Early period, spotting before period, or implantation bleeding??
My last period was 1/25, I started spotting very light brown blood on 2/17 and today (2/21) that spotting which was spotting until today turned bright red with one tiny clot. This was 8 day before my period that I started spotting. Was that a possible pregnancy or did I just spot before my actual period. My cycle is 30 days and it is usually the same. I thought it was implantation bleeding because it was right at the time it should have been implantation but way too early for my period and it still is early. Help!?
Did you have regular period after the red spotting? If you did then you might not be pregnant, as you don't get regular period if you are pregnant, but if you didn't start your period on your expected start date then take a home test honey to confirm.
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