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I've never had this before but noticed I've had blood tinged in my CM for the past 2 cycles a few days before ovulation, does anyone know what has caused this? And is it a bad sign for fertility or a sign of anything to do with infertility issues? It seems strange to happen suddenly when it never has before, and is it likely to continue each month from now on? I don't know if I should see a doctor, please advise me.

 

Also, it isn't like fresh blood as it is more brown in color than red, and I have had ovary cramping on the days when I noticed this blood in my cm. It is happening several days before I actually ovulate, so it can't be from the egg being released. Any ideas?


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As you get closer to ovulating, your cervix opens up and turns pink as it fills with blood.  Sometimes the blood vessels can break and that causes a little spotting during your fertile time.  I'm not sure why it would be brown, but this is the closest thing I can think of.  Does anyone else have any thoughts?




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No idea but this has been happening to me recently as well ( the last 3 cycles).

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It happened to me this month early in my cycle. Pinkish blood anyway. It was days past my period too, so I should have been cleansed of that. Who knows.

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Blood-streaked CF can be a very normal part of your cycle. In fact, it's a great indicator of being at a really fertile time in your cycle/ovulation. So take advantage of it! I've had this all during my teenage years and twenties around ovulation, stopped after I had DS1, has started up again these last two cycles after my m/c in November. It goes w/o saying though that if you think something really is wrong with your body see your HCP though. Good luck ladies! Hope you get those double lines soon!

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