If you suspect you are pregnant and you are bleeding heavily you should go to the ER ASAP.
spotting is Implantation bleeding which is a sign of pregnancy so yes you could be pregnant
Hello, Spotting can be caused by many things, not just pregnancy. Spotting is caused by: * Pregnancy - Implantation bleeding. * Irregular period. * Hormonal imbalance. * Withdrawal bleeding. * Break-through bleeding while on Birth control. * Urinary tract infection. * Yeast infection.
Any spotting or bleeding in pregnancy is abnormal so it doesn't matter what color it is.
Signs of pregnancy on the implant are lack of bleeding and positive pregnancy test. Irregular bleeding on the implant is a side effect, and not a sign of pregnancy.
Women don't actually have periods while they are pregnant. Women often exprerience irregular bleeding and/or spotting during pregnancy which may make women think they are having a period when they really are not.
You are unlikely to be pregnant on the implant. Signs of pregnancy are absent bleeding and positive pregnancy test.
Yes, irregular bleeding or spotting is a common side effect of the contraceptive implant.
Not very likely. But you should take a pregnancy test after the bleeding stops.
pink spotting is a pregnancy sign you could be well pregnant its called Implantation bleeding
Yes. It is possible to have a period even if you are pregnant. Some signs of pregnancy are spotting and lack of/irregular menstrual cycles.
Spotting can be normal in a pregnancy, but if you have a lot of bleeding call you Dr. ASAP. However, even for light spotting you should go to the walk in clinic today. Good luck
Hello. Spottingis usually called irregular bleeding, spotting or break through bleeding. Its only called break through bleeding when taking birth control pills. Its a good idea to rule out pregnancy when this happens.
You may have irregular or absent periods on the contraceptive implant. YOu may also have extra spotting or bleeding. All of these are normal. If you have sudden absence of bleeding after a long period of spotting, take a pregnancy test.
Spotting at any stage of pregnancy is NOT normal, see a doctor.
Spotting is common after a pap smear, particularly during pregnancy. Contact your health care provider regarding any spotting or bleeding while you're pregnant.
Any spotting (bleeding) during pregnancy should be reported to your doctor.
Yes, also known as implantation bleeding. It can mean all sorts really. Spotting can be Implantation bleeding which doesn't always mean your pregnant and spotting should be checked up by a doctor or midwife. If you think you may of had spotting take a pregnancy test cause the results should work.
Absolutely. In a woman who is in fact pregnant, the bleeding stems from the egg implanting itself into the uterus. It's called "spotting".
Typically women that experience a "period" during pregnancy really only have slight bleeding with implantation. This is called implantation spotting. If you have confirmed you are pregnant, you should see a doctor for any bleeding.
This can be a indication of pregnancy. If your already pregnant, then mention the bleeding to your doctor.
Some people experience bleeding or spotting during pregnancy that can make them think they're having a period.
Any pregnancy bleeding is scary, even though about a quarter of pregnant women experience some bleeding. Pregnancy bleeding is sometimes just spotting. Pregnancy spotting is not heavy bleeding and should not soak through a maxi pad. Spotting is a very light flow as if in the last or first days of normal period cycle. In addition, it should only occur during the first trimester of your pregnancy. There should be no bleeding in the second and third trimesters of your pregnancy. Pregnancy bleeding can be more serious and can signify a serious problem. Bleeding may be a sign of early or preterm labor. It can also be a symptom of an infection in the cervix. It is important to call your health care provider right away any time you have pregnancy bleeding, and tell them how much you are bleeding, for how long, and what the blood looks like.
yes you very well could be if youv had unprotected sex, but id surgest a pregnancy test to confirm it. if you've been on any sort of birth control pregnancy signs are common when coming off it it can also cause irregular bleeding such as spotting light bleeding or a full blown dragged out period.
Yes, you can.Spotting is a sign of pregnancy.
Spotting after a pap smear is common, particularly during pregnancy. All bleeding during pregnancy should be discussed with your health care provider.