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    Quote Originally Posted by Chocciequeen View Post
    Nope not in the poo only when I wiped.... It only happened last month when I went for number 2 and then would disappear in between, then a few days after that spotting started for about 5 days then Af arrived. I'm using this means I'm out again for this month 7 days before I'm even due. I thought maybe I'm lacking in progesterone or something which could be making this happen? It it is something to do with clomid....?
    Clomid should not cause irregular bleeding.
    Firstly, you need to establish where the blood is coming from. Is it definitely vaginal bleeding? Is it dark red or bright red?
    I would not read too much into it just yet, if this is only the second time it has happened, and you usually have normal cycles.
    Let's see what happens, and go from there.
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    (Obviously, if the bleeding becomes significant, and you feel dizzy or light-headed, you should see your doctor.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chocciequeen View Post
    Thanks rainbow, just went to the loo to check again and no sign of any blood, it is only with a bowel movement, maybe it's the strain on those muscles... Hmmmm
    PS. If it is only associated with a bowel movement, and the blood is bright red, it is very possible it is a little external haemorrhoid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waitinghoping View Post
    Hope everything is ok Mylittlestar

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    Still waiting for AF.... though I had what I though looked like cloudy ewcm last night and massive pains (like O pains) right as we went to bed but was just too tired to dtd as I drove 400km and attended a 50th today.. bet I never ovulated now my body has tried again and I missed it...
    If you are CD37 today (is this correct?), then it is very unlikely you are in your fertile window now. You are most likely experiencing pre-menstrual symptoms. I hope you get some sleep, and your period starts soon. Mine started late yesterday, and I feel so much better emotionally; the hormonal changes can have a profound effect on mood!
    New cycle, new hope. That's how we must look at the situation.
    Hugs, J.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Ha!...That's funny, but you're right...The Sudafed Phenylephrine is rubbish; a handful of amphetamine-manufacturers ruined it for everyone!
    Luckily all of my medication is taken care of by work, we have an in-house pharmacist as well. So everything that is prescribed to people through our system is tracked very closely.
    It's great because it means that a) there's little to no chance of drug abuse and b) we're still able to get the 'good' stuff without a fight because they know our histories very well.

    It's funny though, when I went in to see the pharmacist the first time to get it he had a big laugh about how useless PE is, and that he's glad he can still give the real stuff to us because he feels sorry that the general public isn't aware of how cr@p PE actually is! Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    PS. If it is only associated with a bowel movement, and the blood is bright red, it is very possible it is a little external haemorrhoid.
    It's definitely only vaginal bleeding, last month it happened around the same time which was the first time. Is this an indication that I need to get checked for something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    Thanks girls. I'm feeling a bit blah knowing that's it for this cycle...no more inseminations...but, if it's going to happen, it will. Hoping those little guys will wait patiently for my egg to pop!!!
    FX for you rainbow! After all the effort you have to go to, I'm hoping you get a BFP quickly *grin*.

    As with everyone else of course *double grin*.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyLittleStar View Post
    Just started bleeding a little. Going to hospital to get checked
    Oh honey, I hope everything's ok. But don't worry too much yet, it's not uncommon to bleed from your little bug digging into your lining a bit more firmly. I had a pretty drastic bleed with DS at about 6 weeks and he was just fine .

    Please let us know how you go *hugs*.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Once the OPK becomes positive, ovulation usually occurs 24-48 hours later. There is no need for further testing. Some women have a brief surge, and others have a slower LH rise and fall (hence the "fade in, fade out" pattern). The most important "take home" message is that once the OPK becomes positive, the two most fertile days of your cycle have begun. There is no need to wait. It is recommended that once the OPK becomes positive, you have sex for the next 3 days to maximise your chances. Some women will ovulate sooner than others after their positive OPK, and there is really no sure way to work that out; as I have said repeatedly, pelvic pain is such a poor predictor of ovulation. OPKs, BBTs, cervical mucus and position, are your best bet.
    It is better to do your OPK later in the day, as LH is processed into the urine later in the day (as a general rule). And twice-daily OPKs as you approach mid-cycle will "catch" those women who have a brief LH surge. So, 11am and 6pm, for example, would be a good place to start.
    Does that help?
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    That helps, thanks. I'll stop testing after the positive. I should be o'ing sometime near the end of this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shelby27 View Post
    I didn't think you where meant to use opks in the morning, I thought they recommend around 2pm, have I got this wrong?
    I thought the same thing but the instructions on the CB digital say you can use FMU. They work differently to the other ones. I would have done 2 the day before but I was at the snow and had no chance of carrying an opk lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chocciequeen View Post
    It's definitely only vaginal bleeding, last month it happened around the same time which was the first time. Is this an indication that I need to get checked for something?
    That happened too me so my GP suspects endo and is sending me to a gyno for a lap! I also cramp on and off through my TWW. It's def worth seeing your GP x


 

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