It depends on what you mean. Do you mean that during your last period cycle there was no heavy bleeding at all, JUST spotting? If that is the case, well, it is common for pregnant women to have spotting which some sexually active women mistake for having a regular period. I could be wrong though, so for your sake please do some research on it =)
Some women may experience light spotting and dull cramps during ovulation, 14-16 days before your next period. This is perfectly normal. If you are on birth control then spotting between periods is also quite common. If the bleeding changes from light spotting to heavy bleeding mid cycle you need to see an OB/GYN.
it should be light bleeding.. (spotting)
You should ask your doctor, but let me assure you pain and bleeding is not necessarily an indication of anything bad. Some women have light "periods" and spotting during pregnany. Heavy bleeding can indicate miscarriage.
It depends how heavy the bleeding is, but I would say it is probably caused by ovulation (releasing an egg) Many women get cramps and spotting during ovulation and it occurs between periods
It's really confusing to me.. I think I might be pregnant but I started bleeding and I don't know if its heavy bleeding or just normal bleeding and a cose for concern because its definitely not light..
Can implantation bleeding be heavy until you need napkins? Btw the spotting of brownish blood contains clots, can implantation bleeding consists of clots?
No it is not,most of time bleeding around that time, heavy bleeding is due to miscarriage. Spotting is normal, bleeding is a sign of miscarriage.
Metrorrhagia is bleeding between periods. Menometrorrhagia, in contrast, is heavy bleeding and bleeding between periods.
Heavy spotting or bleeding. Depends on how far along you are. Consult a doctor!
No, any heavy bleeding during pregnancy needs to be reported to your health care provider.
You can have light bleeding a spotting during early pregnancy but heavy, normal bleeding exactly like a period is unlikely.
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.