There may not be much difference although implantation spotting (if you have it) is usually just that, a few spots only, whereas a light period is steady over a few days. answer There is 2 bleedings you can have in pregnancy one called spotting and one called Implantation bleeding. Implantation blood can last from 1-2 days its just a spot of blood. Spotting can last a few days up to 6 days and it just a light period I got told but proper light.
Your body consists of more than blood, so it is impossible to say how much you weight just based on how much blood you have.
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They would EXPLODE
A normal pregnancy, there is no blood at all, at any stage of the pregnancy until the very end, where some women may loose their mucus plug. Spotting generally is when you wipe and there is a pink tinge, or you wear a pad and find some (but not much) blood. Some women get a bit of spottign around the time their period is due, which is called implantation spotting. I spotted and bled through 3 of my pregnancies, one of them I had 4 full on periods in the first 18 weeks, which was very scary. but my baby was fine. I would alwasy let your midwife know of any spotting. of any kind, pink or brown. just to be sure. goodluck Also, sex and internals can cause a little spotting without need for concern... make sure you let your lead maternity carer know
Depending on when you're spotting and how much you're spotting. It could just be from ovulation or hormone fluctuations, or it could be a sign of infection or even pregnancy. But it's not generally normal.
Spotty what? Cows?
Consider how you would gather information on workplace safety. Since there is so much information, how would you decide what to use and what to leave out?
If you would like to know... Not much really. You could play the game. Not much blood, really. No need to worry
That depends on how much you consider is 'a lot'.
By "her" build,I would consider 40 to fifty kiloes
Consider trying at the zoo it would be much safer than in the woods.
Answer Common sense would tell a person that it would not be healthy. As far as how much fun it would be, I couldn't tell you. Some people, I guess, would consider it to be fun. Most, in my opinion, would consider it to be disgusting.
I dont think you can but you can have spotting which may confuse you for your menstral. Spotting is much lighter then ur actually period.
not much blood (a few tablespoons) would come but dont worry about it too much its really normal to growing girls.