Yes, I always spot first. My doctor said to count the first day of regular bleeding as day one of my period (of course that only matters if you are trying to get pregnant, so you can save that info for later)
Are you sexually active? because if so you might be having Implantation bleeding. Which means you might be pregnant
It was probably spotting aka implanation bleeding. Wait a week and take a pregnancy test if you are sexually active.
It depends on what you mean. Do you mean that during your last period cycle there was no heavy bleeding at all, JUST spotting? If that is the case, well, it is common for pregnant women to have spotting which some sexually active women mistake for having a regular period. I could be wrong though, so for your sake please do some research on it =)
If you are sexually active then you can be pregnant.
Are you on the contraceptive pill? This is referred to as 'spotting', getting a little blood at any point in your cycle. You can be pregnant if you're sexually active. End of story.
This is spotting and there can be many reasons for this happening. It may just be the last of your menstrual flow, it may be mid-cycle spotting due to hormonal imbalance or ovulation bleeding, it may also be related to a vaginal infection or STD if you're sexually active.
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.
No. Spotting does not prevent implantation. It is often a symptom of implantation. An egg is viable (for fusion with a spermatoza) when the egg "drops" right up to, and including, when the period starts. So, if you had unprotected sex during your ovulation window and you have spotting, then I suggest getting a pregnancy test ... unless you had your period after the spotting events. The sequence of events that you describe tells me that you could have experienced implantation bleeding ... however, if you have not been sexually active, then this is not the case. Either way, if the spotting /bleeding changes in intensity /duration, have your Gyno check it out for you.
Yes it means you could be pregnant if sexually active or you have a water infection.
If the blood is more brown than red, it may be old blood from previous periods.
Sometimes if you are on birth control, your periods may be irregular. If you are not on birth control, you are sexually active and still have your period, than you should be fine.
Mozart was a sexually active man he had a PENIS!!!
If you always use protection then you should be alright. especially if the protection you used was a condom.
Your probably on your period or if you are sexually active you might have a slight tear in your vagaina.
sexually active means someone who has had sex.
Some women have regular bleeding on the progestin-only pill, and some do not. Women on the mini-pill or progestin-only pill take an active pill every day; there is no pill-free interval. The medication's chief side effect and main reason for discontinuation is irregular spotting or lack of withdrawal bleeding (i.e. bleeding like a period). Neither the spotting nor the lack of withdrawal bleeding are a sign of pregnancy, unless you've missed or been late with pills, or unless you've had regular bleeding for a few months followed by a missing period.
It could be implantation bleeding if you have been sexually active recently during your fertile period. This can happen 6 to 12 days after conception.
The Bonobo chimpanzees are the reputed to be sexually active frequently.
No, a person will not get a STD if they are not sexually active.
There are no foods that can make someone sexually active.
More information would be helpful. Are you sexually active? In which case this may be a very early miscarriage. Are you around the menopause? In which case it is just that your hormones are a bit upset. If you are worried please see a doctor.
Yes. In fact he was extremely active. He was by far the most sexually active scientist of his time.
You won't get pregnant - but you may have break through bleeding and you could ovulate so you should use a back up method if you were to become sexually active, until you have taken 7 pills in 7 days.
Mid-cycle spotting or a sign your period is about to start. If sexually active then STD's are a possibility too.
You might be pregnant and it could have been implantation bleeding. Take a home pregnancy test.