Hello - This bleeding could be due to pregnancy or due to irregular period bleeding. See your doctor hun for a blood test. dark thick blood just means you have a bunch of hemoglobin in it.. Hemoglobin is the stuff that slowes the flow in your blood when you get a cut. A light period for irregular period women seems pretty normal.. if you have light cycles you could have a estrogen deficiancy.. I would see your doctor if you are trying to get pregnant and have not yet.
I would go to the doctor if i were you. Best of luck. you could be pregnant but there might be a problem. I had brown spotting which lead to a period and i miscarried. You need to go to the doctor and get an ultrasound done and blood tests best of luck Brown blood means old blood. This can be a indication of pregnancy. See your doctor for a blood test because of your irregular periods.
Brown discharge is actually old blood. Some woman, especially those with irregular cycles, will experience spotting between periods. Brownish-Pinkish discharge between periods could also be a sign of ovulation or implantation.
dry or dead blood it is nothing to worry about it is actually common
irregular or no menstrual periods & broken blood vessels in the face
brown spotting is just old blood leaving the system before the fresh blood comes out. it happens to everyone. but if unusual things are happening you should see your doctor just to be safe
why am i bleeding heavy and having blood clots ? i even bleed thourgh my tapons
Acne and irregular periods are not enough to make a diagnosis of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). PCOS also causes excessive facial hair growth, male pattern balding, and weight gain. The only way to really be sure if you have PCOS is to go to a doctor, and then he or she will test your blood for any irregularities. There are many other things that could be causing irregular periods and acne alone.
Is it full on 5 day periods, or spotting? Spotting indicates possible stress, strong emotion, or just some extra blood after the period. I'm no doctor, but I don't think it's normal to be having three periods a month.
If the blood is more brown than red, it may be old blood from previous periods.
it is when you leave small droplets of blood but are not really on your period.
Periods can be irregular, especially if you are young. Even in older women, hormonal imbalance or oncoming menopause can cause irregular periods. The two days of brown discharge are just your uterus being half-hearted about its lining and the shedding of the lining -- it's blood, just not fresh blood. Talk to your doctor about irregular periods if it bothers you -- there may be some medication or hormones that can straighten it out.
Ask your doctor.