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user1495637414 Wed 24-May-17 15:58:40

I'm totally new to this An I really need some advice.
Me An my OH are trying for baby number 2. I came off the pill 11 days ago. Whilst I was on the pill I had very irregular periods An they were always hit An miss so I never actually had a cycle length or knew the exact date or when I'm ovulating. So now since I've been waiting for my withdrawal bleed from coming off cerezett, last night I went to the toilet and when I wiped I noticed slight snotty dark brown blood in my pants, sorry for the info! I just assumed it was the breakthrough bleed but now it's not even going on a pad but it's barely there when I wipe, it's just really snotty An very brown. Could this be implantation? Someone please help surely it couldn't have happened so soon!

AnUtterIdiot Wed 24-May-17 16:22:32

So hard to say. I'd probably wait a week or so and then do a test but that's not remotely based on scientific principle grin

Daaanielle96 Wed 24-May-17 20:59:59

I'm totally new to this An I really need some advice.
Me An my OH are trying for baby number 2. I came off the pill 11 days ago. Whilst I was on the pill I had very irregular periods An they were always hit An miss so I never actually had a cycle length or knew the exact date or when I'm ovulating. So now since I've been waiting for my withdrawal bleed from coming off cerezett, last night I went to the toilet and when I wiped I noticed slight snotty dark brown blood in my pants, sorry for the info! I just assumed it was the breakthrough bleed but now it's not even going on a pad but it's barely there when I wipe, it's just really snotty An very brown. Could this be implantation? Someone please help surely it couldn't have happened so soon!

WaitingTillJuly17 Wed 24-May-17 21:39:17

Whilst you were on the pill, the bleeds you had weren't periods and you don't really ovulate (I think it's only 3 times out of 100). Unlike combined pills though, where you can safely (but not at all advised) miss a pill or two at certain points in the pack with little additional risk of pregnancy, cerazette becomes ineffective if not taken at the same time each day within 12 hours. So it could be the start of a period or implantation but you'll only know by testing in a week or so. Good luck!

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