We are trying for a baby and tried during my ovulation 2 weeks ago. I0 days later I felt very tired, had bad back ache and my beasts felt fuller. A few days later, so roughly 10 days post ovulation I went to loo and peed out a small stringy clot followed by a bit if red blood. Totally not period blood and also 4 days too early for my period and I'm regular.
I was so worried, looked it up and was relieved to know it sounded like implantation bleeding, which I'd never heard of! For 2.5 days I had the same, a few small clots, redder blood and mild cramping. Now it's been 6 days and I just get a bit of pale brown 'blood' and only when I go to pee.
My period is 1day late which has rarely ever happened.
. But again, negative pregnancy test, nd this is an early response one?
I know I've read don't test until after implantation bleeding as it won't show up? But so infusing and frustrating its now gone on 5 days ( although very little for past 2).
Has anyone had similar and gone on to get a positive result/be pregnant?
Would really appreciate any thoughts or advice.
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