So yeaterday morning I had some brown spotting on my undies when I woke up. Not much at all. Just 3 brown spots. I was soo excited because I started having other symptoms like slight breast tenderness and yesterday I was having cramps only on my right side and I have been a little nauseated.
I woke up this morning and took my temp and it was 96.5. I didn't have any other spotting until around 9:15-9:30. When I went to the bathroom I had some brighter spots. It was a bigger spot then last time and it was red/light red. It was probably 2 1/2-3 inches big. I put a pad on but there is only a small spot now and its light pink. I am still having cramping but not nearly as much and the light pink bleeding/spotting is gone.
Another thing I am having is some vaginal dryness. I'm usually never like this. Is this normal after implantation? Input please!
It may just be mid cycle spotting and not implantation. Pregnancy symptoms wouldn't begin the same day as implantation since it takes roughly 2 or 3 days after implantation for the hcg to be released into the blood and rise enough to cause symptoms. Of course hormonal shifts during the luteal phase can cause those symptoms, but they don't necessarily mean pregnancy. As far as dryness, I'm not sure, but I'd think that you would have more cm bc of all the hormonal changes going on if it was implantation. I've been pregnant 3 times and I get more wetness, but that's just me. I suppose everyone is different.
I had vaginal dryness after implantation! I really didn't notice an increase in any discharge until I was about 6 weeks along. I had quite a bit of discharge leading up to implantation and then nothing after that!! Sounds like you might be pregnant!
Hey ladies, I'm feeling pretty dry down there this month after wat could have been possible implantation 2 days ago! Yikes - I really hope this is a good sign for us as I'm not usually dry leading up to af!! Babydust and more babydust!!! xx
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