Our expert says:
The possibility of an implantation bleed should seriously be considered. This would be in keeping with ovulation having occured on day 14 and implantation having occured on day 21 of a cycle. Subsequent irregular bleeding may well be implantation related and may be consistent with a pregnancy trying to root itself. in all probability the implantation is not progressing normally and the increased bleeding you are experiencing currently might be deemed as a miscarriage. However this hypothesis may be very difficult to prove except if a D&C is done and perhaps evidence is derived from the pathology report on the specimens submitted. In addition it would be important to know if there is a history of bleeding disorders in the family or whether you have any deranged clotting profiles. This may futher explain the dysfunctional bleed. If not sure, a bleeding screen can be requested and done at a pathology laboratory.
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