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04/09/2014 at 11:05
So, I'll try and keep this as short as possible!!
Basically I have been charting BBT and using OPK's to track ovulation. This cycle I had O on CD16 based on chart and OPK and we BD a couple of times before this.
I had been going along continuing to BBT every morning and temps stayed above the coverline. Then 11dpo in the afternoon I noticed some spotting which was light pink at first and then later on that evening turned red. I found this very strange as this would make me 5 days early for my period. But it did appear that AF was here so I presumed that was that.
A couple of things though, my BBT didn't drop below the coverline and still hasn't. 12dpo(or CD2 if it was AF), bleeding turned a bit more on but still very light and also even more stranger, no cramps.
By the evening, bleeding had calmed down alot, still red/dark red.
Woke up this morning, 13dpo(orCD3) and took temp. It was gone up from 37.0 to 37.4?! Took hpt test, bfn. Bleeding has gone back to spotting as well.
The most confusing thing for me is that I stupidly thought about doing an OPK, thought I'd done everything else, why not, lol.
The OPK has come out positive. So now I am super confused and a bit scared to be honest. I've never had this happen before.
I really need some help and advice if anyone can please.
04/09/2014 at 12:31
With all the things I have read over the last couple of months my thoughts would be you are pregnant. Apparently a positive opk after ovulation can mean pregnancy, not definitive but can be. If you are sure you ovulated when you did and then are still getting a positive it would be too early for ovulation taking the bleed as a period. Or that's what I would assume. Then the bleed could be implantation and possibly to early to give a bfp. I personally would keep testing every couple of days until you either get your bfp or your temps drop below cover line. Fingers crossed for you but its looking good!
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