I had my BFP 4 days before period was due on the 12th September its was fainter than the control line but definitely there and everyone i shew could see it clearly. On the 15th i started getting lots of discharge with spots of blood in and i didnt really think much of that and maybe thought it was implantation bleeding or something to do with that, however on the morning of 16th September (4 days late) i started to bleed lightly with dark brown blood which later turned pink which seemed to be very watery this lasted for 3 days and was nothing like my period, very confused as to what is going on could it have been a miscarriage???
I literally just had this happen to me this week. I got a bfp last friday and sunday. Then Tuesday started bleeding like you describe, called the nurse and she made me an appt for the next day. I went in and they did a urine test which was negative, did an internal examination and concluded I had a chemical pregnancy. Good news is that I don't have to wait to ttc again. Dr told me that I should ovulate and maybe get pregnant here within the 2-3 weeks.
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