Thanks for the query.
Bleeding at ovulation is common. It is usually very light in the form of spotting and will subside in a day or 2.In case it is prolonged or gets heavier, kindly consult a gynecologist to rule out hormonal imbalance and causes for spotting like pill related side effects, thyroid disorders, prolactinomas, stress, polyps, etc.
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