It's been a few days past my ovulation! I am on CD 26 and my period isn't due for another 10 days!!
Last night I got home from work and when I went to the washroom I wiped and had a very light pink spotting on the tp. It was only the once. I wore a liner to bed and had just one tiny pinky/brown dot and that was IT!! I was super excited to think that maybe it was implantation bleeding?! Not sure..now it's the dreaded wait and see approach!!
Just wanted to know what other people's experiences with IB has been and how did they feel around that time?
Implantation bleeding isnt common,not all women experience this.but you also dont get it 10 days before your period,this happens,generally when you are due your period.sounds more like to me ovulation spotting,exactly what happens.so im guessing you have 36 day cycle am i correct.then you ovulated only 4 days ago.so the egg wouldnt have even implanted yet if you were to concieve (conceive).there is a long process involved before it reaches your uterus.
Thank you. Yes my avg cycle length is 36 days. I was thinking about it after I posted this and then realized that it probably was ovulation spotting. I've never had that during ovulation before so it caught me off guard. Thanks again for your input! :)
We're currently on our 3rd pregnancy, and with our other 2 I never experienced implantation spotting, but did with this one! At 7 dpo, I spotted red blood basiclly for the whole day, enough to where I had to wear a panti liner all day. Then 2 days later I took a test and it was positive! :) I have experienced ovulation spotting as well in previous cycles and it's usually right around ovulation, even up to a couple days after ovulation. I hope what you experienced was implantation bleeding though! Good luck!! :)
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