CM with streaks of blood

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  1. inertia63

    inertia63 Well-Known Member

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    Hiya

    Just wanted some advice.

    Today I am on CD 10, and last night my husband and I started to try again this month. My cycles are usually anything from 27-32 days long.

    Anyway, this morning I found loads of what seemed to be EWCM/sperm with a streak of blood going right through it. Is this anything to be worried about? Have any of you experienced this?

    One more thing to note: I grabbed a plastic cup, with water in it, and dropped some of the fluid in, and it clumped into a ball & sunk which would indicate EWCM - possibly?
     
  2. Babybear85

    Babybear85 Mummy to Joshua

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    It can be terribly hard to tell whats your mans fluid and your ewcm sometimes cant it. Another little thing to confuse us I think. Not sure about the water in cup method never heard of doing this. Lol. Im not sure about the blood either sometimes your cervix can be a little sensative?? Hope so meone else can give you some more insight
     
  3. rectopathic

    rectopathic Well-Known Member

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    I had the same then had a chemical pregnany, but it is linked to pregnancy so fingers crossed xxx
     
  4. cantwaitforu

    cantwaitforu Mom of two boys and prego

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    I get a spot of blood around ovulation - do you temp/opk?
     
  5. inertia63

    inertia63 Well-Known Member

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    rectopathic - It's too early for me to be pregnant, I'm only CD 10.

    cantwaitforu - Nah, I don't. Previous to this morning though, I had no signs whatsoever of ovulation e.g wetness/increased CM.
     
  6. acgka

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    sounds like you are getting ready to ovulate to me but try checking w a home predictor; blood prob just normal
     
  7. katlin

    katlin Mom of 5

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    it could be that you are ovulating and with u n husband dtd last night it dislodged some of the ovulation blood and its coming out with his fluids and maybe you just hadent noticed it before
     
  8. inertia63

    inertia63 Well-Known Member

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    Isn't CD 10 too early to ovulate though?
     
  9. acgka

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    it might be but you might be getting ready to ovulate so i would start w the testing today and continue till u get a pos
     
  10. katlin

    katlin Mom of 5

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    no everyone ovulates at different times this month i ovulated cd 12 so its hard to say whats early and whats not for everyone because everyone has a different normal.
     
  11. inertia63

    inertia63 Well-Known Member

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    It's pretty unheard of for me to have a 24 day cycle (with a constant 14 day LP)..

    Confused! :wacko:
     
  12. katlin

    katlin Mom of 5

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    we all have our odd months im usually a 28-29 day cycle, but i have had the odd 25 or so you might just be having an off month just wait and give it time and see how it goes if it continues more then 10 days i would suggest seeing your doctor because it could indicate sometthing more serious but otherwise i would worry to bad.
     

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