What does implantation spotting look like and how long does it last and is there cramping with this?
It is pink or brownish in color also it can come and go for days some cramping can come with this but no heavy blood flow and no heavy cramping. Spotting on and off dureing the first 12 weeks of pregnancy is common. Your doctor is always the best one to answer any questions they know your medical history. Best of luck.
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It varys in every woman. Some times it lasts for a few hours to around 4 days. Answer it lasts a few hours it can last up2 3 days From Pink Princess
Implantation cramping is different in every woman. It can last a few hours to about a week, but still even after the egg has implanted, you can still experience cramping, such… as, throughout your whole pregnancy, due to the uterus growing and changing. If you are concerned, check with your doctor.
How long does the average implantation bleeding usually last for and should it be accompanied with mild cramps?
Answer . implantation bleeding usually last 3-5 days being very very light pink and mucousy light cramping is also part of pregnancy since your uterus is beginning to be s…tretched and your body is going through some major changes although you won't be able to see them for a few months now if you are worried or concerned about anything consult your doctor so that they can make sure everything is ok and put your mind to rest!!! hope everything works out for you good luck and God Bless and CONGRATULATIONS?!!!
Implantation last 1-3 days
Answer Its just a bit of blood really maybe a spot of blood or blood in discharge 1 in 3 women get Implantation bleeding. It can be thick/stringy. The colour can be brown/p…ink/red. It can happen up2 3 days. Mine was 11 days after my period so I don't know maybe in the middle of your menstrual cycle or just before your due on. Hope I help From Pink Princess . ANSWER: . From what I have read from people who have actually experienced this, it varies. Some people notice a light pink, pale red, or brown blood. It may or may not be accompanied by cramps. It can last from 1-3 days approximately. About 1/4-1/3 of pregnant women experience something that could be call implantation bleeding. It is light, may only be noticeable on toilet paper or might be a little on a panty liner but never a lot of blood.
I've had three children (waiting to test to see if we're having four!) and have had implantation cramps with each pregnancy. For me they feel just like AF cramps, although a l…ittle more intense, and they are off and on for about 12 hours or so. This usually happens around day 10-12dpo.. Hope that helps!
They should be replaced each 10 years or less. The advised time for replacement by experienced surgeons, is 6-7 years.
Implantation period occurs 6-12 days after intercourse. Implantation bleeding lasts a few hours to 3 days.
Well, it all depends on the person. Some people say only a few hours to a day. Others may say it's impossible for it to last longer than that, but speaking from personal exper…ience that is bogus - mine lasted almost one week! Mine weren't painful. They just felt like I was about to get my period (heaviness, bloated, etc...) Some women claim that they are a bit painful. And then again, a lot of women NEVER even have implantation cramps. And sometimes with implantation (cramps or no cramps) you get implantation bleeding, which should be much lighter than your period and only last a few days. I never got this type fo bleeding, but many women do so don't worry if it happens.
It is different for different people; it would be best to ask your doctor.
At least 1 week.
Breast implants are not meant to last a lifetime. Expect to have them changes at sometime in the future. Dont forget that as time goes by your breasts will age naturally. The …implants maybe fine but you may want to have another cosmetic improvement anyway
yes it does but lighter!
Breast implants are not meant to last a lifetime. Many women are out there who have had breast implants for as long as twenty years and they remia as pleased with them as the …day that they were done. Of course, as the body gets older the breasts tend to drop, even with implants. At sometime in the future you may want them changed purely for cosmetic purposes. In some cases this second operation is accompanied by a breast uplift at the same time as changing the implants. Its always a good idea to visit your Plastic Surgeon periodically so that your breasts can be checked to make sure that the implants are intact.