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Hi, I'm doing a non HRT FET and due for ET on Monday. Ovulated yesterday and today I have felt a bit like post epu. :confused: Tonight I have been bleeding a little. Fresh, not an AF type bleed but heavier than say an implantation bleed. Anyone else had similar?
I will call the clinic in the morning but just wondered if anyone had similar things happen.
I have not had anything like that before, but I really hope everything is okay for you. Hugs and best of luck for Monday!
Thanks Erinsmummy. FIngers crossed I will make it to Monday with enough linning to do the job.
I also found this into which I thought was interesting on a general level anyhow. It seems mid month bleeding is not so unusual. Hopefully I wont have anymore.
"Each month generally one follicle will develop and enlarge to the appropriate size and then rupture signaling ovulation. Ovulation is triggered by lutenizing hormome from the brain. The remaining follicle then starts to produce progesterone which makes the endometrium (lining of the uterus) nutrient rich with small blood vessels for the child to implant. If the follicle is of a small size or poor function, the amount of progesterone will be too low to stabilize the lining of the uterus. Women may get “ovulation bleeding”. The estrogen level has been sufficient in the first half of the cycle to build up the lining but the progesterone does not pick up quickly enough or at sufficient levels to sustain the endometrium. The amount and the timing of the progesterone is vital to sustain a pregnancy. Fatigue and breast tenderness occur earliest in pregnancy, with fatigue at 10-12 days post-conception and breast tenderness 3-5 days after conception."
I've never experienced it, but I have heard about it and it's pretty common. Still ring ur clinic to make sure, but it sounds normal!
Hi Asha, I have had ovulation bleeding before. It is a pain but it should go away in a few days. I hope it is fixing itself for you.:hugs: Good luck with your cycle.
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