Hi, i am new to this site so bare with me, on the 18th of December i had what i thought was my usual period but about a week later was feeling nautious so i took a hpt, it was positive so took 2 more the next day, both positive. Then that night i had sex and started spotting and later on passed what looked like fetal tissue, i would have been 4 to 5 weeks along.
2 days later no more bleeding but the test went negative and my blood test at the doctor confirmed my hcg was only 14. so that was on the 29th of December.
2 days later on the 31st Dec i had a bit of EWCM and my cervix was SHOW, i tested with my maybe baby and it had partial ferning. Same thing the next day with a bit of spotting. Then today i have had a bit more bleeding but only about 2 tsps full but had full ferning on maybe baby microscope.
So my question is can you ovulate while still bleeding lightly?
Thanks for your reply, its only a wee bit of spotting and the doc said since it was early i can try again straight away. Spotting has stopped tonight and cervix feels like it is getting firmer and closing so i could possibly have ovulated.
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