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==New Answer Headline== Well, I know it sounds like the being a virgin part makes it impossible, but I know that there is a slim possibility due to some encounters w/my boyfriend of a year....I started my period 2 weeks late, like I said, but it's really irregular...it's way too light to be normal...and my period is ALWAYS normal...has been for two or three years...I just feel like something isn't right... no

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Yes, you can be spotting and be pregnant. It is called implantation bleeding. It usually occurs about 8-9 days after ovulation, which is around the time of your period. If you definitively know that you are pregnant, then spotting when you know that you are pregnant is also normal. As the cell mass grows, then it can break tiny blood vessels and cause spotting. However, if the spotting intensifies and is accompanied by cramping, get it checked out as these are the precursors to miscarriage. Take a pregnancy test and see your doctor to know for sure.



Yes, you can be spotting and be pregnant. It is called implantation bleeding. It usually occurs about 8-9 days after ovulation, which is around the time of your period. Take a pregnancy test and good luck! *** The guy above refers to the process of implantation. If you definitively know that you are pregnant, then spotting when you know that you are pregnant is also normal. As the cell mass grows, then it can break tiny blood vessels and cause spotting. However, if the spotting intensifies and is accompanied by cramping, get it checked out as these are the precursors to miscarriage.



Yes. Implantation bleeding (which is what the spotting could be) often occurs around when your period is meant to be


I've been on Cipralex for about a month now and the spotting started soon after I started taking them. Every day there's spotting, not just near ovulation time. Has yours gone away yet?


Possibly, yes. Even when used properly, not every hpt is 100% reliable. The brown spotting could be due to a pregnancy implanting itself in the womb, and the colour of the spotting could mean that the weight of the pregnancy is putting slight pressure on the cervix, dislodging any old blood that is laying around up there. Please visit someone who specialises in this area and get yourself a definitive answer.


It can be a pregnancy symptom, but just because you have brown spotting it doesn't necessarily mean you're pregnant. Spotting can occur during implantation (where the fertilised egg attaches into the womb lining) Implantation generally occurs around 10 days after sex.


Absolutely. Around the time my period was due i had some light spotting.I thought, because of that, i couldn't be pregnant.nine months later i gave birth to beautiful, healthy,identicle twin boys!


no you may have and infection and u dont spot in pregnancy until its around time for the baby to come this is not true there does not have to be an ifection to have spotting and some women exerience spotting in the beginning of pregnancy and I have never heard of spotting when it is time for the baby to come. I know I didn't!!! Check your facts


i am on my 3rd child as we speak this time around i have been spotting brownish i went to the doc and it was old blood from trapped behind the sack


If you have sex while on your period, It won't stop. It takes your body time to acknoledge your pregnant. You may slow down to spotting. If you are pregnant, your next month's cycle will not be appearing. Although I spotted one day around the time I should of got my period when I was pregnant with my second son. A little spotting is normal, although I would suggest talking with a ob-gyn. I hope this was helpful.


If I were in your situation I would. Just because you spot doesnt mean that you are pregnant, its common among most girls, however if you are unsure you should take a test just in case 9 months from now a baby pops out of the ordinary =]AnswerIf you feel yyou may be pregnant you should....its better to take the test then wait around thinking.....whos knows you may not be pregnant Yes you can. I would wait and make sure that the spotting doesn't turn into a regular period flow.


You don't get your period (bright red, light, heavy, light) when you are pregnant. In early pregnancy you could have implantation bleeding around the time of your period (light pink/brown and spotting)


No, it does not. You may experience spotting sometime around when your period was due (this is the baby digging into the uterus). Any time after that, you should see your OBGYN.


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



This answer is different for everyone but for me it started around week 7.


I couldn't put everything in right text me and my boyfriend was playing around fully dressed and I started to jerk him off and he came on my soft pants ... I was on my period by the way can I get pregnant?


Some women have tender breasts before or during menstruation. However, spotting and tender breasts are both early signs of pregnancy. The spotting is common during implantation, and some women notice sore breasts around this time too. Get you a home test and then you'll know.


Anything is possible. But if you took the HPT recently (around the time of your missed period) and it turns up negative, you're probably NOT pregnant.


I also started spotting red blood when I was 6 weeks pregnant and unfortantly it turned out to be a miscarriage. If the bleeding continues you should go to the ER and have it checked out. With me it started as a ting of blood and progressed to being bloody like a period. I also had cramping. Around 6 weeks is a common time to experience a miscarriage. 1 in 5 pregnancy result in a miscarriage so it is more common then thought. Hopefully things will work out for you but remember if it does turn out to be a miscarriage it doesn't mean that there is anything wrong with you because unfortantly it is more common then you might think. Good Luck!


you have to give more details..like spotting when? around period?before period what?


It can be. It is normal to spot on and off during your whole pregnancy. But its always best to let your doctor know.


no you only spot once around the time you expecting your next period and last for 2 days only



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