Hubby and I are ready to try to have a babay.. I was on Depo for about a year. My last shot was 01/2011 I didnt have my first period until 10/08/11. I did the whole fertility/ovulation calenders and my fertile days were 10/21-10/25. On the 22nd I had some very light spotting only for a few hours and it was only in the morning. My hubby and I were active every day during my fertile time. My next period was due on 11/05/11 according to the calenders. Well on 10/31/11 I started spotting it was a lil a pink I thought my period was coming early so I used a couple of tampons but each time I took it out there was a little brownish burgundy only on the tip and there was a bit of mucus on them. (sorry for the details). It lasted up until the 11/03. Never got heavier I didnt even need a pantyliner it was only when I wiped.I took a pregnany test on 11/07/11 and it was negative. I started spotting again on 11/11/11. It is very light and I only see it sometimes when I use the bathroom but not all the time. Please help its making me crazy what is going on? Can it my body is just getting back on track? Do I need to make an appt with my doc?View Thread
Sorry its been a while... No I have a daughter from someone else. My daughter is 6 yrs old. My hubby wants a child of his own eventhough he is amazing to my daughter and in my daughters eyes he is her Dad because her real father which I like to call the "sperm Donor" is not in the picture. Its been about 11 days since my last spotting session and today I am starting to spot again.. I guess its my body trying to decide if its ready to flow or not lol... It's ok if it doesnt happen right away. We want to try to buy a house next year and I am trying to lose weight right now. So I am kind of leaving it to the man above and see what happens Hope you had a nice trip!!!View Thread
Well I will take your advice and start taking the prenatals, I didnt even realize that I am close to my one year mark.. wow I hope my period gets on trac soon I didnt tell you my hubby is a truck driver and is only home on the weekends so I think thats going to make it even harder. Well we are in this together!!! Hope we get our BFP soon!View Thread
Oh I dont mind the long response I actually told my self I wasnt going to look on here anymore and not worry about it and let it just happen but that is soo hard! We both want a baby. I have stopped trying to track as of my first what I consider real period which was 10/08/11 I have been spotting every 9 days for about 3-4 days. So weird its not enough to use a tampon or pad I just use pantyliners everyday cause my period has a mind of its own! I thought I was going to get a normal period on 11/23/11 cause of cramping but it was just spotting for 3 days. I am taking folic acid I have considered taking a prenatal vitamin but since my hormones dont seem to know what they want to de yet I dont know if that will make it worse at this point. What do you think? Maybe we can continue to be support for eachother until we both get our BFP! Nice talking to you and thank you for letting me know my body is not crazy View Thread
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