Spotting but No Period?


Spotting can occur if no menstrual period is present. Spotting is usually abnormal and can occur in an irregular pattern. Spotting almost always occurs when no period is present, otherwise it would not be noticeable. There can be several different reasons why spotting can occur. The list includes sexually transmitted disease, polycystsic ovary syndrome, infection, and ovulation. Spotting can also occur if certain methods of birth control are used and if there is an object, such as a tampon, left in the vagina.
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