So this is how it goes. My boyfriend and I had unprotected sex 2 days before my period (regular). [and yes I know brown discharge is normal RIGHT after my period, and it was present] And then 5 days after my period (normal discharge), I felt my BBT has elevated (not fever) and then 11 days after my period, I've noticed a reddish-brown discharge (or more like stain) and I still feel like my BBT is still elevated. Its' been 10 days since I'm feeling weird (BBT and the discharge) though I haven't noticed brown discharge today. This is the first time I've experienced reddish-brown stain in the middle of my supposed ovulation. Can anyone tell me what's going on? I'm really confused.
I would get the brown discharge before I start and after my period is ending. I've never heard of this sort of discharge in pregnancy, but of course I'm no doctor lol. I don't think you would be able to tell with the BBT just that soon either, but your best bet is wait another week or so and take a test or go to the doctor. Hope I helped.:)
like you, I also have that same discharge before and after. This has never happened to me before. maybe I'll take the test. but don't you think it's so soon to take it? anyway, thanks for the response :)
They say that you can get accurate results 2 weeks following unprotected sex. A lot of posts that I've read however say that there's didn't show up for like 2-3 months, I've also heard of it showing up immediately the first Month. I guess it all depends on your body though. I'd take the test and if you still think you may be pregnant go to the doctor and have them do a blood test.
The results can be accurate but some people still get false negatives at this stage. If you do get a negative result you should wait until your next period is at least 2 days late. That of course is my opinion. I would wait longer but i don't have a normal period.
I took the test this morning and I got a negative result. I guess I still have to wait for my period. :/
I was just really bothered by the brown discharge I've had noticed the past days. anyway, thanks for the response :)
It is still very possible you are pregnant. I would monitor everything and wait until you have actually missed your period. Cuts back on the money spent on those HPT, as much as we are all anxious to buy them. :-)
Are you actually temping, or just feeling like it's up. Like the others said, tests are always best to take when your period is either due or already late. It's also best to test with first morning urine. Are you trying to conceive?
I'm feeling that it's elevated because I've never experienced a raised BBT feeling for "two weeks" on my supposed ovulation / fertile days for the past years. and no, we're not trying to conceive when we do the deed. he pulled out. But if I'm pregnant, I'd gladly accept it. thanks for the response :)
Hi ladies! it's been two weeks since the last post. Yesterday, I'm a week late for my period and had a negative pt result at the same time. My breasts are sore and sensitive to touch for the past week and my BBT is still slightly elevated. I don't know what is happening to me
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