You shouldn't bleed during ovulation. If you are bleeding, it's probably your period. Answer Bleeding during mid-cycle does NOT necessarily mean that you are starting your period. Personally, I experience this (not every month), and the bleeding is not always the same. Usually it is rather light (only appears on the toilet tissue). Sometimes it is rather wet (enough to leak onto a pantiliner). I know this is rather explicit, sorry (I am dealing with a lot of fertility issues, so I have to take notice of every little detail throughout the month). I have noticed that the times that I experience mid-cycle pains (pain during ovulation) that seems to be when I have noticeable spotting or slight bleeding. I to answer your question.
Extremely thin, almost looks like its thinner than water. The color is very faint/ vague brown or pink/ rust never deep red. its so thin that it leaks out so fast, doesn't give you enough time to rush to the bathroom. Answer Bleeding during ovulation looks like thin pink or brown discharge. With tissues u can make out.It last for 1-2 days with lower left or right abdominal pain. Answer Mine is like a tiny thin streak of blood, and I notice it for two toilet trips - no longer than that. I believe it is due to ovulation as it is around the right time. You don't necessarily get ovulating pain, some months I do, some months I don't. This month however I had the ovu bleed, but no LH surge until the following day? Very confusing Answer It's usually a light yellow, then a brown It never lasts longer than 2 days Answer Ovulation bleeding is a real thing and can be major bleeding. it is not "just your period".