This is my third cycle TTC. I ovulated CD 14 and am now 12 dpo. AF is due 13 dpo. Late evening of 11dpo, i had some very light brown spotting. Then again on 12 dpo. On my last cycle, AF came 13 dpo so I think I should get my period tomorrow. I took a test on a cheapie internet strip 11 and 12 dpo and it was BFN. Could the brown spotting be implantation? Could I be just have premenstral spotting (I usually get it)? I don't feel any AF like cramps like I usually do when I have pre period spotting. In fact, I don't feel like AF is going to come like I have been the past 3 cycles. Also, the past 3 cycles, I knew as early as CD 2 or 3 that I wasn't going to get pregnant this cycle. This cycle, however, I got this feeling after we BD on O-day that something was going to happen. I guess I will know in the next 12 - 36 hours if I'm PG.
To be honest, if I'm not PG, that's Ok. I'd deliver at the end of January, right in the middle of my last quarter of nursing school. I keep telling myself that DH and I are going to wait 3 more months to TTC again but I am SO ready for a family. So is DH. We will see!
i always get brown spotting/discharge before AF i've actuallu got it at the mo as AF is due either today or Wednesday. I think this may be the start of AF for you but if AF doesn't show in a few days time i would test again. Best of luck
Yup, right on schedule. My period showed up right on time. After 3 months of watching my cycles, at least I have figured out I pretty much tick like a clock. That's helpful.
The worst thing about TTC is the waiting. It's like "i just want to know already!" so you can make decisions and make plans. Now that AF showed, I know what's going on. It's a big relief. Still trying to decide if we are going to wait a few months or get back on the horse! We will see. I have preseed for this next cycle so hopefully, the next one will be it, no matter when we start trying!
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