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Is the first day of your period when you start spotting brown or red?

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2009-01-25 20:20:42
2009-01-25 20:20:42

The first day of your cycle is the first day of actual bleeding.

I was wondering the same thing since it changes the actual day of your ovulation. What I found in my research was that the first day of your period is ANY bleeding at all.

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it telling u that u are about to start

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

Because it gets heavier and then the cramps mean you are in puburty

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.

Hi, Its not uncommon for periods to arrive 2-3 days earlier than usual. Yes the first day of your period is as soon as the bleeding starts, whether it be spotting or heavy flow.

No this isn't normal. See your doctor and do a pregnancy test.

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 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.

21 days after the first day of your last period usually

Brown blood is old blood and sometimes your period will start with brown to get the left over blood from last time out.

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.

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.

Purple Well i just started spotting yesterday, and mine changes colors. It can be a redish pinkish color, or it can be brown. Its a sign that your gonna start your period. Hope this helps.

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.

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.

The first day of your menstrual cycle is the first day of your period. You onlystart counting on the first day you see true bleeding, don't count from when you start spotting.

It just sounds like you are ovulating (releasing an egg). Many women get clear discharge and light brown spotting during ovulation

The same thing happened to me except instead of day 34 it was day 31. I seemed to have symptoms of pregnancy, but all of that happened. My answer is no. This is not a pregnancy (or isn't anymore).

Spotting is just when there are small amounts of blood in your discharge. If this is just before your period then it is likely just the start of your period.

No, when counting your menstrual cycle day one is the first day of true bleeding. Brown discharge is spotting, small amouts of blood mixing with discharge as you start to bleed, but you don't count this as day one.

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!


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