Yes, or you could just be ovulating. Take a test if you miss your period
sounds like it. Have you taken a test. Take one you could be pregnant
Yes, pregnancy is possible. Last November I had the exact same thing, pinkish brownish spotting when I wiped after going to the bathroom and some mild cramps, but no full visit from AF, although I was sure it was coming. On 5 days late I took a test and was pregnant. Saddly I lost the baby at 10 weeks. Now here I am again, in a similar situation, of 4 days late, but since my misscarriage I have no longer had PMS symptoms that usually help me understand whats going on with my body. I no longer get sore breasts, cramps, ect. I have taken 4 home pregnancy tests from early-pregnancy-test.com and all have come back negative, yet still no period. Last November I used Clear Blue Easy from the drug store and immediately had a positive result. I wonder if my negative result is due to the cheap online brand, maybe I don't have enough of the pregnancy hormone to read, or simply I am not pregnant and just late. No pregnancy is like the other, so it is hard to tell for certain. Regardless, if your period does not fully come in a few more days, take another test, and regardless if it is negative or positive, go see your doctor, especially if the spotting continues. Good luck!
I at rink that is normal. I went through the same thing and went to my doctor. She told me that happens and it is normal. I had spotting and even bleeding that lasted for a few months. I was given medication for the that. If you are worried then you should see your doctor.
The brownish spots that you are seeing is your body cleaning out all of the blood that was left inside while you were on your period. Blood drys a very dark brown so when it comes out a few days later that's all that is. So don't be too worried.
What causes that is when you have your period for the first time it becomes inrregular so you don't know when your getting it instill you see reddish-browish spots in your underwear.
Miley's real hair is like a browish colour. When she was at least 14 or 15 she had blonde highlights And at the age of 16 she dyed it sort of like a light redish colour.
Depends on type of gecko. Leopard geckos also come in very different and odd patterns or even patternless. House geckos are usually dark and a browish color.Again, depends on type of gecko.
The brownish discharge is most likely old blood that may have been trapped in a cavity somewhere, then mixing with fresh blood discharge from the delivery.
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Scott #1402 This stamp is worth 20 cents, mint or used, the minimum amount required to catalog and stock the stamps. Unused will always be worth at least their face value. Special cancellations and different values are likely to be worth more. Consult a postage stamp catalog, usually available at your local library for exact identification and catalog values.
The mesentery is a thin film of tissue holding the small intestine together. It is there so the intestine will not move around in the abdominal cavity. Large Intestine: Thick tube like organ that absorbs water from the solid waste, stores solid waste until it is expelled. Small Intestine: Long slender tube-like organ coiled several times that digests carbohydrates, proteins and lipids. Absorbs them into the blood. Liver: Browish 3 lobed organ in the upper right area of the frog's abdominal cavity that stores glycogen, detoxified food, recycles red blood cells, makes bile. Stomach: A J shaped muscular organ that stores and grinds food, begins protein digestion
The universal coolant is a good way to go if you are not sure which it takes. The 98 Saturn has a big colored dot on the reservoir, green or orange Here's my opinion. They make a universal coolant now, perhaps Prestone or some other brand. It claims it can be mixed with ANY type of coolant... if you're not sure what it takes, go with that. Take your time flushing your coolant if it looks like mud. You may have to flush it multiple times to get all the junk out. I bought my Saturn used. When I checked all the fluids my coolant was a browish color. I ask my mechanic he told me that who had it before put both green and orange coolant in it. He flushed it and put in orange coolant.
First, be advised, that several European nations copied the US M1 steel helmet shell during the early part of the cold war. Those helmets can be identified by usually having revits in them along with an interior suspension system (no liner required). Some will have slightly different edges and rolls to them, and some will be slightly smaller in diameter to a US M1 steel shell (commonly referred to as "steel pots"). In those cases, one must compare the US M1 to a European clone side by side to tell the difference. Secondly, over 22 million US M1 steel pots were made during WWII, and all them had varying degrees of shapes, colors, seams, and swivels. Those M1 shells also fought in the Korean War (which was only 5 years after WWII ended). On or about 1967, the US produced another 1 million M1 steel helmets, these were aired on the TV news about that year; and as shown on television, were being produced from scrapped cars. These M1's were to augment the diminishing WWII supply, and be sent to the Vietnam War, going on at that time. If the M1 steel helmet has a lowered crown (foreward top portion), and the usual swivel bales, and the usual rear seam, and has an ORIGINAL FACTORY redish/browish primer with an ORIGINAL FACTORY "Olive Green" exterior paint job, non-corked (smooth), then it's one of those 1967 produced Vietnam War era M1 steel helmet shells. Anything other than explained above, is one of those 22 million WWII steel pots.