I am looking for opinions on what's happening to me right now! On Friday (9dpo) I went to bathroom and when I wiped I noticed brown tinged discharge (sorry if this is tmi, but it's the only way!) It happened three times through out the day, had put on a liner but nothing ended up on that. Yesterday (10dpo) it was there in the morning only, then today (11dpo) it has been there twice so far. But it's only when I wipe, I've had liners on and nothing. It has been the same colour since Friday.
Tested this am, and bfn. I have been looking up implantation bleeding, but every article is different. The only other thing that I am thinking is that I o'd 2 days late this month, and today would have been the day that AF would have arrived (had I o'd on day 14) so maybe my body is playing a nasty trick?! But that doesn't explain the previous two days! Any help would be appreciated, especially those of you who have experienced IB!! AF is not due until Wed. So I am not going to use a digital until then. Thoughts?
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