DPO symptoms and wierd discharge?? **TMI PIC** advice please? **UPDATE**
Last AF was April 21st. Cycles are 5 days long and AF is 33 days long. Had unprotected sex on the morning of the 10th. I use FF to chart my cycles and it puts that day as being my fertile day.
It has AF being due today (the 26th) on day 36 based off of my last couple of cycles but I usually run 33 on the nose. I have been noting my symptoms and they are as follows:
1 DPO- Mild cramping and a little pasty discharge
4 DPO- Milky white discharge
5 DPO& 6 DPO- Milky white discharge and breast soreness
9 DPO- Had sex. *Thought* I saw a little **teeny** spot of blood when I went to the bathroom?
10 DPO-VERY weird discharge (will post pic)
11 DPO- Cramps on the right side and lower back pain
12 DPO-Little heartburn. Ovarian spasm on the left side. Very bloated
13 DPO- 33rd day and AF should have came but maybe not? Right ovary spasm
16 DPO (today) AF supposedly due today. Sore breasts. Little achy feeling in pelvic area
18 DPO- Still no AF. More creamy CM. Used the bathroom twice in a 4 hour period. Boobs a little sore. Going to buy a $1 test today. Will update in the morning...... FX'ed!
19 DPO- Took an .88 cent test from Walmart this morning.... BFN no sign of AF coming
20 DPO- Still no sign of AF. More creamy white discharge
21 DPO- I am now on CD 40, breast soreness, bloating and cramps here and there. Milky white dis
I know I should test but I'm scared to lol so I plan on waiting it out for a week and then if still no AF then I'll test. Anything seem familiar to you that led up to your BFP?? Thanks ladies!
UPDATE (6/2/2013) : So I have officially skipped the month of May with no AF. Cramping on and off, breast soreness on and off, a "wet" feeling (sorry if tmi) all the time and peeing more but no other symptoms. I took a Walmart test on the 29th and it was a BFN.
I plan on taking a Dollar Store test in the morning with FMU. I would be on CD 43 so 10 days late according to me and a week late according to FF. If still a BFN then I'm just going to chalk it up to an anovulatory cycle and let it go.