Ugh, I keep tryng to send you a reply. Hopefully you get one of them. I actually never figured out the source/reason of the spotting. We decided to try IVf and it worked the second time around. I'm almost 7 month pregnant with a girl!
Hi! I have not been on here in a long time! You were asking about the spotting......it was always pre-ovulatory, small amts, bright red. I was having a luteal phase of 8-9 days also. I had infertility workup done and began treatment with synthroid. (I had not been diagnosed prior) My TSH went down to 1.0, the spotting was miniscule and luckily I became pregnant after 1 month of treatment for hypothyroidism.
Do you temperature chart your cycles? I would definitely recommend this if you don't already. Also, the RE I saw was very particular about using Synthroid, not any generic substitute. My sister was taking generic substitute and it was not working for her...she had all the above symptoms as well. Maybe that is a problem for you. Hope that helps. Good luck to you.
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