CD 40/DPO 21 - spotting for 5 days - getting worried
This is my 3rd cycle ttc. I had the implanon removed in December and since then I had a 32 and 30 day cycle. This month I believe I ovulated around CD 19 (from ovulation pains and cm).
I was expecting AF last Sunday but got nothing. I tested on dpo 11 and 19 - both BFN. I have had spotting since Wednesday which varies between light pink and dark brown. It has been very light - not even enough for a pantyliner until this morning. This morning I thought AF finally came but it seems I bled for about 3 hours and then it stopped. Now I have pink spotting again.
I never spot before AF, usually get it first thing in the morning and in full flow. I have no idea whether to treat this is as a very light AF and treat this as CD1?
Has anyone had anything similar? Most websites would say to go and see a Doctor but I am currently working abroad and not able to get to a Dr for 2-3 weeks (unless an emergency).
EDIT - should have mentioned I got a yeast infection around 8 dpo. I have heard that the YI can delay AF. Could it possibly cause the spotting as well?
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