Implantation bleeding?!

(6 Posts)
Suzieee123 Thu 09-Jul-15 18:46:10

So I have polycystic ovary syndrome and I'm currently on day 114 since the beginning of my last period.
Me and my partner have been hoping to conceive since December 2014 without success.

On June 29th I had a couple of hours of very light pink discharge only visible while wiping (sorry tmi!!!) then there was nothing for 4 days then on Saturday I noticed it again and it went on and off until Tuesday continuously very pale pink only when I wiped and not all the time with some very mild cramps.

On Monday there was one wipe of bright red blood then there was nothing at all.
I've had a little bit of cramp today but nothing else. Is this implantation bleeding?! I'm desperate but don't want to get my hopes up.

I'm conceived in 2010 and lost her at 18 weeks I remember having a week of dark brown bleeding then nothing.

I know it's too early to tell but I'm hoping someone has had a similar experience and got their bfp?

CuppaSarah Thu 09-Jul-15 20:15:43

I had a tiny bit of red when I wiped 3 days before my bfp, so it's totally possible it's an implantation bleed. Fx so tight for you!

SeldomAthleticFC Thu 09-Jul-15 20:45:35

I don't think it's too early at all. If you had an implantation bleed on 29 June, you should get a BFP if you POAS now. Even if implantation didn't happen until Monday, you could still get a BFP now, 3 days later. I got my BFP 3 days after implantation bleeding.
So POAS! Good luck! smile

Nats1014 Thu 09-Jul-15 22:01:08

I believe you would be able to get a bfp now if it was implantation bleeding but if you do get a bfn then try again in a few days. Fingers crossed for you! X

Junosmum Thu 09-Jul-15 23:02:49

Pee On a Stick, Pee On a Stick, Pee on a Stick...(said in a chant).

My implantation bleeding was literally one wipe brown blood, but we're all different. I got a tint faint positive 2 days after and a positive on a digi 4 days after.

Junosmum Thu 09-Jul-15 23:03:32

*tiny, not tint

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