There could be a possibility that you are pregnant. you might want to get a home pregnancy test and see what up. Good Luck!
It could be Implantation bleeding go and have a blood test or see a doctor or go take a pregnancy test good luck!!!
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Could be, but your spotting could also be your period. Go get a test to see if you are pregnant.
At one and a half weeks you are technically not pregnant, because the pregnancy is dated starting with the first day of your last period and you do not ovulate until around 14 days after that. If you meant one and a half weeks after ovulation? then a sign would be getting your full period. If you're only having light cramping, then it may just be a sign of implantation, which can also cause spotting.
The uterus is a muscle. So when you menstruate, it's contracting to push out the sloughed off uterine tissue. Even weeks after your period, you may have spotting or pain. It happens mostly in young women and may be caused by stress. If it happens more than two months in a row, you should talk to your doctor.
Irregular period, hormonal imbalance or pregnancy related.
What females? It varies from a few weeks to a year and a half.
You CAN still get your "period" if your pregnant, but its not a real period. Its just spotting and Its completely normal... Id take the pregnancy test.
not necessarily your period could be changing when it is going to start so it bleeds close to your last period.
It can take up to two weeks for implantation to occur. If your period started 2 and a half weeks ago, you could have a fertilized embryo traveling through your system, but you're not pregnant yet. If your period ended 2 and a half weeks ago, you could be pregnant.The sore breast is irrelevant. You probably have some inflammation in your breast tissue as a result of an infection. Consult your doctor.
If you've had your period for 6 weeks you need to see a doctor.
I have spotted on on the 8the and don't get my period and then nothing and then again today 15 the why is this happening to me I've had it 2 and half year Year with it
10 day tests are usually not as accurate as the tests that are taken later. Why don´t you take another test?
You could be. What you saw when you wiped could be spotting, which is light brown or pink in color and that happens during implantation.
Depending on the length of your cycle - does this time frame fall about half way when you might be ovulating? Is the pain low down- almost like a period cramp- near the hip area on one side? It could simply be ovulation, as some slight pain can occur as ovulation occurs. You may experience breast tenderness, spotting, even need Advil for pain. not uncommon.
How you feel is not a sure indicator of pregnancy. The only way to be certain is to have a pregnancy test.
you normally don't have your period (bright red, and follows the light, heavy, light pattern) but in early pregnancy women will have light brown/pink spotting during the time there period is due and unless they are trying to get pregnant, they don't always think anything of it, except that it is a little lighter this month.
i have been on my period for mroe than 2 weeks before now and it has only happened a coulpe of times. it is not unusual to have irregular periods but if this continues then consult your Dr.
Yes, stopping the pill can delay your period. You will likely get it four to six weeks later.
128 weeks 52 weeks in a year26 in half a year =128 weeks
There are 26 weeks in half a year.
About one half of all pregnant women have spotting very early in pregnancy.
that hapens somtimes i a 11 and it has happened to me
348 weeks in 4 and a half years.
Well, I'm not sure I have an answer either but...I have had brown spotting before my period for a while now...and a day and a half of heavy bleed. I've been trying to conceive for about a year with one misscarriage about a year ago. Now, since then I've tried tracking my cycle by knowing when I ovulate....and I've noticed that if I count from my heavy bleed, I start to get the fertile mucus about 14-16 days after that...not if I count from my spotting..so, it seems to me you wouldn't count the brownish spotting as your actual period. This is my own experience, but with everything I've studied over the last year, about ovulation and when you have fertile mucus...this would be my answer.ThanksAnswerThat was my experience as well AnswerAgreed, you shouldn't count it. Answerno you don't that spotting you had could be a sign of pregnancy or left over blood if you find out your pregnant you have to give that day you had spotting to your doctor so he knows how many weeks your pregnant ok
Your menstrual cycle can last a day on some circumstances.Some examples are: if you are stressed, if you have unprotected intercourse it is possible for implantation to occur causing a spotting like period, if you have an irregular period due to overweight,underweight or other factors, sometimes it takes a couple days for your period to start so it may spot for a day in a half till' two days, and some birth control pills will cause you to have breakthru bleeding or spotting.