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Hj1702 Wed 28-Oct-20 21:39:28

Hello,
I just wondered what everyone’s thoughts are, I am trying to conceive and I have bizarrely had a regular 30ish day cycle for the last 3 months (I’ve got PCOS) and I’ve never really had a regular cycle.
I had sex on Sunday and I’ve had some spotting today - is this to soon for implantation bleeding if my cycle is still regular etc it would have been around my ovulation time.

I had my HSG test around 3 weeks ago and no concerns.

Anything is appreciated or any
Tips on tracking
Thanks :-) x

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Hj1702 Thu 29-Oct-20 20:17:12

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LooLoo1988 Wed 04-Nov-20 21:45:24

Hey @Hj1702

What cycle day were you? Usually if there's spotting mid cycle, that usually is a sign of ovulation? You can spot immediately before, during or after ovulation. I have this some months. Implantation bleeding is usually around the time your period would be due, so around 10+ days after you have conceived.
I am TTC also, and have been told I potentially have PCOS though I am waiting for a gynae appt to confirm. I am on metformin at the moment which has regulates my periods and am having cycles around 33 days at the moment.

Good luck 💛

Hj1702 Wed 04-Nov-20 23:32:01

Thanks for replying - it was about day 26 in my cycle looking back at it. I’ve still not come on my period so I’m about a week late but no positive tests I’m assuming my cycle is just irregular again!
Ah I have tried metformin I really didn’t like it I take inositol now and that’s really helped me I’ve even managed to lose some weight! Good luck to you too xxxx

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Hj1702 Wed 04-Nov-20 23:32:51

Thanks for replying - it was about day 26 in my cycle looking back at it. I’ve still not come on my period so I’m about a week late but no positive tests I’m assuming my cycle is just irregular again!
Ah I have tried metformin I really didn’t like it I take inositol now and that’s really helped me I’ve even managed to lose some weight! Good luck to you too xxx

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