I have been having light brown spotting for 4 days now. Not really enough to need a pantyliner. It started exactly 1 week before my period. I had a pregnancy this time last year that didn't take & I remember having brown spotting as well, BUT I also remember doing something like this when I was pregnant with my son 3 yrs ago (with a normal pregnancy). (although I don't believe I spotted for days with that pregnancy). No cramping, etc
Has anyone else had this?
I have been under extreme stress this week when the spotting started (a family member was in a tragic accident and almost passed away) but I've never really noticed a change in my periods with any stress. Their very regular.
Has anyone experienced this & actually had a normal pregnancy come after?
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