ANSWERIf you have early normal menstrual bleeding - no pregnancy should be expected. If you have unusual spotting before expected day - could be pregnancy.
brown and stinky is gonnorhea see doctor Joymaker rn
Spotting is less than one pad of blood lasting 1-2 hours. If it was that little, yes Joymaker RN
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.
No, you can also be spotting when you ovulate.
This happens to me too. It just means that your period is early. Nothing more really.
It's a matter of perspective. Usually, it is not expected on the couple's wedding day. But for some length of time before it happens, it is probably expected in some cases.
No. Spotting can occur during pregnancy.
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.
Many women experience bleeding or spotting between periods. At a time in life when it is not expected, such as before age 9, when you are pregnant, or after Abnormal vaginal bleeding has many possible causes.
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.
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.
yes I did in my last pregnany and I thought it was a very, very light period but infact I was pregnant. I had spotting all throughout that pregnany too - so if you are pregnant do not be alarmed if you have more spotting - before this happened to me i had never heard of it before but apparently it is quite common. However now I am trying to get pregnant again and I spot 3-5 days before my period really starts which is frustrating as I dont know if I am just spotting like last time or it is actually a period.
you have to give more details..like spotting when? around period?before period what?
ANSWERYES, pregnancy is possible but could be other reasons for spotting and missed period.
Its actually very normal, along with other symptoms i took the pill and I'm on the patch now and it still happens. and some people actually have there spotting flow like there normal period.
Rarely you may get spotted during the ovulation time or when the meeting of sperm and ovary happens in fallopian tube
Yes. My doctor told me that spotting could be caused by implantation. In some women, after fertilization, this can cause some lite spotting.
It doesn't mean anything, spotting before menstruation is completely normal - when your period starts it takes time to get into full flow, until then bleeding is light and this is known as 'spotting'. It's just light bleeding, which gets heaiver as you menstruate.
There are many things that can cause spotting before a menstrual period. Some of these include hormonal changes, anxiety, certain medications, injury or uterine fibroids.
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.
Hi there, usually if you have spotting before your period or roughly the same time, it could be a sign of implantation bleeding as this can happen anywhere between 6+ days after ovulation, since you have indicated that you are spotting after your expected period it could either be a very very light period and that you could be pregnant or it is the start of your period. Good luck and hope this helps. PS if you have missed your period now would be a good time to test!!