Well there could be many answers to this questions but i have found it that when i start worknig out more frequently then my period either starts getting lighter or is spotting.
Yes, one can get some amount of spotting in the initial months of pregnancy but it is not a period. However if it continues you must show it to the doctor.
spotting is Implantation bleeding which is a sign of pregnancy so yes you could be pregnant
yes if the test was wrong
If you have a negative pregnancy test, you are probably not pregnant. What makes you think it's not your period? (ie. did you have a pos pregnancy test earlier?)
That's a classic sign. You could be. A lot of time people think that it there period and months later find out ther months pregnant that why the doctor always ask when was your last normal period
It may be your birth control if you are taking any they cause irregular periods.
See the doctor
It means you are either having a very light period already, or it is still coming.
No. It is possible that you may have miscarried. Go and see your doctor
Could you be pregnancy
Pregnancy is still a possibility. Many women can confuse spotting during pregnancy for a period but it's not. Spotting during pregnancy is normal. Take a pregnancy test to be sure.
Go see your GP.
not a period but its called spotting it happens at the beginning of your period
If you are using the IUD, have spotting, and have multiple negative pregnancy tests, pregnancy is not a likely explanation.
ANSWERYES, pregnancy is possible but could be other reasons for spotting and missed period.
No. Spotting can occur during pregnancy.
Your menstrual pattern four months after IUD removal is not related to the IUD. Take a pregnancy test, since your period in the fourth month without birth control was only spotting. If you continue to have spotty periods even with a negative pregnancy test, you can call your health care provider for advice if it's concerning to you.
Light spotting with cramps but no period means it's time for a home pregnancy test.
Spotting is very common during the course of pregnancy and the combined symptoms of spotting then a missed period certainly could indicate pregnancy. However it is very common for women who are not pregnant to have a missed period or spotting. I suggest a pregnancy test which are readily available at almost any store and to consult your doctor.
Possibly. Take a home pregnancy test, and if it's negative, and you still haven't gotten your period, go to a doctor or planned parenthood.
It is more likely that you are having irregular periods for whatever reason, and the spotting is what you are having as a period. If you miss another month, it probably is time for a checkup with your doctor.