Am assuming you are trying to conceive. So, here is some info for you -
Spotting is light bleeding from the vagina. It's similar to, but lighter than, a period. It varies in colour from red to brown. While it's not exactly normal, light bleeding or spotting during pregnancy is fairly common, particularly during the first three months. It is usually caused by something minor or turns out to be 'just one of those things'.
Talk to your doctor. Even if it stops within the first day, it's best to call. Spotting may not always be a sign of a serious problem, but your doctor can check whether there is an underlying problem or complication. You may need an examination or an ultrasound scan to rule out any complications and to make sure that you and your baby are fine.
Be specific about your symptoms. Do tell your doctor:
- whether the discharge was light pink, brown or bright red
- whether the flow was light, heavy or accompanied by clots or tissue
- whether you experienced pain, dizziness, fever or chills
- whether you have had to use sanitary napkins to soak the discharge, and if so, how many
This will tell your doctor how heavy or light the bleeding has been, and she will be able to advise you accordingly. Good luck