Hi everyone, I'm new in here and here's my story. I'm 29 years old. I've had a history of ovarian cysts and endometriosis when I was 19. I had 2 laparoscopic procedures, 1 when I was 19 (when they found the endo and cyst) and last dec 2011. The dec 2011 surgery was normal nothing was found, I was just having pelvic pain a lot so she just decided to go in to make sure. My husband and I have been TTC for 5 months now. My cycles are normal ( every 28 days), always on time and I'm never early or late. Also I have never spotted even after stopping birth control in August. My period started feb 9th and ended the 13th. On feb 27th (10 days before period is due) I had some pinkish, light brown spotting start, which like I said has never happened before. The brownish spotting has been consistent every day, not heavy, just notice it really when I wipe or a little on my underware. On sat march 2, I noticed some light cramping which lasted a little into Sunday. Monday no cramping but noticed the spotting was a little darker but still had the lighter brown too. My period is due Feb 8, and today the 5th I have menstrual cramps that have lasted all day so far and "period bleeding." It just doesn't make sense to me because when I saw the spotting last week I was so excited and even my boobs feel different, sore still but full and harder. Could this be implantation bleeding? If anyone can give their opinion about this I would really appreciate it. I haven't taken a preg test yet BC I'm nervous it's going to be neg, yet I'm very inpatient. Thanks for your help and advise!View Thread
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