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April 6th, 2007, 01:28 PM
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Hi everyone,
I'm lurking here, hoping someone has experience with this:

I got a BFP yesterday @ 10 DPO and within 8 hours I went from pink spotting to brown spotting to red bleeding. I'm still bleeding today like a light AF, except bright red and thinner than my typical AF. I'm having a bit of cramping, but more of a tugging, much different than AF cramps. The answer i finally got from the OB/GYN is that this might actually still be implantation bleeding, or it might be miscarrying. My AF isn't due until Monday, so I was told to re-test Monday if I don't have a heavy flow and if I continue to test positive they'll bring me in soon for a vaginal ultrasound to determine if it's a viable pregnancy. I'm honestly not holding out too much hope at this point. If nothing else at least we know we can conceive and at least we know with the 1st month TTC that I might have a short luteal phase. If this doesn't stick I'll certainly be tracking my cycle closely so I can get some assistance with my luteal phase if I need it. So, does anyone else here have any experience with bleeding like this?? Thanks for any input!!
Dlrich
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April 6th, 2007, 10:45 PM
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Hi everyone,
I'm lurking here, hoping someone has experience with this:

I got a BFP yesterday @ 10 DPO and within 8 hours I went from pink spotting to brown spotting to red bleeding. I'm still bleeding today like a light AF, except bright red and thinner than my typical AF. I'm having a bit of cramping, but more of a tugging, much different than AF cramps. The answer i finally got from the OB/GYN is that this might actually still be implantation bleeding, or it might be miscarrying. My AF isn't due until Monday, so I was told to re-test Monday if I don't have a heavy flow and if I continue to test positive they'll bring me in soon for a vaginal ultrasound to determine if it's a viable pregnancy. I'm honestly not holding out too much hope at this point. If nothing else at least we know we can conceive and at least we know with the 1st month TTC that I might have a short luteal phase. If this doesn't stick I'll certainly be tracking my cycle closely so I can get some assistance with my luteal phase if I need it. So, does anyone else here have any experience with bleeding like this?? Thanks for any input!!
Dlrich[/b]
I had that with my son. Don't give up hope because it very well could be implantation bleeding. Usually if you are having a miscarriage you bleed pretty heavily. My friend just had one and I recall my mom having several. So if it stays kind of light I wouldn't worry much if I were you. Keep us posted on what happens and god luck honey.
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