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Implantation bleed or weird period? Please help!

By April 1, 2011 - 3:48pm
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Hey everyone, sorry this might be a long question........ im very confused at the moment... My bf and i are tryin to conceive (just started trying at the begining of last month) my lmp was the 7th of march ive got a regular 28 day cycle. I ovulated around the 21st of march. Ive had symptoms of pregnancy like im very tired all the time for the last week. No energy. Going to the toilet flat out. Moody. Irritable. Sore and tender boobs. Light back pain ache ect .... Yesterday morning i got some blood like the start of my period not overly heavy but not very light and streaky. So inbetween? Like mid flow? (Still needing a pad) AND it is just about gone now?? Im very light and streaky now? This is 4 days early for my normal period. Ive never been early or late. I record everything. Ive read that implantation is only very light and pink/ brownish and mucusy? More like spotting ? What i am experiencing is more bright red but is alot lighter than my normal period, and seems to be vanishing very quick... Sorta like a medium flow period that lasted for 1 day?? ...... Could anyone have some suggestions to what this might mean? Is it an implantation bleed or a very wierd period? Who else experienced implantation bleed? And what was yours like? . . . I cant do a pregnancy test yet as it would be too early right ? Thankyou in advance for all replys :) any help would be great. :)

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I suggest you read this very informative article:
Of course, you should always consult your healthcare provider with any concerns or questions you have about irregularities with your menstrual cycle.

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