yes its possible to have a pinkish or brownish spotting for a couple of hours to days around that time after conception,this is the implantation bleed
if it's sticky and clear (egg white consistency) then you are most likely ovulating around this time during your cycle..
During the first week after childbirth (or around 5 days) one would experience "lochia rubra" a bright red discharge, since it contains blood, obviously. That will pass and turn to lochia serosa, a brownish discharge, and eventually will end up to lochia alba, a whitish discharge.
Yes, I had brownish/oragne/pink discharge around 4 days before my period was due..but period never came and found out that I was pregnant.
No, unless you had sex around the time you were ovulating.
if your period is regular, it is usually around the 14th day. you can buy tests at the store - in the pregnancy test aisle - that tell you whether you are ovulating or not. alternatively, if you notice you are excreting more mucus than usual, that is a good indication that you are ovulating.
I would be concerned, call your doctor right away, see blood call immediately
what is the cause and treatment of little reddish pinkish rash bumps that appear just around the stomach and spread to the bac with itching?
A woman ovulates half-way through her cycle. For example, if your cycle is every 28 days (meaning if you start your period every 28 days), then two weeks (14 days) after you started your period would be when you are ovulating. If your cycle is 32 days, then you would be ovulating 16 days after you began your period. You may also experience mild cramping (sort of like the ending of your period) and a discharge with no odor, which is normal. Some women tend to have a higher and longer sex drive around the ovulating time. Try not to wear a pantyliner since it can increase the possibility of bacteria or yeast infections.
you start ovulating around 28 days before your first period, but otherwise no
If you take the number of days of your cycle and divide it by two you will get a general day for ovulation. So if your cycle is 28 days you would normally ovulate on day 14, but this could change each cycle. My cycles are between 24 and 28 days so I ovulate earlier around day 11. You will have a clear sticky discharge around the day you ovulate. Normally it is a lot of discharge. You can get a basil body thermometer and take your temp every day when you wake up. Read the instructions on the thermometer and it will tell you how tell when you ovulate if you do not have the discharge.
It usually feels like a small pain or cramp in one side or another. Each woman is different and it can be more or less what I describe. If it is around day 14 of your cycle it usually is ovulating that is happening.