I spotted about a week ago during ovulation. I am only spotting right now and I am suppose to be bleeding. I have been spotting for about 4 days now. What is wrong? Could i be pregnant? I have endo. Could it be that?
If you had unprotected sex, you could be pregnant. How late is your period? Also, if you ovulated a week ago, you are not due for your period anyway. Spotting during ovulation as well as cramps are common. If you were ovulating and had unprotected sex, that would not make you spot. It could be your condition as well. Some months, I spot before starting my period (before I got on the pill) and other months i did not. Every month is different. If you are late for your period, take a test.
I am on the pill. I am 7 days late on my period. I missed the last week of my pills because I lost them. I had unprotected sex 2 days before my period came on. I missed a pill that is why I started spotting for.
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