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#1 of 6 Old 07-10-2010, 08:28 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I am currently what I hope is 2dpo (my chart is looking quite identical to last cycle). Today after a bm my CM was creamy and pinkish and there was quite a lot of it. It wasn't blood streaked but like a pale pink colour throughout. Any ideas?

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sounds like implantation spotting to me. I had that (and never ever had it before) the month that I conceived DS2 Good Luck!

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2dpo is pretty early for implantation. Some women also experience a bit of ovulation spotting - that would get my vote

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2dpo is pretty early for implantation. Some women also experience a bit of ovulation spotting - that would get my vote
Maybe.. mine happened 4 DPO: http://www.fertilityfriend.com/ttc/i...p?d=2008-09-22

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2dpo is indeed too early for implantation (it cannot physically occur until 3dpo at the earliest as the blastocyst is not formed enough to implant before then)

however, I had spotting at 2dpo, fairly certain it was ovulation spotting. Never had it any other cycle... and oddly I did end up pregnant this one.

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So I took away the low temps from our hotel stay (very cool ac'd room) and got crosshairs. So it put the spotting on 3 and 4dpo. None so far today....I guess it is just a waiting game. I wish our bodies were easier to interpret.

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