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    Has anyone experienced bleeding before, after they DTD? We DTD yesterday morning and last night I had some (TMI) brown mucousey discharge, and have spotted some during the night. I'm just hoping that it doesn't turn into full blown bleeding, I don't want a repeat of last Sunday. Would it be strange to spot hours afterwards? If I am going to spot and bleed, I wish I would do it during the week, so I could at least call my doctor!
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    Boooo! I can't say a whole lot of DTD is going on over here...so I can't help you with that...but I just hope it's nothing. *hugs*
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    *hugs* no idea Leah, sorry!
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    sorry leah, we've been avoiding dtd until we go see the doctor so im not sure
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    I know with DD I had some bleeding right after dtd but i dont know about hours after... im sure it was old blood and then when it passed it irritated the area.
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    Leah, it's possible! Happened to me and I've had several episodes of spotting from the uterus being super sensitive as well. I say if it's not lots of red bleeding with cramps that you're ok.


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    Yeah it's normal. Any time I've had spotting they've told me to be on "pelvic rest" for a few weeks. I think mostly b/c they know it will cause more spotting and freak the woman out. I don't think dtd can actually hurt anything. But we're obstaining until the second tri I think. I know it will make me spot/bleed and I dont' want to deal with it.

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    So I wish I had read this first. Same here! I am going to call the doctor tomorrow, but let me know if you find anything out and I'll do the same.
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    I did last time, I think...trying to remember. It was totally normal, just an irritated cervix or something like that. Most likely nothing to worry about!




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