17th October 2019

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Is it normal to get spotting before your period?

A normal menstrual cycle occurs every 28 days, followed by menstrual bleeding that usually lasts for about 4-7 days. Some women experience menstrual cycles for longer times, some women experience less. Spotting is the vaginal bleeding after your menstrual period and before your next period.

Is spotting normal?

Spotting is the vaginal bleeding after your menstrual period and before your next period. Spotting can also be noticed as a blood spot or two, or more, and can even potentially resemble a menstrual period. Spotting can occur for many reasons, ranging from normal to abnormal.

Can stress cause you to have spotting?

Yes, yes and yes. Stress can cause just about anything. Emotional stress (depression, anxiety, worry, insomnia) and physical stress (weight loss or gain, illness,poor diet) can both affect your menstrual cycle. The result can be spotting, and late or lighter periods.
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