So I ovulated on cd 34 and am now 9dpo. I check my cervix multiple times throughout the day (about 3-4 times) and the last time I check it, about 8:50 tonight, I had orangish-red spotting but only when I wiped. When I checked my cervix my vagina felt very moist and had CM the consistency of egg whites and clear but not very stretchy, if that makes sense. It was also tinged with a tiny-tiny bit of the spotting. My shortest luteal phase is 11 days but last 2 months have been 14 and 19 day luteal phases (I'm pretty sure I have a defect because my doc says I'm ovulating on time but my LP is being weird).
Anyway, I sometimes spot the day before my period starts. Like I'll get spotting Sunday night and by Monday afternoon I'm bleeding. But isn't it a little early for spotting if my period isn't supposed to start for another 2-3 days at the earliest? Am I about to have a 10 day LP or is the spotting something else?
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