This cycle has me really confused. I had pain for over a week (still have it) that started a couple of days before O was due and never went away. I had a very sharp pain Thursday night that only lasted a second or two (1 week after I should have O). My temp was then up the next morning by .6 degrees (still up, but .1 down from yesterday today). I was getting pretty bad cramps this morning and now I have pink when I wiped and it feels like AF. She is not due for at least a week. Any idea what could be going on?
Is it not implantation bleeding? Iv never experienced it my self but a lot of women have, its usually a week after o/ a week before af. It varys between woman some women just spot some bleed for the day. As I cant really giv you any more help id google it. FX for you x
I don't think it's IB as it feels JUST like AF (though light now, which is how it starts sometimes). I'm also having the cramps I would normally get (if I get them) with AF starting. I'll hope it is though. I had no IB with my daughter, so I don't know what it would be like for me. (Had really no bleeding at all with her other than a few spots after a couple of my u/s.)
Just found this, so maybe it's a good sign.
Some women experience a light pink or brown discharge of blood from the vagina after fertilization. Usually, this discharge of blood is very similar to how the menstruation cycle starts and is often mistaken by women to be their period. This discharge which occurs about a week before the normal expected date of menstruation is known as the implant bleeding. When the fertilized egg attaches itself to the uterus lining called the endometrial wall, it forms a linkage to the body’s blood supply and the placenta, causing a release of a small amount of blood, which is referred to as the bleeding at implantation. This bleeding usually occurs at the end of the attachment process.
Most women who have experienced bleeding because of implantation report having no other signs accompanied by it. However, some women experience light cramps, backaches and increased blood flow during implantation bleeding. Often, implantation bleeding is mistaken for periods. There are certain ways that women can use to distinguish between the two. The blood discharge because of implantation is usually less compared to periods, and is light pinkish or brownish in color. Besides, it does not generally occur for more than 2-3 days, and therefore, can easily be distinguished from blood discharge from menstruation.
I'll call the doctor on Monday to get checked if I'm still having the pain anyway. I didn't have this at all with my daughter, so maybe it's a good sign if I start off differently as well.
I think I had some implantation bleeding yesterday. I sometimes spot a few days before AF but, AF isn't due till 19th April. So it would seem a little early. That little extract you have put on here Amjon is perfectly describing me at the moment. But I literally had a brownish small amount of discharge in my knickers. All other discharge is now back to being creamy white. Are you still spotting?
I had to take a nap this afternoon (which I have not had to do before or since I was pregnant). I didn't get tired this early in my last pregnancy though, so I may just be coming down with something.
Oh, and no more sign of blood since the one time this morning.
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