Spotting can possibly be a symptom of pregnancy.
You could still get pregnant
well the only thing to do is go to the doctor and have a blood test done
If it's your full blown period, chances are 99 out of 100 you're not pregnant. When you're pregnant, your cycle stops. There can however be spotting (usually early on).
It may not be pregnancy. Chances may be there because normally most of the womens will have the same problem it always depends on the generic hormonal changes.
HPT is very sensitive for the pregnancy hormone in your urine. If it is negative, chances are slim to none that you are pregnant. You can always redo the test, or see your doctor for an exam.
You should wait and test again on the day of your missed period. The spotting could be prenancy related, but could also be realted to your period. If you still don't get your period and you're testing negative, wait a few more days after day of expected period.
The chances of pregnancy with protected sex are low, but if you miss your period, take a pregnancy test
Yes, I've had it happen to me when I was pregnant. Please note it should just be spotting nothing heavy and should only last a day or two. Hope this helps and good luck.
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%.
chances of what? Pregnancy? You wouldn't have an actual period while you are pregnant since that's the shedding of your lining and losing that would cause you to miscarry. Some women will have bleeding/spotting during pregnancy when there period would be due, if it wasn't like your usual periods and there's a chance of pregnancy you should test. good luck and i hope you get the answer you want.
You generally will not feel movement in the womb until about the 5th month of pregnancy. If you have had periods and pregnancy tests which come back negative, I would say the chances of pregnancy are slim.