I am 12 DPO and have been having brown spotting off and on since 10 DPO. The brown spotting is anywhere from a very very light flow to hardly anything at all, but contains alot of tiny dark brown peices/flecks of something that kind of looks like tissue/clots. This morning i had red blood (again with dark brown flecks of tissue), very very light flow, but it changed back to brown by the next time i used the bathroom. I have only needed a panty liner.
Other than that, my breasts are sore and i'm irritable, and my BBT is still above cover line. I'm just waiting for AF to come, i'm due in 3 or 4 days. At 8 DPO i did have some really weird cramping that i've never had before, kind if a tight cramping in my uterus, not like AF cramps at all, then the next day they were gone. Thought *maybe* it could have been implantaion cramps but then i started spotting a few days later. Anyone know what this is? Maybe just the beginning of AF?
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