the brown coler is most likely just a time you had less flow and as for your cycle if your diet changes or stress or even your activity level changes your cycle can be thrown off if you are that worried i would ask your doctor
Experiencing a period a week after your ovulating is a bit too early for a period. However, if you had sex or TTC then its possible it could be Implantation bleeding. Especially if the bleeding is light.
You are probably ovulating
Yes. Pre-menstrual symptoms. This is what you get before you have a period, often when you are ovulating (releasing an egg)
If you are not ovulating at all, you will not have a period.
Yes, that's possible
Was it a proper period or just spotting? If it was a proper period, if it happens again, you need to speak to your doctor. If it was spotting, then it was probably because you were ovulating because many women experience spotting when they are ovulating (releasing an egg) as this occurs roughly 2 weeks after your period
Hi, I am 48 year old. I have not had a period in 6 or 7 months. I had intercorse yesterday and this morning I began hurting in my lower back, this afternoon I have began bleeding. I am not on birth control. I thought I was finished with that part of my life. Since I started bleeding am I still ovulating?
This is normal. You are ovulating and most women bleed slightly during ovulation
Have you been having unprotected sex? Maybe it is implantation bleeding, when the fertilized egg implants itself in the uterine wall.
It may for the first few cycles, you can expect the bleeding to become much lighter over time. The bleeding while using BCP is breakthrough bleeding, not an actual period, as you are not ovulating. It starts in the days after your last hormonal pill in the packet.
The week after her period
cause you get your period
It is supposed to be 15 days after the beginning of your cycle, which would be before you started bleeding. Because you shouldn't be ovulating 10 days after the beginning of your cycle, and 10 days after.
If you bleed lightly during your periods it is probably because you are ovulating. The difference between a period and implantation bleeding is that a period is heavier and lasts for longer and will need a tampon or sanitary towel, but implantation bleeding is light, not constant and only lasts about 1-2 days. You only need a pantyliner
i'M NOT SURE. i HAD THE SAME SYMPTOMS, AND I AM SUPPOSED TO GET MY PERIOD ON TUESDAY. We are trying to concieve... this could be implantation bleeding.
maybe... but most women ovulate right after their period.
You can become pregnant while ovulating or on your period.
If your period wasn't due & you're on birth control, then this is break through bleeding. Birth control stops you from ovulating. If you're currently on the 7day break or sugar pills then this is normal.
you can not get pregnant while you have your period. you can only get pregnant when you are ovulating. ovulation happens about two weeks after your last period. if you are trying for a baby then the doctors can tell you when you are ovulating
If you don't have periods you are probably not ovulating. See an Ob/gyn
I have heard of something called implantation bleeding. This occurs when a fertilized egg actually implants in the uterine wall. This bleeding would be light & pinkish, not like menstruation.
It is an "old wife's tale" that says that you can't get pregnant while on your period. Some women are ovulating while still on the cycle of "bleeding". Women need to consult their Doctors regarding ovulation and fertility issues.
you do it before your period.. while ovulating.
14 days after her period.
This may be caused by a irregular period or even a early pregnancy bleeding.