January 16th, 2013 I had intercourse with my husband that next following Tuesday January 22,2013 when I went to wipe it was Light pink. I talked it over with my husband and he had mentioned (TMI) that my cervix was really soft & warmer than usual which is a sign of ovulation I had also cramped that week and etc. We believe the spotting was implantation bleeding & I'm pregnant. What's your point of view on this?
Hi, from what I have read implantation does not take place until 8-10 days after u have ovulated. Is it time for your menstrual cycle? My DH and I are TTC as well. I took a OPK and I ovulated on the 22of this month. But test results are not conclusive until roughly 14days after ovulate. Which is about the time of ur next expected cycle. So I would wait and make sure this is not ur cycle about to start. There are 5 weeks in this month which could also affect ur cycle and it may come earlier or later. Hope this helps and good luck to u!!!
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