just wondering if anybody else has had spotting 2 weeks after af. i am so confused...just wondering if there is a posibility of pregnancy or if there is something that i should be worried about. has anyone else had this happen to them and turned out to be pregoo??
Hi!I have never had spotting myself but have heard about some women spotting during ovulation.If you have a 28 day cycle then you would ideally be ovualting 2 weeks after af.I think this spotting would be associated with ovulation in that case.However if you have a shorter cycle and ovulated earlier then this spotting may have other indications possibly implantation.Its recommended to wait till you miss your period to get a proper result on the test.
Was your last period lighter than usual? With my daughter, I had a light period the first month that I was pregnant (implantation bleeding). Then, it turned into brown spotting that lasted the entire next month until I was supposed to start af again. When I should have started, the spotting dissapeared and nothing. I was then 2 months pregnant....had started to feel sick, and figured everything out. If this could be your case, you would get a positive result now. Just by a 2 pack hpt, take 1 now, one later....good luck to you!!! Also, I had gotten off clomid 3 months prior...I took it for 5 months and never got pregnant on it. I conceived 3 times on my own since then.
Yes - spotting at ovulation is a sign of very ripe fertility. I have had it twice in my 33 years.... some people it happens all the time, some people never... but it's a good thing as Martha would say...
I'm also experiencing this problem. It's my first time for spotting 2 weeks after. i've been feeling really odd the last 2 weeks as well...not being able to eat properly/enough and have had a few migraines.
could these be signs of pregnancy? I may just get a test to make sure.
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