My husband and I have need Ttc for 18mo we have been seeing a RE. In January we had an IUI done. I took clomid for 5 days (cycle days 5-10) I had a us on 1-20 that night at 6pm I took an HCG trigger shot then on 1-22 we went in for the IUI procedure. The doctor said all was well I had a large mature follicle husbands semen sample was 100% normal. I was due for af on 2-2. I had spotting all day on 2-2 going from a light brown to a dark brown then eventually pink. On Monday 2-3 I started my period around 9am. By the time I left work it had stopped and returned to spotting. The spotting has not stopped since. It is very light spotting. It doesn't even end up on my panty liner just when I wipe. I have had period like cramps since 1-25 they range from mild to at times bad enough to take an ibuprofen ( which I never do, I usually deal with cramps so it has got to be pretty painful for me to take meds) I took a pregnancy test on 2-4 it was negative. I am pretty regular my cycle is between 26-30 days I bleed between 3-5 days starting light then heavy back to light. I've NEVER skipped a period.View Thread
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