Dark brown or "old blood" bleeding two weeks after your period is likely a sign that ovulation is occurring.
See your doctor.
I would say it is a sign that you are not pregnant.
If the blood is brown it is usually old blood that is coming out leftover from your period. Red blood is a cause for concern and could mean that you may miscarry.
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All depends on what bleeding you are having, I't might be implantation bleeding if it is little, pinkinsh or brown. If there is a lot of blood and you have pain you might be having a miscarraige. Contact you care giver for advise.
no bleeding is normal. SEE A DOCTOR URGENTLY.AnswerWhilst the above answer is correct, that you must see a doctor urgently, the part about no bleeding being normal is incorrect. It is actually quite normal to have some bleeding during pregnancy, particularly dark brown blood. However, do go and see a doctor urgently
If you've been bleeding for 2 weeks you should def see the doctor.
lm 11 and half weeks pregnant with brown blood just started.
It could be. Just go to your doctor to see. I was 6 weeks and 6 days when I had mine you are having severe cramps and bleeding and passing blood clots go to the hospital.
Call your doctor right away.
If you are at risk for chlamydia, you should get tested. Testing is painless, free at your local department of health, and can help you get treatment early.Signs of implantation bleeding are as follows: -Implantation bleeding occurs 8-12 days after unprotected sex. When a woman experiences implantation bleeding it means the Embryo has implanted itself in your Uterus and has began releasing HCG. You can not do a pregnancy test at this time for a further 2-3 weeks.Implantation bleeding can be light bleeding which lasts a few hours to 2-3 days.Implantation bleeding can be spotting which does not require a pad or tampon.Bleeding which is very light and does not require a tampon or pad.Bleeding or streaks of blood on tissue paper when you wipe.Brown light bleeding or pinkish light bleeding.Brown spotting of blood or pinkish/reddish spotting of blood.Brown/Pinkish or reddish discoloured vaginal discharge.
This is quite common in women. Pink to red is fresh blood and light to dark brown is dead blood (meaning it has been sitting before being released.) If you are the birth control pill this can alter your periods, or even stress. It's doubtful you are pregnant.
Yes you could be pregnant. See your Doctor for a pregnancy blood test. Answer by XxPinkPrincessxX Hi I got Implantation bleeding it can be red/pink/brown its nothing like a period 1 in 3 women get it. It can happen up2 3 days. I had Implantation bleeding mine was pink stringy blood in discharge that's all and 2 weeks later I got a period with no cramps it felt like i was not even on it was a really weird period.
Brown bleeding is not always normal. Accompanied with pain, you should see your doctor immediately.
That sounds like the ending of your period, "dried blood", it's brown or black colored. Since there must be a possibility of pregnancy, please consult your doctor immediately.
if it is light that is one thing go to the doctor either way, it may or may not be serious
Hello, Unlikely but its difficult to say. Implantation bleeding is usually pinkish discharge, spotting of blood for a few hours or brown bleeding for 3 days. Not a heavy flow red bleeding. Test in 2 weeks and if its positive, then you know its implantation bleeding.
probably not, good luck joymaker rn
im 16 and i was supposed to start my period a couple weeks ago and i never did now i am spotting brown blood i was wondering if anyone could tell me what that means
No this isn't normal. It sounds like implantation bleeding. See your doctor for a pregnancy blood test now or wait 2 weeks and do a home pregnancy test.
Light bleeding is actually fairly common during the first trimester, and the most typical cause is from implantation bleeding which occurs during implantation and possibly anytime during the following weeks. The brown discharge is probably just the leftover blood from implantation bleeding and is no cause for concern unless it has a foul odor or causes itching or irritation.
I am almost 12 weeks and I have been bleeding brown blood for weeks now but mine is due to a vanishing twin. My doctor said that brown blood is old blood so it is not really harmful but if you bleed bright red blood that may be a cause for concern. Every pregnancy is different and I have heard so many stories of women that have horrible cramps during pregnancy and are fine. I would talk to your doctor and get an ultrasound for reassurance. Usually when you tell your OB what problems you are having they will see you more often. Good luck to you and your baby!
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