I am so confused... this is our first month TTC. My last AF was 12/15 - 12/21. (Usual cycles are 30-32 days) I started taking ovulation tests daily about a week after. Followed test instructions and tried to test early afternoon. Never really got a positive ovulation test except one time in the morning on 12/30. Then had brownish/pink discharge (blood) starting on the 6th. On and off all day. Then the night of the 6th, dark red clot, a little blood but not enough to soak a pad or tampon. Now still have a little brownish/pink discharge. No cramping or any other symptoms. HPT is negative with FMU. So did I have a period? Or was that possibly implantation? If it was AF, it was WAY early and I thought implantation was supposed to be "barely there"? Any advice would be appreciated. Thx!
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