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bleeding during ovulation, two weeks before period .

By November 13, 2011 - 2:26pm
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Hello !!
m so confused at this moment and thought i could get some insight from other woman. Although i have a soon to be 2year (january 1st ! ) old beautiful little girl , i am confused if iam currently pregnant.

Sorry if this is TMI --

MY fiance and i , have sex on the regular, literally almost everyday maybe even a few times a day . ( :S), and as crazy as it sounds , i have never gotten pregnant since having my daughter. i decided to check on my ovulation dates based on my LMP , and i got November 5-11th i should be ovulation with the 10th as my ovulation day . & my next MP should be around the 23rd or so . I know for a fact , since my last period in october we've had tons of sex, even through the ovulation days

Well thursday morning 11-10) ( , i went to use the bathroom, and noticed a slippery brown tinged with blood discharge ONLY wen i wiped . That right there sent alarms off in my head , because i NEVER spot before my period is due , The discharge wasnt heavy and throughout the day it would be there one moment, and the next it wouldnt . The following day , it was also the same brown discharge , but later during the day it became a little brighter red , and is still here as the red blood, but it is not as heavy as my normal period would be . My cycle never changes and normally comes around the 23-24th of each month . I havent changed my diet, and i do the same things i always did . However unless it is all in my head , i have been extremely pregnant acting . I do have the pulling and tuggin in my abdomen, weird feelings in my stomach as if things are moving around in there . Ive been having very soft stools . Craving ice cream cones(literally eating one everyday) Craving candy so bad that my teeth hurt, i normally am a lover of moms cooking, but i can no longer stand to eat her cookin and would rather fast food. the fatigue is out this world, but sometimes i figure im tired because i have a toddler that is always on the go .
so according to my ovulation chart i am 2DPO , and still have the light bleeding , im wondering if icould be pregnant or is this an early period .
My normal period , is VERY PAINFUL (ER VISITS) ,and alot heavier than this .
Im confused because research says my implantation bleeding wouldnt be for 6-12 days after ovulation and it happened during , UGHHH !!
Can anybody give me an insights on this .Please ask me any questions incase i left something out .
..signed confused

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update , so this evening everytime i would stand up i would get dizzy and lightheaded and the room felt dark, this feeling would literally have me standning in the same spot holding my head until it would past, After the first time it happened i layed down for a second thinking i was better, a few moments later i tried to get up to have dinner, and as im standing by the microwave the same exact feeling came on again, this time i grabbed a chair and sat down. the feeling didnt past as much this time,but instead i rushed to the bathroom to vomit. The dizziness mixed with the vomitting literally felt like i had one to many drinks, which i didnt . If my fiance didnt believe iwas pregnant before, he definitely does now . Even with my daughter i barely had m/S and im still feeling as if all of these symptoms are way to early,but then again every woman and her pregnancies are different .
any insight?

November 14, 2011 - 1:12am
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Hi confused,

I am going to provide you this link for reasons behind irregular periods http://www.empowher.com/menstrual-cycle/content/what-s-deal-irregular-periods. We get this question quite often and many times the reason this happens is unknown as it just happens.

I hope this information helps. Keep us posted.


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