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    Hello,
    Very new to the forum thing so sorry if I don't make any sense. My husband and I have been trying for a few months and we have finally figured out the length of my cycle. I used the Ovuplan scope on Thursday (25/10) and it said I was ovulating so..... Now this afternoon I have started spotting. Does this mean anything? Thanks for your time. Becca5

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    Default Spotting?!

    Could it be implantation bleeding? Or your period coming early?

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    I have been reading online that implantation bleeding happens after 6-10 days after ovulating. Do you think that it could still be implantation bleeding?

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    Sounds a bit early for implantation bleeding. Mid cycle bleeding is often (but not always) caused by low progesterone.

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    What does that mean in terms of ttc?

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    Default Spotting?!

    Nothing is ever textbook, you could have infact ovulated earlier than you thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Becca5 View Post
    What does that mean in terms of ttc?
    The pg needs progesterone for the pg to continue and thrive. So those with low prog. sometimes have m/c.


 

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