Yes it can, but only slight brown spotting.
everyone's different mine was pink blood but some people think every one Implantation blood has to be the same as there's which annoys me from the person at the top. Implantation bleeding can last few days I did some research it said 1-3 days but maybe 4 for you ok Hope I help by the way everyone's Implantation bleeding is different some are brown/pink/red or thick/stringy even some can be spotting or blood in discharge so just ignore those people who say what there's look like every women is different ok
Not necessarily no but implantation bleeding can appear as the bleeding you've described. Implantation bleeding will occur 6-12 days after intercourse. If you suspect pregnancy, see your doctor for a pregnancy blood test.
It is possible but implantation bleeding is usually just spotting on one day rather than period like bleeding.
No this is too early for implantation bleeding. It sounds like you have a urinary tract infection. This will cause vaginal bleeding in severe cases. Please see your doctor.
It doesn't sound likely, though it may be implantation bleeding.
The bleeding may be caused by either of the things you mentioned. Implantation bleeding usually occurs 6-12 days after you last had unprotected sex.
At four days late you will only be getting a few symptoms. They will probably come and go as your body surges with hormones. I wouldn't worry unless you experience some bleeding.
Please see a doctor.
No - if you menstruated then you cannot be pregnant. Women can however experience vaginal bleeding during pregnancy, if really concerned take a pregnancy test.
Implantation occurs when the fertilized embryo attaches to the wall of the uterus. Prior to this it was fertilized in one of your fallopian tubes. Implantation occurs 4-8 days after ovulation.
yes, it could be implantation bleeding. Plus many women have their "periods" all through the pregnancy. To begin with, it is said that roughly 30% of knowingly pregnant women experience some kind of bleeding during early pregnancy.There are many reasons for bleeding in early pregnancy, but having a 'period' isn't one of them. It is impossible to have an actual period during pregnancy due to the absence of a menstrual cycle. I realize that the above person used the word 'period' in quotes, but they are still mistaken in stating that many women bleed all throughout their pregnancy. Bleeding all throughout pregnancy--and particularly later on--would certainly be a cause for concern. But at any rate, here are some reasons for bleeding in early pregnancy (and by 'early' I mean the entire first trimester):It is said that something known as 'implantation bleeding' can occur sometime around the third or fourth week of pregnancy, at around the same time your period would normally have occurred. For this reason, some women may mistake implantation bleeding for a period and may not realize they are pregnant. Having said this, however, if you are spotting at 6, 7, 8... or 11 weeks, it cannot be implantation bleeding. (I am actually tired of people all over the place saying "it's probably implantation bleeding" since 'early pregnancy' is not limited to the first four weeks and thus this can be a misleading answer for someone bleeding around Week 7.)Bleeding can be a sign of miscarriage. They say that approximately 50% of women who bleed during the first trimester go on to miscarry. (Of course that means that the other approximate 50% do not.) Many times (but not always) bleeding during miscarriage is accompanied by cramps, often severe.There can be other causes as well--decidual bleeding, cervical erosion, ectopic pregnancy, molar pregnancy, subcorionic hematoma... Some of these causes are more serious than others, and I suggest that if you are concerned you do some further research to learn more about each cause.If the bleeding is heavy, accompanied by pain, or lasts more than 3 days, call your provider.
Yes. This happened to me. I thought I was having a lighter, longer period which lasted a whole week. I didn't find out until my period was due the following month that I was pregnant. I thought I was four weeks pregnant. Several weeks later during an ultrasound I was informed that I was four weeks further along than I had thought. I had mistaken the implantation bleeding for my period! No where in any of my research did I see anything about implantation bleeding lasting that long. Most of the information I found said it lasts hours or possibly a day and only 1/4 of women experience implantation bleeding.