So here is my delemia I am now 14 dpo or so I assume I used a OPK and had my lh surge on day 14 I normally have a 30 day cycle so my AF is due in 2 days. Yesterday I had some cramping and very light pink spotting. I know that it is a little late for implantation bleeding but I have never had spotting like that before my AF and normally don't get cramping until day 2 of AF. I took a HPT yesterday and it was negative. Is there a chance I could be pregnant?
hey! the same thing is going on with me.....my AF was due yesterday but instead i just get reddish brown yuck that is coming out and isnt enough to fill one pad in a whole week! so frustrating! had cramps and the spotting started at about 10-12dpo for me but i NEVER get cramps until i actually am having AF
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