Spotting alone is not an indication of pregnancy, you would have to have other symptoms to tie it in. It could be a sign of implantation. I would wait for more symptoms or a late AF before assuming PG.
You have no pregnancy symptoms before you are pregnant.
No. Spotting can occur during pregnancy.
Yes spotting can be a early sign of pregnancy it is cause from the egg implanting into the uterus causing some slight bleeding.
ANSWERYES, pregnancy is possible but could be other reasons for spotting and missed period.
Yes, of course. If you get a home pregnancy test, you just pee on it - it doesn't matter if you are spotting or not.
Spotting before you get a heavier flow is very normal...If you are normally like clockwork and you only have spotting and do not get a regular flo within the next 3-4 days then it is very possible that you are pregnant and that the spotting is implantation bleeding.
Yes it can be.- LDR Nurse
yes, i think so
White or clear discharge a few weeks before an expected menstrual cycle typically means that a woman is or has ovulated. Ovulation is the release of an egg from the ovaries. This egg, when fertilized by semen, becomes an embryo, attaches to the uterine wall, and develops into a fetus A common first symptom of pregnancy is "spotting" or implantation bleeding, which can be mistaken for an early, very light period; however, not all women experience this symptom.
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 a pregnancy test or visit your doctor to confirm. Light spotting followed by no period is actually one of the first signs of pregnancy.
it could implantation spotting if youv had unprotected sex and do noy get a normal period id recommend you take a pregnancy test
Depending on when you're spotting and how much you're spotting. It could just be from ovulation or hormone fluctuations, or it could be a sign of infection or even pregnancy. But it's not generally normal.
could be take a hpt to see
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.
Most probably YES
The signs that show up are cramping, spotting, vomiting.
The spotting could have been implantation spotting (when the fertilized egg attaches to the uterus), therefore you should take a pregnancy test to find out if you are pregnant or not.
It could be a symptom of pregnancy but you do not have normal periods that are heavy flow during pregnancy. You can experience light bleeding but not heavy. Do a test.
You can conceive at any time throughout your cycle, including during your menstrual period. Spotting generally occurs during implantation and other times throughout a pregnancy. Spotting can also occur just before or just after a menstrual period. If you are concerned you may be pregnant, you should obtain a pregnancy test.
Yes, lower abdominal cramping is a pregnancy symptom. You can feel crampy, exactly like you would before your period. I felt crampy for three or four days and then tested positive! :)
Yes and no, if you are spotting it may very well be just that, spotting. But it could also be 'Implantation Bleeding', common in early pregnancy. Best way to find out, go to the shop and get a pregnancy test. Better way, go to your doctor and get a blood test.
It's not a symptom I've heard of before
no it is not if your are pregnant the pregnancy is not progressed enough for back aches but keep a close eye for other symptoms
ANSWERIf you have early normal menstrual bleeding - no pregnancy should be expected. If you have unusual spotting before expected day - could be pregnancy.