It's most likely that this is not harmful and is normal as ovulation takes place approximately 2 weeks after Day 1 of your period but it depends on age and other factors such as personal health history, it may also be a sign of mild endometriosis. It is normal to experience changes in the menstrual pattern at various stages throughout life. Ideally you should ask your doctor and I strongly suggest that you do so as he or she will have access to your history, perhaps even the next time you are visiting for something else, but please don't worry. If it is a continuing feature (has gone on for several cycles) or the spotting is heavy or painful, please do visit your doctor or gynaecologist and remember that it may just be a passing and natural occurence with no further implications, or something that can be treated as simply as taking a particular oil/capsule to help regulate a natural imbalance in hormones.
Yes, it sounds like implantation bleeding. Meaning: your pregnant
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.
Most natural. A very soft beginning of the period.
No all the spotting should be light , and not last as long as your normal period. Yes, this is very normal during the early weeks of pregnancy.
no not normal
It could be ovulation or your period coming back. It's usually not normal for a few months after.
Its actually very normal, along with other symptoms i took the pill and I'm on the patch now and it still happens. and some people actually have there spotting flow like there normal period.
If it is a boy, yes. If it is a boy, yes.
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
Spotting is completely normal
I want to know too I been spotting for 17 days now and it started on may 4 my last period ended on april 24?
you can if you are just starting. it's normal for an irregular flow.
It's totally normal. It's just dried blood from your last period.
i hope this answers your question....it can be light pink or brown, if it is red in anyway tell your doctor immediately!!! spotting during the first trimester of pregnancy is common. im 7 weeks and i have been spotting the past 2 days and the doctor told me that it was normal.
Being pregnant and having spotting is very normal, some woman even get there period all throughout pregnancy dont worry you will be fine! but be sure to see a doctor about it just to make sure. but its very normal!