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December 24th, 2012, 10:54 AM
ArmyWife28's Avatar Praying for a Miracle
Join Date: Sep 2012
Location: Colorado
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Hi Ladies,

I'm 7DPO, I went to the bathroom a little while ago and noticed pink to reddish spotting/discharge it wasn't light but wasn't heavy either.

My next expected period is on the 30th, I usually spot 3 days prior to my period but my period is 6days away.

Any ideas does this seem like implantation bleeding? And how has implantation bleeding been with everyone else? Heavy, Medium, Light? How long has it lasted also?

Thanks in advance
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December 24th, 2012, 11:12 PM
Frozenoj's Avatar Mega Super Mommy
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It could definitely be IB! Implantation normally happens 6-10dpo so 7dpo would fit for that. The cycle I got pregnant I didn't have any spotting until after I got my BFP, but that was probably an early sign of my impending miscarriage rather than IB. So I don't have any experience of whether it was light or heavy or whatever. If it is IB you should be able to get a BFP in two days.

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