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Ok, this is getting weird. I've posted before but this is basically an update. I had my IUD removed after 13 years on Oct 31st. Should have ovulated around Nov 1st. Was 6 days late and when my period finally started on Nov 21st it was thin bright red blood. No cramping, no PMS symptoms at all. It lasted 2 full days and I spotted on the 3rd. The 4th day today, I did another pregnancy test just out of curiosity, negative result. Now, my question is....will the bleeding for a short time throw my ovulation earlier than it would normally be or is it still possible that I'm pregnant?
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As long as I know does the length of bleeding not effect the moment of next ovulation. Get some ovulation testers to check what's happening.
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