Cervical Mucus after Possible Implantation?? - Please please help!! x
Ok Ladies... Thank you so much for reading this, I don't like asking questions as normally you can find the answer somewhere but this morning I am really on edge...
For almost the last week I have been getting stomach cramps just like most of the ladies on here... again the best way to describe them is as a dull ache as appose to cramps but you understand when I refer to cramps this is what I mean...
Now for TMI... Last night I went to clean my BBT ready for taking my temp this morning and noticed that the CM on there was slightly pinkish So this morning after taking my temp I decided to poke around and see what I could find...
There is loads and loads of lotiony/damp CM and it is all ever so slightly off colour, I can't really say it looks pink but a guess would be somewhere in the colour chart between pink and brown... One clump had a redish streak in it (almost like a red bit of cotton but I have been wearing white underwear so know its not that) Again sorry for the TMI
Is this what CM should look like after implantation (I am guessing the cramps are implantation??)
I really really hope this is it... thanks for reading and baby dust to you all!
P.s. I know I am bound to get some replies that tell me to test but I tested BFN yesterday and have promised myself that I will wait until at least 12dpo before testing again!
Just thought I better add... The reason I am asking this is because I was under the impression that implantation bleeding was supposed to be more bloody than this... This is just looking like normal CM with a slight tint to it
I have had a similar thing, as well as the cramps.
If you click on my chart, you can see there's 3 days where I've had spotting after Ov. At 6DPO I had a small amount of brown spotting (only noticed it when I checked CM)
And 9&10DPO I had really watery pink spotting, just when I wiped.
Since I've had a little teeny tiny bit of brown mixed in with CM, but barely noticable. Brown spotting is completely normal for me anyway so I tend to ignore it (I possibly have endo, which could be the cause).
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