it is normal for a women who is under alot of pressure or has alot of stress in there life to spot.. but if it continues to happen and u feel your not stressed out i would definately get checked out... just call the Dr. and tell them youve been having abnormal bleeding and they will probably schedule you for a PAP.
i was having the same problem for awhile and it eventually turned into a non stop period and i went in for a pap and some blood work and found out that i had abnormal cells on my cervix and now im having a biopsy next month to make sure it isnt cancer... probably not the same problem ur having and i dont wanna freak you out but just know women NEED to have at least a yearly PAP just so they know whats going on in there body.we can never be to careful.
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