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    Default how much bleeding when implant ion occurs?

    Hey..
    I was wondering if anyone could shed some light on this. I started bleeding today, it's a little early for my AF, and a little light, but still heavy enough for a tampon..
    Any thoughts?
    I think it might be AF, and I might eat blue cheese and wine tonight… but what if I'm wrong? How can you tell?

    I POAS this morning and it was negative. and start bleeding a few hours later.

    help?

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    Sorry can't help. I'm experiencing this too. But mine isn't heavy enough for a pad or tampon. But there every time I wipe.
    Where are you in your cycle? Estimated days post ovulation?

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    Oh I read it can still take a few more days before you can get a BFP after implantation. Hence why some don't get BFP until after AF is late

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    What cycle day are you and how many days past o?

    Implantation bleeding usually occurs 6-12 days after ovulation.

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    @curlybird @MissFaery

    Turns out for me it was just that B@#*h AF. I started bleeding on a 12DPO. So a bit early.. I peed on another stick a few days later... still said neg.
    AF was a day shorter than normal though... Only 3 days.
    Pretty sure it was AF... but I might Pee on a stick in another week just to be on the safe side.
    How is urs MissFaery?

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    Early AF for me too :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissFaery View Post
    Early AF for me too :-(
    Oh that sucks… so sorry to hear… Bring on July hey!.

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    Baby dust to yoû too Hayley

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissFaery View Post
    Baby dust to yoû too Hayley
    Thanks MissFeary!
    right back at ya!!


 

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