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21/04/2014 at 10:34
Hi, My little boy, Logan, was born sleeping on the 15th of February 2014. I bled for 3 weeks after having him. I then had my first period on the 3rd of April 2014, which lasted 3 days, my usual menstrual length. My fiance and I have no intention of having another child however, I have recently began to bleed 2 weeks early, I began spotting on the 18th of April 2014 and today (21st of April) it has begun to look like a normal period. When pregnant with Logan, I had implantation bleeding, which only lasted a couple of days, it was not like a normal period, it was just small amounts of pink blood in my discharge. Am I pregnant? Or is this just my body getting back to normal after having my perfect sleeping angel?
21/04/2014 at 17:14
Didnt want to read and run, im sorry for your loss, they only thing you can do is take that test or ask for bloods to be taken, i cant offer any other advice, i lost 2 babies last year and bled for about 2 weeks after the loss and then my normal period came about 4 weeks later xxx
21/04/2014 at 22:09
hi hunni, i am so so sorry to hear of your loss, how absolutely heartbreaking it must have and still must be for you. i hope you recover physically and emotionally from such an awful ordeal and i hope all turns out well ffor you in the future and with future pregnancies wether it's a bfp for you now or later I'm keeping everything crossed for a positive outcome for you and sending you lots of hugs xxxxx
22/04/2014 at 09:22
Hi, I normally have a 26 day cycle. I have been using clomid for 3 months now. The First day of my last "real" cycle was 20 March 2014. On the 16th of April my cycle was late by 2 days, I took a test and it came out negative. The next day my period started. But it was not at all like it always is. Normally a have heavy flow for at least 5-6 days. After 2 days of very light flow it just stopped completely. Yesterday I took another test and there was a second line, but very faint? Can I be pregnant?
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