What Does It Mean When You Have Spotting Between Periods

Spotting can be a signal of several gynecologic conditions.

You should always see your gynecologist if you get spotting between menstrual cycles.

It’s very likely that you had a cycle without ovulation if you have had spotting.

Any uterine condition such as polyps, fibroids, or adenomyosis could produce spotting.

Uterine cancers are very rare for women under the age of 45.

A newly acquired bleeding disorder can cause spotting as well.

Hormone therapy can cause spotting, especially if you are new to a treatment plan, before your body has adjusted.

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Suzanne Trupin, MD, Board Certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist and owner of Women's Health Practice, Hada Cosmetic Medicine, and Hatha Yoga and Fitness

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