more opinions please!

Discussion in 'Trying to Conceive' started by kmac, Dec 17, 2007.

  1. kmac

    kmac Well-Known Member

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    Hi All

    Sorry if you have already read this on one of my posts over the weekend!
    But i would really like more people to tell me if this has ever happened to them.

    I am on day 20 of this cycle. On Saturday it seemed like AF had come. I went to the loo and there was bright red blood. Sorry if tmi :oops: It was only there once and there has been nothing since then.
    Has anyone else ever had this?
    I have been ill recently with UTIs and various colds etc.
    I assume it is too early in my cycle to be implantation?

    My last AF was 2 weeks late so things are a bit irregular, I could understand if it was a proper AF but not just a little bit then nothing.
    If last AF had been on time I guess the next one would be due around now. Could it have something to do with that?
    And do I count Saturday as day 1 of a new cycle or not!!??

    Very confused - please help!

    Thanks :wave:
     
  2. Bagpuss17

    Bagpuss17 Well-Known Member

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    I really don't know what to say to help but have you done a pregnancy test? Might be worth doing one.
     
  3. Mildly

    Mildly Well-Known Member

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    It is possible that it could have been implantation or, as your AFs are irregular it could have just been mid-cycle spotting. I wouldn't count it as day 1 of a new cycle. Do you know when you ovulated? It might help you to keep a track of your cycle by charting temps or CM. It may help avoid confusion the next time that you experience the same thing.
     

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