I think that usually there are a couple common reasons to bleed mid cycle. Sometimes people can bleed slightly with ovulation, which is an excellent fertility sign. The bleeding occurs from the ovum being released. Another reason to bleed mid cycle is implantation spotting. If the egg has been fertilized and implants in the uterus, this can cause slight bleeding. Implanation bleeding usually occurs 6-12 days after fertilization would have occured. There are of course other reasons.. but those are two that are a possibility. Good luck!!View Thread
haha.. thats awesome about your family and how excited everyone is. It's so fun to have babies. My DH loves our little girls to pieces, and my DD just loves her little sister. I am so happy with how things have turned out and look forward to another one. Good luck to you, hope your levels keep going up!!View Thread
Things are wonderful! Emma is a doll. She's such a good baby and her big sister Brooke just loves her. She's very healthy, she weight 8lbs at birth and eats well and sleeps great. She's beautiful and we feel so blessed.
I can't tell you how excited I am for you. I know you have tried for quite awhile, and I read that you had a failed IVF. That must have been heartbreaking, but what a joy to turn around and get pregnant - completely on your own! Now you know you can get pregnant without even any medical interventions! That's such a miracle and a blessing! How did you find out? Were you still trying without meds - or was it a complete shock to find out? May 10th huh? What a great time to have a baby. My little girl Brooke was born in April and it's so beautiful outside, fun to take them out and go on walks, etc.
I am just so happy for you and I hope everything continues to go well. I will be looking for more updates - you should join on PAIF! View Thread