Intermenstrual bleeding is that which occurs between regular periods. Women who are not taking a contraceptive pill or implant but who have a regular cycle may occasionally experience spotting. This is generally because of a variance in their ovulation cycle or other menstrual issues. Though this symptom is not always serious, significant bleeding between periods could indicate an underlying problem and should be investigated by a medical practitioner.
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