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Preseed and bleeding

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BFPhopeful2019 Tue 26-Mar-19 12:10:22

Hi All,

Really random question. I used preseed for the first time last night (due to ovulate in 29 March).

I have just noticed a small amount of blood when I went to the toilet. I had much shorter cycle last month (AF came on CD17 - if AF the had not come, AF would have been due today (what would have been CD27)) but I am currently only CD11. I would consider the bleed heavy enough for spotting but obviously a bit concerned.

Anyone have any ideas? Or does anyone thing this could be due to using preseed?

TIA

BFPhopeful2019 Tue 26-Mar-19 12:11:20

Post above might seem confusing! I am on CD11 following my last AF.

MapleAndCats Tue 26-Mar-19 17:54:43

What colour was it? Use of the Preseed would just be a coincidence. If it was dark coloured/brown it’s probably just a bit of old blood that was “loosened up” with penetration.

BFPhopeful2019 Tue 26-Mar-19 21:27:36

It was light coloured and very light. A bit of Dr Google said that it could be the applicator from preseed irritating (which makes sense). Think I’m just so worried about everything that I panicky about every small issue. Thanks for replying!

bettymoo212 Tue 26-Mar-19 21:51:17

I've had this a couple of times immediately after using preseed too. Just a very small amount of light coloured blood. I've been assuming it's the end of the applicator causing slight scratches on the way in.

BFPhopeful2019 Tue 26-Mar-19 22:11:08

Thanks @bettymoo212. Very panicky at the moment as nothin seems to be happening so with things as they have been this month, I panicked that something was wrong.

LetMeIn321 Thu 22-Aug-19 22:59:00

I have used preseed twice this week for the first time and noticed blood both times when I went to the loo after.
Is this supposed to happen? It’s never happened before so I can only assume it is the preseed?

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