7 or 8 dpo thoughts?

Discussion in 'Trying To Conceive #1' started by Lindsay l, Feb 26, 2019.

  1. Lindsay l

    Lindsay l Member

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    So I went off the pill mid pack on Sept 5th. Got my period on sept 11th. Ever since my period has been 28 days, except my last cycle I was 3 days late and I have never been late. This cycle I did ovulation tests and found out I ovulate on cycle day 24 or 25. Saturday I had some cramping so I thought I would be getting my period Sunday (Tmi but I was constipated for 2 days so that may have caused the cramping) When I went to the bathroom Sunday AM I noticed bright red blood, maybe a little orange I'm not sure but pin like drops, you could barely see them. I also noticed some sunday, but could see them even less and they appeared more light pink. I should have gotten my period on Saturday or Sunday for my 28 day cycle.

    Also.... i always assumed I ovulated around Cycle day 12 to 14... so my husband and I always took a break until right before expected period. So I am thinking we have never had sex when I ovulate until this month.

    I don't want to get my Hope's up... but it is hard not too. I was worried about a short luteal phase bc when I saw I ovulated so late and I'm a 28 day cycle. Although last cycle I was 3 days late and I'm never late. There is a long history of endometriosis in my family as well.

    When does implantation bleeding begin typically?
    Would my cycle extend if I ovulated late and was pregnant for a long luteal phase?

    Is it too early to test?
     
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    Also I have been having light cramps that come and go. They do not last long. I have been emotional and sometimes "snappy". The last two night I've had very vivid and weird dreams.
     

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