It is normally called "pre- menstrual shedding". Getting it for a whole month at a time is not uncommon. It just means you have a build- up. if your period comes and goes with no problems then it is fine. If it doesn't then I would ask a doctor. Good Luck!AnswerSpotting browm blood is a little unnormal. I've had that same problem and went to the doctor, turned out I was 8 weeks pregnant. I was having an ectopical pregnancy. I had surgery to remove the fetus immediately. See your local doctor soon.
Spotting is considered to be pink or brown and just a little drips every couple of hours or so
Yes it is very normal
Possibly, yes. Even when used properly, not every hpt is 100% reliable. The brown spotting could be due to a pregnancy implanting itself in the womb, and the colour of the spotting could mean that the weight of the pregnancy is putting slight pressure on the cervix, dislodging any old blood that is laying around up there. Please visit someone who specialises in this area and get yourself a definitive answer.
Brownish blood and redish blood is the same. Every one has spotting between periods. It is completely normal. Don't worry about it.
Some women have spotting during ovulation, if your cycle is very regular the timing would be correct for this to be the cause. See your doctor or midwife if the spotting continues.
Hi, Yes you can. Implantation cramping is very common and usually feels like period cramping. Implantation bleeding (IB) occurs 8-12 days after unprotected sex and not every woman experiences IB. Signs of IB are: * Light bleeding that lasts a few hours to 2-3 days. * Pinkish/brownish or reddish vaginal discharge. * Spotting of blood. * Spotting of blood that does not require a pad or tampon. * Spotting that is pinkish in colour. * Spotting that is brown in colour. * Light bleeding that is either pink or brown in colour and sometimes red.
i think you are pregnant, take HPT or go see your doctor!
You could be preggo, it usually occurs 3-5 days after having sex. It could be related to a serious illness, so i suggest going to the doctor although it is likely to occur to every woman at least once in their life time.
Start counting your period from the day you see the spotting if this happens every month. You could also do basal body temperature which will pinpoint ovulation, or use the Billings method.
Yes it can, but only slight brown spotting. everyone's different mine was pink blood but some people think every one Implantation blood has to be the same as there's which annoys me from the person at the top. Implantation bleeding can last few days I did some research it said 1-3 days but maybe 4 for you ok Hope I help by the way everyone's Implantation bleeding is different some are brown/pink/red or thick/stringy even some can be spotting or blood in discharge so just ignore those people who say what there's look like every women is different ok Pink Princess
Yes you definitely could be pregnant.
You could be having a miscarriage or this could be a form of uterine bleeding from left over period blood. See your doctor tomorrow about this. Sorry to be harsh but you may just be starting your period. No. Not necessarily. You have to be pregnant first to have a miscarriage (except for a failure to implant, and then it is just like a normal period). Did you check to see if you were pregnant first? Check your HCG levels. If they continue to be high, or have increased since your last check, then I don't think it was a miscarriage. Minor spotting is normal as the blood vessels "grow" to accommodate the dividing cell mass. If the bleeding increases in intensity, and is accompanied by cramping, then get to your doctor right away ... as this is a key sign of a miscarriage. i am 7weeks pregnant my first, i started spotting when i was 6weeks pregnant... i woke up in the morning and found brown in my PJ's it was just like a normal period but brown... i was so sceard... i phoned my midwife up and left a message and i had no reply so i phoned again and she told me that i have to go strait to the hospital... so i went to the hospital they said every think is normal and feels okay but if the spotting goes any worse and starts to go red then i have to be rushed into hospital... i had the scan to days after the hospital scear and they said the baby is fine... but i don't no what to do at the moment as i am still spotting...
If you experience prolonged cramping and dark brown spotting don't take these for granted. I just had a miscarriage a few days ago. I was spotting with dark brown for more than a week and cramping, I had an ultrasound and they said that this is early pregnancy that they cant see the embryo and the sac in good shape. I am not convinced that everything is fine that I went to see a doctor, he told me, the spotting is only implantation bleeding that nothing should be worried about.. But its not true after, 10 days of prolonged cramping and dark blood spotting, fresh blood bleeding came and I lost my baby.. Urine is 90 percent fresh blood consistency, cramping is terrible, whole abdomen tightens ,lower back pain and cramping legs. Please monitor your hcg level every other day, make sure it doubles itself, every time you spot or bleed, your hcg goes down , just as what happened to me. the baby was never formed, my hcg level didn't even double itself after 3 weeks and finally it went down for 600 for 12 hours as I continue to bleed. Take care... quiche19
That is your period starting. it does not start on the same day every month year after year. It starts with spotting for many.
Usually implantation bleeding will occur 8-10 days after intercourse. What it will look like is a small smear of blood on the toilet paper, maybe even a splotch on your undies. Anything that is heavy enough to require a pantiliner or pad is not implantation bleeding.Answer Hi every women's different it can be red/pink/brown/stringy/thick/blood in discharge/ spotting. it can last from 1-3 days not every women gets it only 1 in 3 women do. Its just a bit of blood which is nothing really.Pink Princess
I am almost 12 weeks and I have been bleeding brown blood for weeks now but mine is due to a vanishing twin. My doctor said that brown blood is old blood so it is not really harmful but if you bleed bright red blood that may be a cause for concern. Every pregnancy is different and I have heard so many stories of women that have horrible cramps during pregnancy and are fine. I would talk to your doctor and get an ultrasound for reassurance. Usually when you tell your OB what problems you are having they will see you more often. Good luck to you and your baby!
Your blood type does not impact your personality. You will find every personality type within every group of blood types. For example a person with AB blood could be outgoing or introverted.
I believe the blood you are seeing on the pad is darker because it has been exposed to the air longer. When you are wiping with the toweling, you are getting 'fresher' blood that's just been expelled from your body. Both are normal. (This is why if you 'leak' onto your panties, its reddish at first, but dark brown later when it's completely dried).>But you should check with your gynecologist at your next appt.- if you don't have one, get one! There are vital tests every women over 16 should have at least once a year! Good luck & good health to you!
Spotting can definitely occur if you do not take your birth control at the same time every day. Birth control is used to regulate your hormones and protect you from pregnancy. If birth control is not taken properly, you are increasing your chances of becoming pregnant, and spotting or breakthrough bleeding may occur. The main thing that you should worry about in this situation, is becoming pregnant, if you have not been properly taking your pills.
There are 500 white blood cells to every 1000 red blood cells (or you could say there is double the amount of red blood cells). The answer would be 200 red blood cells for every 100 white blood cells.
It's dried blood. You probably have gingivitis.
it depends on how long you have been on the pill it could be that your body just hasn't adjusted to it yet or if you have been on it for a while it could be that it isn't strong enough or it is too strong. It could also be that you are not taking it at the exact same time every day but just ask your health care provider what he/she thinks it could be they always know best best of luck to you
Around here it happens every summer.
Yes, this could be implantation bleeding. As long as it is not accompanied by pain, you should be okay.
The placebo pill is taken so you have the habit of taking the birth control pill, even during your period. So your period should happen the week your placebo is taken. So if you are taking the pill and you have missed a pill and then doubled up or just missed the pill sometimes you can spot brown. Sometimes you can spot brown at the very end of your cycle. It could also be the birth control pill you are taking isn't the right one for you. Contact your physician if you are following the directions of the prescription and spotting mid cycle. i always skip placebo pills since they are only needed to remind you to the the pill at the same time every day. you get your period when you are supposed to start placebos. Brown spotting is a "period" and happens to me all the time.