I am 12 dpo today & AF expected (NOT) on Monday, April 21. Last night after intercourse, I found brown flakes as I wiped with a tissue & the same over my DH's. What could be the possible reasons? Indication of AF coming? Or could this mean a good sign, since we have been TTC for quite some time now.
Also, I could not find any answer to my query anywhere as to why PMS & early pregnancy symptoms are pretty much the same (considering the fact that your progesterone levels drop significantly if AF is on the way & the very same progesterone levels increase if pregnant).
Your valued opinions & comments are highly appreciated.
since its so close to your menstral cycle starting. it could have been an implantation bleeding or your cycle getting ready to start. you won't actually know until you take a pregnancy test. do you have any symptoms of being pregnant? sore boobs, lower back pain, headaches, nausea, fatigue, discharge?
The symptoms I have noticed are:
Mood swings like never before, felt super bloated around 9 dpo, increased appetite and sleepy more than usual...
And I believe all these symptoms are also a sign of PMS???
It could be implantation bleeding or if you are pregnant, there is increased blood flow to that area so if it was irritated during sex it could lead to some bleeding. I had this when I was pregnant with my first. She's 14 months old and healthy.
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