Weird stuff ... Very confused ... Help ?

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  1. Cantwait2011

    Cantwait2011 Well-Known Member

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    Hi ladies
    Well, yesterday i had quite bad achy pains on my left side, ranging from quite low (above pb) to across near hip joint, so much so that I had to take to my bed with a hot water bottle - I feel that I have a fair pain threshold) this morning very light achy sensation in same region, hardly there. Then (tmi alert) I felt very wet, thought just cm but went to the toilet and when I wiped, brown dishcharge!.
    Now, sounds like IC / IB, however, only on day 12 of cycle and only BD 2 days ago so this would be far too early right ??? I'm so confused, never had spotting or Mimi bleeds mid cycle before - was thinking it could be eptopic but surely the pain would get worse and I had AF as expected in Dec ?
    Anyone have any ideas ? Will go to docs if pain returns but apart from slight ache and spotting, body just feels tired and heavy today ..

    Tea, biscuits and :dust: to all x
     
  2. leeleeKitty

    leeleeKitty Well-Known Member

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    Could it be from ovulating? Can there be a release of blood when the egg pops from the follicle during Ov? I've never experienced this but then again I don't get OV pains. Maybe someone else can advise you. FX nothing too serious.
     
  3. Cantwait2011

    Cantwait2011 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks leeleekitty, when I got the pains I thought it must be due to ov as about right sort or time, although normally don't get anything ( not quite sure when ov as don't chart) but never heard of that causing bleeding :-/.. Off to google x
     

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