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    Default HELP! Spotting from CD24 or 1-2 DPO

    Hi ladies I started spotting red/brown on CD24 and it's still happening today 4 days later.....Anyone else experienced this before? Is it implantation or ovulation bleeding? Any help is appreciated!!! Thank you

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    Default HELP! Spotting from CD24 or 1-2 DPO

    How many dpo are you?

    Eta: haha whoopsie now I see you're 1-2dpo. I would say it's to early for implantation bleeding but could be ovulation bleeding. Bding (a lot)can also irritate the cervix and cause bleeding in some cases as its a highly vascular area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grace View Post
    How many dpo are you?

    Eta: haha whoopsie now I see you're 1-2dpo. I would say it's to early for implantation bleeding but could be ovulation bleeding. Bding (a lot)can also irritate the cervix and cause bleeding in some cases as its a highly vascular area.
    Hi @grace yes that's what I thought....unless my OPK was incorrect and I ovulated earlier? Thoughts?

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    Default HELP! Spotting from CD24 or 1-2 DPO

    Quote Originally Posted by Bub077 View Post
    Hi @grace yes that's what I thought....unless my OPK was incorrect and I ovulated earlier? Thoughts?
    Again, this *may* be possible. It's really hard to say unless you know 100% the day you ovulated. That's why I like temping. Even a change in hormone levels can allow for some bleeding. If there's one thing I've learnt on this TTC journey- it's that anything is possible. Our bodies do weird/crazy/amazing things sometimes... I guess you'll know more in a week or so

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    @Bub077 I had a similar issue last cycle I started spotting CD 17 through until CD20 I thought it was strange too but lots of things can cause it. Stress, change in diet, natural herb supplements as well as ovulation or implantation!! Fingers crossed For you its implantation!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WanabeMumma View Post
    @Bub077 I had a similar issue last cycle I started spotting CD 17 through until CD20 I thought it was strange too but lots of things can cause it. Stress, change in diet, natural herb supplements as well as ovulation or implantation!! Fingers crossed For you its implantation!!
    Thank you wanabe I hope it's the latter.

    TMI - it's defiantly more brown than red. Please be implantation bleeding!!!!!!


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    Mine started as brown but got more red as the 4 days went on so I knew mine couldn't be implantation! The fact it's still brown is a good sign!! Fingers and toes crossed for you!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WanabeMumma View Post
    Mine started as brown but got more red as the 4 days went on so I knew mine couldn't be implantation! The fact it's still brown is a good sign!! Fingers and toes crossed for you!!!!
    Thank you so much! I guess I will know in a weeks time. Thanks for all your help ladies x

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    Looks like the spotting has finally stopped! fingers crossed!!!

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