If the fluid comes out of your nipples while you are squeezing them it could be from stimulation, if it just comes out you should go to your doctor it could be due to an infection or hormonal imbalance.
Hormonal birth control changes your menstrual bleeding. It's not unusual to have brown spotting instead of a regular period when you're on birth control.
You know that your periods aren't regular because they'd not be coming on a regular basis like they were supposed to. When we talk of irregular cycles we mean weeks or months difference between one cycle and the next or/and mid-cycle spotting.
Some women get implantation bleeding shortly after conception as the fertilized eggs attaches to the lining of the uterus. Implantation bleeding will occur before the time when the regular menstrual period is due. It is usually brown to light red in color and is more like spotting than a flow of a regular menstrual period.
Taking Orovite has absolutely nothing to do with your menstrual cycle. If your menstrual cycle is regular then it will continue to be regular while taking this.
Menstrual blood is a mixture of blood and uterine lining tissue, which is not found in regular blood.
well when i was spotting i felt a little sick to my stomach and it was a lighter shade than my regular flow
menstrual blood is darker and smells bad
I really want the answer to this as well...?
spotting is just a few drips of pink or red... while menstruation is just a regular flow.
You know that you have a regular menstrual cycle as you would be menstruating on a regular basis. The average cycle is around 28 days - although your cycle may be longer or shorter and a few days variation from your normal cycle is still considered regular.
Implantation Bleeding After ovulation the egg travels into the uterus and burrows into the lining of the uterus. For some women implantation will cause slight bleeding or spotting. This is called implantation bleeding. This is sometimes confused for an early period. What does implantation bleeding or spotting look like? Implantation bleeding, also called implantation spotting, does not look like a regular menstrual period. Implantation bleeding is scanty and usually pink or brownish discharge. Implantation bleeding or menstrual period? Implantation bleeding normally occurs a week to a few days before your period would normally start. Spotting that occurs around a week after ovulation is likely implantation bleeding; whereas, spotting that occurs very close to the time that your period would normally start may not be. A normal menstrual cycle generally starts off light and then gets heavier. Spotting can sometimes be the sign of an early period. If this is the case, the spotting will pick up to heavier bleeding. If you have spotting right around the time your period would normally start, it can be more confusing. You will need to take the wait and see approach or take a pregnancy test to determine pregnancy.
Have your periods been regular in the past? If so, did you take a pregnancy test? A late period with spotting can indicate signs of a miscarriage. A woman's luteal phase, time from ovulation to the first day of bleeding, is usually a set number of days from month to month. Conversely, the proliferative phase, which is the time from first day of menstrual bleeding to ovulation can vary. Thus, if you are three weeks late and have started spotting you may be miscarring. See your MD to have your beta HcG levels checked if you believe you could be pregnant.
It provides potassium, which is effective for regular cramping, but I feel that eating a banana helps with menstrual cramps.
i dont know what to do!!!!!
3 to 7 days
menstruation or ovulation
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.
Menstrual hygiene refers to maintaining hygiene during menstruation. For example this would include using menstrual cups, menstrual pads, or tampons to manage menstrual flow and taking regular showers to stay clean, changing underwear if you leak too.
A woman's menstrual periods are regular and usually lighter when she is taking oral contraceptives