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    Quote Originally Posted by Topaztigerlilly View Post
    OH REALLY... Phewww... I was just googling it and I couldn't find much. Thanks BlotchedTabby.
    There's many reasons you can get a dip in the tww, some good, some bad and everything inbetween!

    Ie. Implantation dip, drinking (alcohol), poor sleep, low progesterone, random phantom tww dip with no explanation ...um, there's probably many more but thats all I can think of atm! I wouldn't worry unless you get lots of dips or have quite low temps.

    Quote Originally Posted by kelstar002 View Post
    Went to the dr today for my pap smear. I mentioned to her about my spotting before 10dpo n how my af is lasting 7-10 days. Along with my other symptoms she wants me to see a gyno in case my endo is back. Unfortunately I cant get in till mid jan next year. Gonna be a long wait but by then if we dont get a bfp it will be up to cycle 7s tww. I told dr we came off the pill one month earlier than I did so to them itll be 8months. Fx thatll give us answers as to y im spotting so early although she didn't seem fussed by it when I mentioned it but a ob/gyn might think differently.


    She also told me my cervix was pointing in the wrong direction. ..instead of being being straight it was tilted to the right. I know ive got a retroverted uterus but never had or heard of this before.


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    Its great they're organising everything so early Kelstar...so if something is up you can get on top of it earlier.

    Your cervix moves throughout the month doesn't it? Retroverted uterus' seem very common...so it wouldn't surprise me if the cervix position could vary between women as well.

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    I had a feeling my endo was back so when I knew I was due for my pap smear I thought id see wat the dr said n she agreed. if no bfp before the appt ill be closer to the 12 month mark than I am now so I hopefully will be able to get the ball rolling to work out what it is if its not endo. Ive had endo twice so hopefully thats all it is and its not too severe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelstar002 View Post
    I had a feeling my endo was back so when I knew I was due for my pap smear I thought id see wat the dr said n she agreed. if no bfp before the appt ill be closer to the 12 month mark than I am now so I hopefully will be able to get the ball rolling to work out what it is if its not endo. Ive had endo twice so hopefully thats all it is and its not too severe.

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    Do you mind me asking what your endo symptoms are & how it gets diagnosed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topaztigerlilly View Post
    OOOH... Let's hope it's an implantation dip. FX...
    I had an implantation dip below coverline at 5am 8dpo and bfp by lunchtime 9dpo I am 9 weeks tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funchu View Post
    Do you mind me asking what your endo symptoms are & how it gets diagnosed?

    "...dreaming of a belly full of life..."


    No probs funchu...first time I was diagnosed was in 2001..had extremely heavy n painful (back and pelvic) af...to the point where I was having days off school every month coz I couldn't get out of bed. After that I went on the pill to control it. In 2008 while still on the pill I started getting really painful periods n pain during bd. Now im off the pill I have reasonably heavy but once again really painful af (back & pelvic). n now really bad o pains...where it sometimes is as bad as af pain. Last month it actually hurt to take steps..my symptoms now mirror what I had in 01 & 08..

    Both times I was diagnosed by having a laparascopy...its the only way to really diagnose it because mine has never showed up on any ultrasound or test. It's keyhole surgery. During surgery they laser away all the spots. Last time I also had a d&c.

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    Still just waiting for AF. Part of me is trying to be hopeful even though the sensible part of me is saying don't be stupid, you've started getting AF symptoms...the brown spotting was almost non existent yesterday, much less than Thursday. Guess I'll wait and see what today brings. Not going to test again unless AF doesn't show by Monday.

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    My AF has been very light and I think it finished yesterday CD 3. I usually have much heavier flow 5-6 days. Do u think this means I will O earlier because AF is ending sooner?

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    Quote Originally Posted by silveryblue View Post
    My AF has been very light and I think it finished yesterday CD 3. I usually have much heavier flow 5-6 days. Do u think this means I will O earlier because AF is ending sooner?
    You might. My AFs were always 3 days long and I usually O'd cd 11 or 12. If you do opks start them a few days earlier just in case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JessiW View Post
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    Still just waiting for AF. Part of me is trying to be hopeful even though the sensible part of me is saying don't be stupid, you've started getting AF symptoms...the brown spotting was almost non existent yesterday, much less than Thursday. Guess I'll wait and see what today brings. Not going to test again unless AF doesn't show by Monday.
    Ive had the same thing with spotting my last few cycles...Brown spotting starts 8 or 9 dpo in the AM by the arvo its gone n then ill get a day or two where its almost non existent then af shows up. That lasts 3-4 days before af shows up. She hangs around for 3 or 4 full days then back to spotting. Hope it means something different for u....


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    Quote Originally Posted by kelstar002 View Post
    Ive had the same thing with spotting my last few cycles...Brown spotting starts 8 or 9 dpo in the AM by the arvo its gone n then ill get a day or two where its almost non existent then af shows up. That lasts 3-4 days before af shows up. She hangs around for 3 or 4 full days then back to spotting. Hope it means something different for u....Sent from my GT-I9305T using The Bub Hub mobile app
    We are very similar. I usually spot lightly for around three days prior to AF showing, then around 3 days of her then a few of spotting. The spotting preAF is not usually this light though and started a day earlier. Im sure it is just AF coming. Nice if it wasn't though. Very sore bbs today and bloated/crampy.

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