What Causes Spotting Between Periods

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kristie h - April 8

Hi girls, I am on cycle day 14 and my af come every 28-30 days. Yesterday i was getting bairly there pains in my right overy so i thought i could be ovulating. Well last night i and hubby b'd and this morning when i went to the loo i noticed there was a very milky pale pink on the toilet paper when wiped and i still get that slight pain in the overy that comes and goes. I haevnt noticed and pale pink on the toilet paper since, that was the only time. Has any one had this b4? Or does anyone have any idea why i had it? I no it not af cause it is way to early. I am ttc and just curious.

 

mtnla__s - April 8

I'm hoping for you it was a sign of ovulating. Some women do spot then and just how you described. I'm having spotting now but I don't think it was caused by that. Baby dust to you!

 

Lin - April 8

Spotting from ovulation is actually pretty common. I had it the month before last for the first time in my life at 5 dpo.

 

kristie h - April 9

Hi Girls, Thanks for helping, i hopw it was a sign of ovulation too. I have had two miscarriages and want this pregnancy bad. If i got that this morning and i b'd last night, do you think there is a good chance that maybe this my month? My fingers are crossed.

 

Lin - April 9

You've probably got as good a chance as any, which at best is about 20-25% (a__suming you hit your fertile days, which is likely). I say keep bd-ing at least the next two or three days, especially since your cycle is sometimes a bit longer. Good luck!

 

BurnedWildRose - April 9

Sometimes bleeding between periods or after intercourse can be a sign of cervical dysplasia. It would be wise to keep an eye on that and just make sure to get regular paps. I just found out myself that I have severe dysplasia.

 

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