I had what I think to be implantation bleeding last night. I was 12 dpo then, I have a normal 28 day cycle. The bleeding was pinkish/brown mixed with lots of CM and only lasted about 3 hours. It never reached my underwear, just had it when I wiped. Last period was on Jan. 29 and I ovulated on the 2/12 and we baby danced on the 9th,10th,12th,and 14th. Then yesterday which would have been 12 days after ovulation I had this spotting. I am due for my period on 2/26 and was wondering when I can take HPT and get an accurate reading? Thanks so much for all of your help!!
It is said to wait 2-3 days after implantation bleeding because you have to let the hormones get strong enough in your urine for it to show... which puts you directly on the dot when your period is due ;) Best of luck to you and let us know when/if you get your bfp!
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