Is it normal to have no spotting before your first period and then have a heavy flow for your first period?
Most women will see spotting before their period starts, this is completely normal. Menstruation doesn't have an on/off switch, as hormone levels drop uterine lining starts to shed; it will shed a little at first, so blood would be light and show as spotting, then as it speeds-up you see clear bleeding.
Discharge starts as you enter puberty - there is no specific length of time between starting to get discharge and getting your first period, however it is normal to get your first period will start within four years of starting puberty. It's also normal just before your first period to see changes to your discharge such as clear stretchy discharge like egg-whites 2-3 weeks before your period which then becomes thicker and heavier getting closer…
Why do you start spotting red 3 days before your period starts and is the first day of your period when you start spotting or the day you start flowing?
Trying to get pregnant period isn't due for 7 days for 2 days i have had light brown spotting is it normal could it be implantation spotting when should i test the bleeding is now gone?
You could be pregnant. I had brown spotting 10 days before my period was suppose to start. 5 days later I took a First Response (5 days before your missed period) and it came back positive. If you take it that early and it comes out negative, it could be a false negative. It is still best to wait 5 to 10 days after a missed period. Good luck!
One common cause of spotting several days before a period is low progesterone. Progesterone helps to maintain the uterine lining for pregnancy, and when progesterone levels drop, the menstrual cycle occurs. Progesterone-deficient women will see spotting several days to a week before their period is due. This can affect fertility and in some cases causes miscarriage. You can discover more about spotting in recommended link above. Spotting can happen while you are pregnant, so take…
If you are not using effective birth control, you could be pregnant. A woman who stops Depo Provera may get a period immediately after stopping, or it may take up to 18 months. The average is 11 months. Spotting may occur before the first regular period, but you can get pregnant two weeks before your first normal cycle. Take a pregnancy test if you may be at risk for pregnancy.
It's relatively common. It's a form of pms.... if you're tracking your cycle, the day your period starts is the first day of FLOW. A few days of spotting before your period really starts does not count as part of your "proper" period. It's one of the top mistakes women make when they're tracking their period.
Is it normal to have cramping like you would with your period in the first trimester if you're at risk for a miscarriage and you're not spotting and the ultrasound shows a gestational sac?
Is it normal for your period to be behind a few weeks if you startd for the first time the month before?
It is very normal, it just means your cleaning yourself out before. But, it is only fine if its before your first period. If you have had your period for the first time before and asked this question before it came again then no because it could be an infection Hope you got my point Hope it helped too......now shes right get back to school
No, spotting and breakthrough bleeding does not count as the first day of your period. Spotting and breakthrough bleeding is an annoyance that occurs as an unwanted side effect of birth control. However, frequent spotting or breakthrough bleeding can also be a sign that you need a higher dosage of birth control.
Is it normal for a girl to have spotting on the first day of her period followed by 2-3 days of normal bleeding if she is not sexually active?
Is it normal to have spotting in the middle of your period its regular at first 3days then spotting for 4 days then heavy at the end 3 days?
First of all, ten-day periods are not normal, PERIOD. Second, this pattern can indicate a hormonal imbalance, endometriosis, or another gynecological condition that should be looked into. I've experienced the pattern you described, and I was diagnosed with menorrhagia (excessively heavy bleeding) and premature ovarian failure in progress. GET IT CHECKED OUT, especially if you want to have kids someday!
Yes you can still have your period during the first month of pregnancy if it is just spotting. If it is a normal period your most likely not pregnant. you can also have something called vaginal bleeding during pregnancy because the placenta has not had a chance to set and this is commonly mistaken for a period by most women.
Very light pink spotting when i wipe ..nothing enough for a pad. Not due for period for another 2 weeks.Whats going on?
You would not know you are pregnant as you haven't even missed a period yet. A pregnancy is measured from the first day of the last period. So you are 4 weeks when the next period is due. BTW - if you are not spotting, that's a good sign (if you want to be pregnant). No spotting means less chance of miscarriage.