Thank you for share your similar problem. I felt I was going crazy with this and the only one this problem was happened to. What funny is I've try decaffeinated coffee as well and I still spot. So like you have suggest I stop drinking coffee for now. When I do drink coffee I make sure to take pre-cautions ahead of time.
Maybe your correct about something in the brewed coffee chemicals that is making me spot without having a period. I've even limited the amount of intake of coffee, but that seems not to play a very importance part as far as spotting goes it still happens.
I will try some coffee substitutes or herbal coffee and see how my body will take the change of that instead of brew coffee. Which brand is the ultra dark chocolate coffee? That sounds interesting already.View Thread
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