I'm in the same boat I had mine on aug 10th and on Tuesday the 4th I spotted brown then the 5th It got heavier to a dark red now it's a bright red but not my normal cycle I'm not due to start till the 10th according to the implantation calculator if I was to conceive implantation would take place between Sept 3rd till the 7th so at 1st I thought it was but now it's been heavy for the past 2days .. I took a test said neg. but I also read that if it is implantation bleeding to test 2-3 days after I stop for the hcg to be in my pee. We are trying to conceive and my cycle has always been 32 days odd to start on the 26th day,,,, hoping I'm pregnantView Thread
Hello I hope someone can help me out. I'm very regular my cycle is 32 days. Well my husband and I are trying to conceive and my last period was 8/10/12 and according to the ovulation calculator my fertile week is 8/25 thru 8/30 so about 4 days b4 we started trying we did every other day till the end of the month. The next calculator I used was for implantation and it said if I was to conceive implantation would happen between Sept 3rd to the 7th. Well on the 4th I started spotting a brownish color that last about 12 hours very lite spotting then this morning (5th) it turned to a darker brownish-red and become heavier to where I needed to use a tampon. Now 12 hours later it's starting to lighten up some. My question is can this be implantation bleeding if not I'm just shocked to be 6 days early my cycle has been like clock work never changes always 32 days . Can implantation bleeding be heavy? This don't even feel like a period no cramps nothing and not as heavy as my period. Anyone else experience this ?View Thread
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