I wasn't sure where to post this but here goes.. I have an average 30 day cycle, And Ive never tracked or figured out my ovulation patten.
I had Sex without any birth control on CD12
on CD14 i started spotting brown blood, it was stringy and jelly like. Sorry tmi.
I was guessing it could be due to Ovulation but I've never bled mid cycle before so I didn't know. It's gotten thicker and heavier over the past 5 days, today I am CD19. Apparently ovulation bleeding lasts 1-2days.
It's not really a flow though, it's only a few drops on my undies most of it comes when I go toilet, and it's always brown. (I did have one drop of red yesterday) Tmi again sorry. Any help, advice or similar experiences? Could this be a sign of pregnancy?
Hi! I'm also a regular 30 day cycle and don't usually have ovulation bleeding, but I had it the cycle i got my bfp, it lasted 3 days, and was red and brown. If your bleeding is a little after ovulation it could be implantation bleeding. Were you tracking ovulation or just going off of a calender?
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