I had my tubes reconnected a yr ago and been trying to conceive ever since but no luck not to say I'm just so disappointed. I got my period on dec 26 and my most fertile days would have been jan 9-15 but I got my period on 13 of jan making this period 11days early the first day was like some spotting brownish/red the sec.day was heavy and still brownish/red then clearing up to almost reg. color can any one give me some reasons why this could be happening?View Thread
Hi well I got mt period 11days early my fertile days were supposed to be 9-15of jan but got my period on the 13 got som spotting brownish and then sec day heavily bleeding still brownish and it's clearing up to like reg. color please give me ur opinion thanksView Thread
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