I generally have long cycles, ranging between 35 - 75 days. Well I am now on CD24 and just went to the toilet and discovered that AF is here and i am talking light flow not just spotting. What could cause such a dramatic change??
hi, ur profile says ur pregnant? is that an new or old post?? cos u shouldnt be bleeding if ur! , if ur ttc and come off the pill etc maybe ur body is sorting itself out?
Yeah sorry its a long story but bascially last cycle I got a string of false positives and so believed I was pregnant for a few weeks. Bloods confirmed that I wasn't pregnant. As a result of being devasted by it I haven't been on here in a while and so forgot to change the status. I have been TTC for 23 months so nothing to do with contraception.
I still have light flow/ heavy spotting going on, but also have LOADS of EWCM.... weird. I normally would only be ovulating around this time, very confusing. Would love any thoughts??
P.S. I haven't used ANY form of tracking my cycle this cycle as just needed to take my head out the game for a bit after the false positives.
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