For the past three days I have been spotting sporadically. I have never spotted since I have been having my cycles. My cycles have been irregular all my life, but for the last year or so my cylce averages 43 days. I have an app on my iphone that helps me log all the information I need pertaining to my cycle. I havent had sexual intercourse since the end of March. I had my cycle two weeks after that and it last 5 days and it was a regular cylce and it put that cycle at 41 days. My next one was 34 days. And now this one with the spotting it would put it at 21 days. I highly doubt that I am pregnant, but I would like to know what could possibly be the reasoning behind this? Is this normal? I plan to schedule a doctors appointment, are there any specific questions I should ask? Any thing I should note? (Sorry for so much info, but I have never had this happen and never asked a health question in a forum before.) Thanks!
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