Was it her?

Discussion in 'Trying To Conceive' started by Lil C, Apr 27, 2009.

  1. Lil C

    Lil C Mummy!

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    Has anyone had this? I'm on cd82 but last thursday had the lightest bleed in the world! Could only see it when I wiped (tmi) but yesterday it stopped completely. Cycle normally lasts 7 days.
    My scan is another 2wks away and I'm getting so impatient! I just wanna know what's wrong so I can fix it!
    Did the witch get me or was it something else?
    TIA x
     
  2. caz81

    caz81 Well-Known Member

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    could have been implantation bleeding if it was really light xx
     
  3. seattlemama

    seattlemama Mommy & Pregnant!!

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    It could be implantation bleeding, maybe wait a few days and then test. Have you taken a PG test lately? Hope it wasnt her and it was implantation bleeding!
     
  4. Lil C

    Lil C Mummy!

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    Thanks guys! When does implantation bleeding normally happen? It's just I last tested over a wk ago but we've not BD'd for a few weeks! Have too much pain in my ovaries I'm scared it'll hurt more! X
     
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    caz81 Well-Known Member

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    it can happen 1-2 weeks after conception i think xx
     
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    Crailly Well-Known Member

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    Implantation bleeding can take place on average between 6 to 12 days past ovulation.

    The other thing is that some women (me included) can experience spotting at ovulation.
     

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