Spotting While Pregnant
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If you had your period two weeks ago and just these past 3 days you have been spotting does that mean you are pregnant?

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2006-12-05 15:40:58
2006-12-05 15:40:58

not necessarily, it could be just left over blood your last period, but I had some brown spotting about 10 days after my last period, 7 days before my next period, and I found out I was pregnant!

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i am 5 weeks and 2 days pregnant i have been spotting since Saturday


i am 5 weeks pregnant and i have been spotting for four days only when i wipe myself tho



you might want to look in the categories your question is in ("Spotting While Pregnant") and see if it answers any questions.



I want to know too I been spotting for 17 days now and it started on may 4 my last period ended on april 24?




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


yes you could be! the spotting could have been implantation bleeding. see if you get your period next month and take a test!


Well, implantation spotting usually occurs a week after ovulation or a week before your period. Considering it


most likely that you are pregnant, there could be other reasons. if you are pregnant and spotting, i would get to a doctor right away. it could mean infection or miscarriage


Probably not. Spotting is normal, heavy bleeding like a period is not. If you are worried, you should see your doctor for peace of mind.


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



It is extremely unlikely as you would only just be ovulating two weeks before your period and therefore would only be getting pregnant if you were having sex on that day.




If you have had sexual intercourse you possibly could be pregnant. You tell by taking a pregnancy test. You don't use whether or not your spotting for two weeks as a proxy for a pregnancy test. If you are worried that you might be pregnant, you shuold take a test as soon as possible.


Yes you can be pregnant, I would go to the doc's you could be having a misscarage, A DNC would need to be done! Answer Hi I had Implantation bleeding 2 weeks before my period got my period so can't be pregnant. You should take a pregnancy test or go to the doctors and see what's wrong with your periods. Irregular periods could of caused it. From Pink Princess


Yes. Spotting can indicate implantation of the fetus into the uterine wall (usually between 3-5 weeks pregnant). Spotting can also indicate the start of a miscarriage. BUT many many pregnancies have had spotting (and even heavier bleeding) and still been successful.


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.


I have irregular periods they come every forty days its been three weeks after my period and I have dark spotting my period is in about two weeks from now my last period began on January 6th


They count pregnancy from your last menstrual period not from when you actually had sex and conceieved. So if its been 5 wks since you had sex and got pregnant but you had your period like a week before that then you'd be 6 weeks pregnant. Or if you started your period 2 weeks before you had sex then you'd be 7 weeks pregnant.



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