anyone in there 2ww having any bleeding or spotting
I started to bleed a bit yesterday, the doctor says it can happen and not to worry. He tripled my progestorne meds. My test is tomorrow, but I'm really worried about this. Didnt sleep a wink last night and getting up to check about every 2 hours. I know this stress isnt good for me.
I spotted the day after my IUI was complete, but nothing since then. Heather5 is right, it could be implantation bleeding. That is what makes this all so hard you can never tell. My girlfriend thought she had her period only to find out she was pregnant and that the bleeding was implantation bleeding. I know the stress is hard, but we have to keep positive. I am 8 days post IUI and I am hoping the cramps I am feeling right now are implantation cramps, so I am right there with you. Sometimes you feel positive and other times you just cry because you start to lose a little faith. We will have our precious babies, good luck on your test.
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