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Implantation? Or Chemical Pregnancy?

post #1 of 8
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Hello! I am new in this part of the forums! 


I'm 8dpo, yesterday started bleeding a tiny little bit. It was pinkish, and now today it's like creamy browny (sorry, TMI!) stuff. Not much of it, but I've never had it before and my periods are always really regular and I'm not due til May 4th - I also have funny tummy feelings (cramps I think? I'm not really a crampy period person normally). 

Either way it feels like something's going on down there, and I'm sad in case it's just an early miscarriage :(

 

post #2 of 8
Sounds to me like implantation I never experienced it but alot of ppl I know have experienced that around that many dpo
post #3 of 8
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I really hope so, it's got a little heavier although it's definitely not period heavy. did a test, but got a BFN although way too early so I don't even know why I put myself through the 3 minute wait!

post #4 of 8
Thread Starter 

I think it's getting heavier and more period like :( I don't understand, I'm not due for another 8 days and I haven't had an irregular period in a well over a year! I guess I'm just going to have to wait it out and see :(

post #5 of 8
Just wait it out. I know it's stressful I have a 2 ur not planned and now me and hubby have decided to start trying and this was our first month trying and it was bfn. But I'm staying strong and not giving up I'm gonna take the relax route for now on. Starting this month so I would wait til ur period is actually due and take test then. Don't take one til then cuz if its neg u still have a chance so wait til ur due. And relax if u stay stressed it will mess up ur body
post #6 of 8
2 year old* not planned lol is what I meant
post #7 of 8
Thread Starter 

Thanks, I think it was because I had a day off today and I've not had anything to do so I've just sort of laid around overthinking it all! You're right. I guess I'm just going to have to see what happens.

Good luck with your next cycle :)

post #8 of 8
Thank you
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