Spotting is normal before your period, it's just the start of your period as the uterine lining starts to shed. You can also get spotting after your period, or mid-cycle spotting around the time of ovulation.
Spotting is normal before your period - your period doesn't just suddenly start, it starts slowly at first so only small amounts of blood will leave your body, this is spotting.
Blood usually turns brown when it is old and dry. Mine usually start either extremely light pink or a brown color. But consult your gynecologist to be sure.
yes it is that means you are having periods
it telling u that u are about to start
It is perfectly normal to start your period weeks early and its dark brown. You mostly start with dark brown when you start your period and it turns red.
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 it is normal there was just a break.
any sort of spotting either before or after is considered to be your period.
Because it gets heavier and then the cramps mean you are in puburty
This is spotting, it's light bleeding that has mixed with your discharge. This can occur at the start of end of your period, or it may be spotting for another reason such as ovulation spotting.
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.
The brown stuff is known as 'spotting' it is just blood mixing with discharge, it turns brown when it comes in contact with air. This is just the start of your period, you can also get it at other times such as at the end of your period or around ovulation.
Brown blood is old blood and sometimes your period will start with brown to get the left over blood from last time out.
It simply means that you're spotting, most people experience spotting before menstruation.Menstruation doesn't have an on/off switch, it takes time for it to fully start.
It is normal. Flu can make you skip a period or make it late. There might be a possibility that you are pregnant as well?
You sometimes start spotting right before the period actually starts, so I don't think it is really your period, only an indication that your period is about to start. Also, if your periods are very irregular, you may only have spotting some months.
Brown blood is normal. When the blood is brown it just means that is dried blood. It doesn't mean anything you if have it. It is completely normal, especially for younger women. Bleeding while on the pill is normal.
Any amount of bleeding or spotting "counts" if you're on hormonal birth control. That spotting is your normal withdrawal bleeding. Insert the next ring on schedule.
Yes, the brown disacharge could mean you're still on your period. This is known as spotting, when blood mixes with discharge, this is most common around the start and end of your period.
Nothing is going on, you're spotting because your period is due.Your period is not so much late as just later than you predicted it would start - also remember that at your age irregular cycles are normal, things such as ill health or stress can delay cycles too. Spotting is normal when your period is about to start, all menstruating people experience spotting.
This is normal. There is a fall in estrogen level around ovulation, this causes this spotting. ( Usually periods start 14 days after ovulation if not fertilized.)
It just sounds like you are ovulating (releasing an egg). Many women get clear discharge and light brown spotting during ovulation
Yes, it's completely normal to spot before menstruation. Your period doesn't have an on/off switch, it will start light with a little blood leaving your body and mixing with discharge so can be brown or pink rather than red, this will typically occur a few days before your period starts. It's also normal to get spotting up to two weeks before your period as a result of ovulation.