Yes as a matter of fact most women last period is short and light and some are just light with spotting.
If you had normal period (not short! not light!) - your chances for pregnancy are about 1%. If you had unusual period + pregnancy symptoms - you chances or pregnancy are 50%-60%.
ANSWERFIRST, if you already had normal period (not short! not light!_ - pregnancy should not be expectedSECOND, in general 4-5 days before expected period are not fertile.
Take a test
Since a light period or spotting is ocnsidered a pregnancy symptom in some cases, yes you could be. Take a home pregnancy test and/or see your doctor to test there.
yes best bet is to get a pregnancy test.
Period could be late for several reasons including stress, illness, travel, medication, etc. If you had normal period (not short! not light!) - pregnancy should not be expected.
yes it will
A light, short period can be sign of pregnancy. Take a home test or go see a doctor to be sure.
Take a home pregnancy test and you will have the answer!
If you want to avoid false negatives, or "false positives" (very early miscarriages), the best time to take a pregnancy test is after your period's late.
If you have missed your period, there is a chance that you may be pregnant. Many pregnancy tests are available on the market that can detect pregnancy within a very short time of conception. They can be purchased at many general grocery stores and at a pharmacy. Follow the directions and you should know in a short time if you are pregnant.