could be take a hpt to see
No. Spotting can occur during pregnancy.
Not really. Typically your ovulation "toggles" between the two ovaries and so your period may be lighter or heavier depending. Spotting or cramping comes later.
Take a pregnancy test. It sounds like implantation bleeding
unless the next month you miss your period and you dont have one no. Cramping and nausea come with your period
ANSWERYES, pregnancy is possible but could be other reasons for spotting and missed period.
It is your body's way of preparing for your period. The cramping should only happen at least two or three days before you start your period. If you don't start, it may have been your body releasing an egg. The spotting, is very normal. Again, your body is preparing for your period.
No, it is PMS.
If have missed a normal period, and have experienced spotting and cramping that isn't like your normal flow, taking a pregnancy test is recommended. It is relatively common in early pregnancy to have spotting and cramping from the fertilized egg burrowing into your uterine lining. If it comes back negative, don't fret. Major changes can affect your menstrual cycle, from changes in birth control, exercise habits and even stress, to name a few.
It's a sign of your period coming soon. However, if you miss your period, take a pregnancy test
Yes. You can have spotting in between cycles or at the start of a very light period. Take a home pregnancy test if you'd like to confirm whether or not you are pregnant
Yes spotting can be a early sign of pregnancy it is cause from the egg implanting into the uterus causing some slight bleeding.
Cramping can happen whenever! I sometimes get cramps 2 weeks before I actually start my period. My worse cramps come the day before and the day of my period.
Spotting during pregnancy can occur about the time you would usually have a period. However, with a miscarriage there is more active bleeding and tissue is passed with abdominal cramping. Just spotting does not indicate a miscarriage.
Yes it can be.- LDR Nurse
yes, i think so
If you only had light spotting and a bit of cramping and it has all stopped you may be pregnant.
Yes, you can. This happened to me with my 3rd pregnancy. I actually had the same kind of cramping that I normally get before my period and a slight spotting. PMS symptoms are very close to pregnancy symptoms. I definitely thought I wasn't pregnant. I only had a bit of spotting though and after a week of not get a full period I decided to take a pregnancy test and to my surprise I was pregnant. I ended up having a very healthy pregnancy and baby.
If your pregnant, cramping is usual. But if you're not and you missed your period that usually means your pregnant now with a bundle of joy.
Two weeks before you period is usually around the time that you are fertile. The cramping you are feeling can be related to ovulation. Also about 5-10 days after conceiving you sometimes have something called implantation, this is where the fertilized eggs digs into your uterine lining to make a home for the next 9 months, during that time you can have some cramping and spotting.
These are very good indications of pregnancy. I would take a test to be sure.
This could be a sign of pregnancy but if you are spotting as well it could be an early sign of miscarriage. You may want to go to the dr.
My best friend and her mother both had their period for the entire pregnancy. Yes you can still have cramping and spotting. I found that during strenuous work or a stressful day, during my pregnancies, that spotting occurred. Also, you could be cramping because the uterus is growing as the baby grows.
It means that your period is coming soon