Can implantation bleeding be heavy until you need napkins? Btw the spotting of brownish blood contains clots, can implantation bleeding consists of clots?
If the bleeding is between periods then obviously it can't be menstrual bleeding - menstruation is your period. If you're seeing mid-cycle spotting the most likely cause is hormonal imbalance causing mid-cycle spotting with hormonal shifts around ovulation. This may be the onset of early menopause.
It is possible that this isn't menstruation at all. Light bleeding mid-cycle may be ovulation bleeding or hormonal imbalances causing spotting. If it's a one-off then it's nothing to be concerned about, but if this occurs on a regular basis it is best to talk to your doctor about investigating the cause.
Yes, it's completely normal to spot before your period - spotting is light bleeding, menstruation normally starts light like this and then gets heavier as it goes on.
spotting and not bleeding.
No, spotting and breakthrough bleeding does not count as the first day of your period. Spotting and breakthrough bleeding is an annoyance that occurs as an unwanted side effect of birth control. However, frequent spotting or breakthrough bleeding can also be a sign that you need a higher dosage of birth control.
No, spotting means light bleeding such as pink or brown discharge - heavy bleeding suggests menstruation, although it is possible to bleed during pregnancy if you are bleeding when menstruation was due then it is likely menstruation.
Spotting is light bleeding, if it is occuring before menstruation it is just the start of menstruation - lighter menstrual flow mixing with discharge, then as your period gets underway the bleeding becomes heavier and becomes normal menstrual flow.
This is just your body preparing for menstruation. Menstruation is triggered by the drop in progesterone, as the levels of progesterone drop the uterus starts to shed - starting with very light bleeding, that then gets heavier as the levels of progesterone continue to drop. Spotting is normal during menstruation.
Many things can cause a woman to bleed besides menstruation. Some types of birth control can cause abnormal bleeding or spotting. Sometimes sexual intercourse can cause some spotting or light bleeding. Stress has been known to postpone or trigger menstruation. The safest way to deal with a problem like this, though, is to see a doctor. There are several adverse things that can cause bleeding also and it is best to find the reason why there is abnormal bleeding to make sure there is nothing wrong or to correct it if there is.
If you take Yasmin continuously, you will get withdrawal bleeding when you get to the next rest period. You may also have unexpected spotting or breakthrough bleeding.
No, clearly if you menstruated you're not pregnant. Spotting after menstruation may be the end of menstruation or mid-cycle spotting as a result of hormonal changes and/or ovulation.
It should be just as the name goes 'spotting' if it looks like your normal menstruation bleeding then it is something to worry about because it could be a sign of something much worse than normal.
Spotting or a light period is normal. If you are bleeding heavily or for more than a few days I would contact you obstetrician to be safe
Menstruation is not possible during pregnancy - however light bleeding may be misaken for menstruation when actually it could be implanatation bleeding or spotting due to hormonal changes. If you suspect pregnancy take a pregnancy test, this is the only way to know for sure.
Chances are that if a woman has only had light bleeding for one day that this wasn't menstruation, instead it could have been spotting as a result of other hormonal changes in the body - for example many women experience spotting during ovulation. If menstruation was due on this day then the light bleeding could have been menstruation, however there wasn't enough of a change in hormone levels to experience a normal period - this can be completely normal if you're in your teens.
You can tell when you're starting your period because you start to see vaginal bleeding - spotting which is brown or pink discharge, or a full bleed. Not all vaginal bleeding is menstruation but it's typically safe to assume this is the cause of vaginal bleeding.
This brownish stuff is known as spotting, and it's perfectly normal. Spotting is just small amounts of blood that mix with discharge, this is normal before and after menstruation as the bleeding starts or as it ends.