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Is 4 dpo too early for implantation?

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TwinkleStars15 Sun 24-May-15 11:51:25

Hi, I've been ttc for 8 months now, just wiped and had some watery light pink on the tissue. I never normally spot. It may be nothing at all. Isn't it too early to be implantation bleeding?
I'm sure I'm 4 dpo as I use Clearblue OPKs.
Any advice would be gratefully received flowers

Oysterbabe Sun 24-May-15 12:08:43

It does seem too early yes. It normally takes 7-10 days. But I guess stranger things have happened, you never know!
Do you record your temp?

TwinkleStars15 Sun 24-May-15 12:17:12

No I don't temp, I have been thinking about it but I'm not keen on setting an alarm for the weekend!

Bluebell1403 Tue 26-May-15 21:58:53

I temp and have lie ins, it still gives you more info than not temping at all! And without it I'd not have known that I get several LH surges per cycle (maybe just because I've not long been off the pill but apparently it happens to all of us sometimes). So maybe you had a surge but didn't O? Gearing up a few times can cause breakthrough bleeding. But hopefully it's early implantation! Just thought I'd extol the virtues of a lazy girl's temping regime in case it helps in future! Baby dust!

TwinkleStars15 Tue 26-May-15 22:25:17

Thank you Bluebell I appreciate your words of wisdom! I think I might start and see how I get on...

iamadaftcoo Wed 27-May-15 08:40:17

Way too early for implantation bleeding, if you're not temping then you won't know when you ovulated as that is the only way to know for sure. OPKs are not hugely reliable.

Would really recommend temping, it was great for me. And I wake up loads in the night and like my lie ins, still worked smile

Bluebell1403 Wed 27-May-15 11:38:47

You're very welcome! Let us know how you get on smile

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