Hello - The difference covers a wide area. The difference is - pregnancy spotting is usually implantation bleeding. Spotting due to birth control is caused by a hormonal imbalance or the doseage of BCP not being high enough for you.
When spotting occurs between menstrual periods, there can be many causes. Spotting can occur due to hormonal changes, birth control, or implantation bleeding of pregnancy.
I've had some spotting/staining for almost 2 wks now (off and on - it started at 5 wks and I almost 7 wks now). Most of the time the staining is a nudish color and happens occassionally when I wipe. Twice I've had some darker color red, but it was really light and only happened when I wiped, then turned light brown, then went away (kind of, then I had a little staining). if you go to check the click below http://pt141forsale.com/
Break through bleeding/spotting. It is caused by birth control pills, pregnancy, hormonal imbalance etc
spotting is just a few drips of pink or red... while menstruation is just a regular flow.
in pregnancy vaginal bleeding is very very light. so that that you really dont need a pantie liner. the spotting also is usually a brownish color and not a bright red period blood.
Yes. Spotting can happen between periods for several reasons. Birth control pills, ovulation,vaginal dryness or infection and stress can all be contributing factors toward spotting between periods.
If you are on birth control then that is normal because it is a side effect. Bleeding between periods can be pregnancy BUT its depends on the person. There are many other reasons why you can be spotting.
There may not be much difference although implantation spotting (if you have it) is usually just that, a few spots only, whereas a light period is steady over a few days. answer There is 2 bleedings you can have in pregnancy one called spotting and one called Implantation bleeding. Implantation blood can last from 1-2 days its just a spot of blood. Spotting can last a few days up to 6 days and it just a light period I got told but proper light.
Leishman staining is used for staining blood in microscopy and its purpose is to both identify and differentiate trypanosomas, leucocytes and malaria parasites. Giesma staining is used to stain DNA region, specifically chromosomes in order to locate aberrations like rearrangement and translocations.
Yes. You can have spotting in between cycles or at the start of a very light period. Take a home pregnancy test if you'd like to confirm whether or not you are pregnant
Gestation is used for animal, but pregnancy use for human.
i think there is because, spotting is usually lighter then a period and the shot causes your hormones to act up. which would in some cases cause some spotting.
take a test or go to the doctor.....
Sometimes, it can be harmless. With a brand new pregnancy it is possible to have some spotting as the body adjusts to this state. However, it could also indicate a problem with the pregnancy. I myself started light spotting between my sixth and seventh week, and then miscarried soon after. The best thing you can do is consult your physician in this situation.
Well since humans are animals, there is no difference. Einstein.
Not really. Typically your ovulation "toggles" between the two ovaries and so your period may be lighter or heavier depending. Spotting or cramping comes later.
A hormonal imbalance is a possible reason for spotting between periods & so is irregular periods. See your doctor for a examination.
A positive pregnancy test is usually a good way to tell the difference. They are available for very cheap at any pharmacy or grocery store.
if you don't take a week break between NuvaRings, you are not at increased risk of pregnancy; in fact, your pregnancy risk may be lower. You will probably skip your period, but may have unscheduled bleeding or spotting while the second ring is in.
Gram staining is important because to differentiate between gram positive and gram negative
There is no difference between a single fetus or twins. The symptoms are the same.