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Need some cycle input....

Posted by: Cosmic on Sun Mar 7, 2010
I need some input on my cycle....

Last month was an 'oops' month for me.

I got my period or so I think I did around the right time but it was very strange.

Feb 21 - light spotting (cd 1) (brown)
Feb 22 - light spotting (cd 2) (brown)
Feb 23 - heavy (cd 3) (bright red)
Feb 24 - heavy (cd 4) (bright red)
Feb 25 - light spotting (cd 5) (brown)
Feb 26 - light spotting (cd 6) (brown)
Feb 27 - light spotting (cd 7) (brown)
Feb 28 - light spotting (cd 8) (brown)
Mar 01 - light spotting (cd 9) (brown)
Mar 02 - light spotting (cd 10) (brown)

For an idea of the strangeness:

I use my Diva Cup and on all the spotting days there was barely enough to cover the bottom of the cup and on the only 2 heavy days, the cup overflowed with just blood but no clots or debris (ruined 2 pairs of undies and a pair of PJs GRRRRRrrr LOL)

I have NEVER in all my periods had one like this. Mine are always 6-7 days. Usually it's CD 1 - Cd 3 heavy/thick/debris and CD 4 - CD 6 Light and CD 7 - Spotting.

For this cycle, spotting started on what would have been CD 27 of a 29 day cycle. I'm regular like clockwork and would have O'd around Feb 10th.

Aunt Flo just strange or should I POAS just to be sure?
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