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so what's going on? Last time I had a 14 day LP was the first regular cycle after my m/c. I wish something would happen already! I've been 'spotting' since 12dpo, not enough to need a pad or anything. I had bright red spotting when going to the bathroom on 12dpo, and then it turned dark brown on 13 and today. My temp is still up, and my CP is higher than it has been since I O'd. I'm getting really frustrated...I just wish *something* would happen!
Kiwimum...Implantation bleeding this late? I thought it happened around 7dpo? I hope that's what it is! Other than the spotting, I'm haveing no other AF symptoms...I had cramping a couple days ago, but none today.
Kudzu-that makes me feel pretty optomistic! I bought a new pack of tests today so I can keep testing
Well its normal to IB 6 -12dpo , you have a dip at 10 and 13dpo, I have no idea if you have but I did read that brown blood from IB takes awhile to go through the body thats why is brown because its 'old' blood. If you normally spot before AF then it could be your AF is late, if its not normal then you may want to check it out.
Yep, from what I've read, you can have brown spotting appear days after it actually happened, thus the reason it's brown. I've also read you can have spotting when the placenta begins to form so you can spot even after you've gotten a positive test. Of course, it could also just be a longer than normal LP. Mine went from 14 to 15 days and anything up to 16 days is still considered normal. Good luck!
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