More likely its your period. It may take a cycle or two before your period is normal again.
your most likely pregnant and it is old blood you need to let your doctor check you could be pregnant and old blood your uterus is getting rid off
yes it could be. I had brownish spotting when my period was due, and I was pregnant. But the only way to know for sure is to test.
Sometimes women have implantation spotting that they confuse with their period. You should take a pregnancy test to see if you are pregnant.
Could be, but your spotting could also be your period. Go get a test to see if you are pregnant.
ANSWERYES, pregnancy is possible but could be other reasons for spotting and missed period.
well you could. but when you are pregnant, you skip a whole month so I'm not to sure sorry
probably you were pregnant and had a miscarriage
Yes - take a test
Spotting and irregular periods are side effects of the implant. If you still think you're pregnant, take a pregnancy test.
A brownish pinkish discharge is not a normal indication of pregnancy.
Yes. Implantation bleeding (which is what the spotting could be) often occurs around when your period is meant to be
Spotting could be mistaken as a light period. I would suggest going to see a doctor because you could be pregnant.
yes you could be pregnant or it could be a UTI.
Yes you definitely could be pregnant.
pink spotting is a pregnancy sign you could be well pregnant its called Implantation bleeding
Yes, you could be pregnant if you're two weeks late for your period and you're spotting brown. You should take a pregnancy test.
no , i think you might have an STD , please see a doctor , the sooner the better. I work in a clinic , symptons sounds familiar .
Yes it could be spotting, it sounds like you could be pregnate, i would test
It is unlikely that you are pregnant
If you are sexually active then you can be pregnant.
== == * 99.5% of the time having a period means you are not pregnant. * Because you had a normal period then its very unlikely you are pregnant.
The answer is yes!