IB question

Discussion in 'Two Week Wait' started by hope414, Jan 30, 2011.

  1. hope414

    hope414 Active Member

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    When is the average day range one can get IB? If I am 13 dpo and on 24 out of a 28/29 day cycle is that most likely to be too late to get IB? I am having some pinkish cm when I wipe....not sure what it means. Anyone have any past experiences to share?
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  2. jules1

    jules1 hoping for a keeper :)

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    If you're 13 dpo on day 24 of a 28 day cycle then you must have ovulated quite early which might mean your period would come a little earlier. It's really difficult to tell, some people say IB happens around 7-9 dpo... I had it at 14 dpo but went on to miscarry so I don't really know if it was IB or just hormonal changes. I often get spotting before my period and it seems to be part of my normal cycle. I know it's hard, but you just have to wait and see I suppose because everyone's body is different and every cycle can be different. I try to keep a diary so I can see what's normal and what's not but generally I have a new symptom every month! Fingers crossed for you, if you're 13dpo tomorrow you should get an accurate result on a pregnancy test xx
     
  3. hope414

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    It is so true...every month I have a new symptom that I am SURE means that i am pregnant:blush:. This month I had a positive newchoice HPT 12dpo (had two negative test with the same urine after the fact) so I really thought this month was month. But I know I should not be getting excited because of the spotting....sigh....guess I will try again in the morning with a more accurate test.
     
  4. jules1

    jules1 hoping for a keeper :)

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    Wow, a positive hpt sounds really promising - it's very rare to have a false positive!! Let me know how you get on with fmu and fingers crossed xx
     

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