spotting last for 2 days
Spotting occurs as flow winds down. Usually it lasts 1-3 days. If it's constant more than 20 days see a doctor.
Alll year long
It is not normal but again it isn't rear, it is known as spotting, it usually occurs between four to six weeks of your pregnancy and it shouldn't last long. If it occurs more than a month, you need to see you gynaecologist.
No all the spotting should be light , and not last as long as your normal period. Yes, this is very normal during the early weeks of pregnancy.
the spotting lasts for how many pills you didnt take so in your case its 7 days
Spotting occurring about 2 weeks after your period could simply be the spotting that sometimes occurs with ovulation.
For me the spotting last more than 3days
when i was on the pill, the spotting only lasted for the first month. That's how long my doctor said it would last. It never came back after that, and im pretty sure it was sort of on and off.
Implantation bleeding is spotting that occurs normally 6-12 after ovulation has occurred. It is when what will soon become your bundle of joy implants itself into your uterine wall. Normally it is pink or brown in color and will not last long (average 1-2 days light spotting)
It really depends. Sometimes in a month I can have spotting off and on until my period starts. Check with your doctor to see though. Good luck:)
Its different for everyone, but for myself the spotting didn't stop until I started getting the jab every 10 weeks instead of 12.
spotting occurs 6-12 days after your ovulation day
one day maybe 2 but its very light spotting if that
Typically the first spotting occurs during implantation. Some women don't experience ANY spotting. This is normal.
brown spotting 10 days after period is usually ovulation spotting. this occurs from the sudden drop in hormone levels.
Spotting is common after a pap smear, particularly during pregnancy. All spotting during pregnancy should be discussed with your health care provider.
mine has lasted a week now! it can last up to 5 days or 2 weeks
When spotting occurs between menstrual periods, there can be many causes. Spotting can occur due to hormonal changes, birth control, or implantation bleeding of pregnancy.
Some women never spot during pregnancy. If spotting lasts more than a day or two, you should see your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.
Spotting will continue for 2 to 8 weeks.
Spotting does not always mean you are pregnant. Many women spot during ovulation (releasing an egg) as well. Ovulation normally occurs around 2 weeks after your last period. Also, it could just be because you have old blood left over from your last period that is coming out now
Spotting mainly occurs because of implantation and does happen early in pregnancy. It may INDICATE that your uterus is expanding to accomndate the fetus, but uterine growth is not the direct cause of spotting
Spotting after a pap normally lasts for less than a day. Sometimes the changes to the cervix from pregnancy can make it last a little longer, but if it does, call your health care provider.
Implantation spotting is less common than people on here seem to think. Fewer women have implantation bleeding than not.