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Posted 12 November 2012 - 08:47 PM
I gave birth vaginally 10 weeks ago. I've had 2 cycles since delivery.
With each cycle I have spotting mid cycle around cycle day 13-15. I've never had spotting mid cycle before. Of course I googled and it said it can be 'perimenopause' or ovulation spotting if you have a painful ovulation (I never even had a twinge)
Could it just be my body getting back into rhythm? my cycles were 34 days between but before cancer and menopause (from chemo) I was a clockwork (to the hour) 28 day girl....so maybe my body could be going back?
Thanks for any advice/info
Posted 18 November 2012 - 08:47 AM
Hi there, I've had on and off mid-cycle/ovulation spotting for the last 15 years (I'm 40 btw). My doctor says there's nothing sinister to it, just the way some women are.
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