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Yes, implantation bleeding lasts usually and hour or two. It would be hard to distinguish from menstrual blood. Wait ten days after intercourse and take a urine pregnancy test.

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Yes, decidual bleeding, should it occur, happens after implantation. It is considered to be fairly rare. It is sometimes mistaken for a menstrual period by women who do not realize they are pregnant.


It could be implantation bleeding if you have been sexually active recently during your fertile period. This can happen 6 to 12 days after conception.


Implantation bleeding generally does not smell like anything. It does not often happen, and if it does, it is very light and spotty.


completely normal some women think that bleeding that just experienced as their menstrual cycle when it is really implantation bleeding. however conception right after your period is not rare but it doesnt happen often


certainly it happened to me with both of my children. I never had implantation bleeding with them.


Various things can happen to cause bleeding outside of the menstrual cycle. For example, it is possible for sex to cause bleeding.


Yes, this is when it does happen! Implantation usually happens 6-8 days after ovulation, so the bleeding would correlated with that.


What does implantation bleeding look like? Implantation bleeding is vaginal discharge which usually contains a small amount of pinkish or brownish blood. Only about a third of pregnant women experience implantation bleeding. When does implantation bleeding usually occur? It can happen at the time the fertilized egg implants in the uterus, on average between 6 to 12 days past ovulation. So implantation bleeding is not really bleeding but spotting you experience it only when you wipe or a thin sanitary pad would be enough...If it is really bleeding and the colour of the blood is red or reddish it is your period I am afraid. The best would be to take a test or see a doctor...


Implantation bleeding can happen twice. I have implantation bleeding 1 week and 3 days apart from each other. I went to the doctor in July to find out that im having fraternal twins. Every pregnancy is different though, so it may not be twins for you or many other mothers. My sister experienced implantation bleeding twice and had only 1 healthy child. If your implantation bleeding gets heavy or last for more then 5 or 6 days i would get ahold of your doctor and let her know. Better to be safe then sorry.


It is a possibility, it could be Implantation Bleeding. Implantation Bleeding is vaginal discharge which usually contains a small amount of pinkish or brownish blood. About a third of pregnant women experience implantation bleeding. It can happen at the time the fertilized egg implants in the uterus, on average between 6 to 12 days past ovulation. Unless it is accompanied by cramping, backache or increased bleeding, a small amount of blood being discharged should be considered as implantation bleeding which is nothing to be concerned about.


Implantation bleeding is vaginal discharge which usually contains a small amount of pinkish or brownish blood. Only about a third of pregnant women experience implantation bleeding. It can happen at the time the fertilized egg implants in the uterus, on average between 6 to 12 days past ovulation. Unless accompanied by cramping, backache or increased bleeding, a small amount of blood being discharged should be considered as implantation bleeding which is nothing to be concerned about. Implantation can sometimes cause a bit of spotting or bleeding, known as implantation bleeding. Implantation bleeding is a small amount of bleeding in the uterus that occurs when the egg implants into the uterus. A specific tissue, known as trophoblast, develops from the fertilized egg and it surrounds it. It is what attaches the egg to the inside of the uterus, and actually eats its way into the uterus. The trophoblast actually pulls the egg to the inside of the endometrium. Trophoblast even invades the mother's blood vessels and diverts her blood to the fertilized egg. Sometimes, this blood will leak and this causes implantation bleeding. Thus, it is possible that it can be as many as 7 to 14 days between the time of sexual intercourse and the time that the fertilized egg implants in the uterus.


Implantation can happen at the time the fertilized egg implants in the uterus, on average between six to twelve days past ovulation. Unless accompanied by cramping, backache or increased bleeding, a small amount of blood being discharged should be considered as implantation bleeding, which is nothing to be concerned about.



it means you're not pregnant. at 2 weeks, you're ovulating... implantation bleeding doesn't happen till week 4, about when you should be expecting your period.


It takes 3 or 4 days after implantation for sufficient hormone to be produced, so wait until 14 days or so after sex to do a pregnancy test.answerImplantation bleeding can happen when the egg implants in the uterine wall. It is not something that happens in every case. You can have implantation bleeding and NOT be pregnant as well, because the blastocyte may have genetic abnormalities that do not permit growth, thus the egg dies.


It definitely can. It means that your egg is only just burrowing into your uterine lining. This can be the result of late ovulation or fertilization. I know a few women that had implantation bleeding at the time their period was due, so it's definitely a possibility.


Only approximately 1 in 3 women experience "implantation bleeding", which is no more than light spotting. There should be no pain involved since the implantation of the fertilized egg is in the accumulated blood lining in the uterus which has no nerves.


I've heard that implantation can happen 3-4 days after ovulation.


Sounds a bit late for implantation bleeding. Implantation typically occurs 6 to 10 days after ovulation, or day 20 to 24 of a menstrual cycle. However, it can happen a few days earlier or later. In an average, 28-day cycle, ovulation occurs on day 14 (the first day of a period is considered day 1 in a cycle). Once fertilization occurs, the egg stays in the fallopian tube for 3 days before entering the uterus and begins to implant to the uterine linin When having a early miscarriage the woman might not feel any cramping. Most of the miscarriages happen so early that the woman notice nothing.


Yes it can happen between 5-7 weeks along. Answer yes mine was 11 days after my period Pink Princess


Implantation bleeding can happen at the time the fertilized egg implants in the uterus - the attachment of the fertilized egg to the uterine lining, on average between 6 to 12 days past ovulation (on average about 9 days after ovulation). You can discover more information about implantation bleeding below - in Related Links (Recommended WEB) An inmplantation bleed is only a couple of spots, MUCH lighter than a period but the day of the period is when it usually occurs.


Yes you could be pregnant. See your Doctor for a pregnancy blood test. Answer by XxPinkPrincessxX Hi I got Implantation bleeding it can be red/pink/brown its nothing like a period 1 in 3 women get it. It can happen up2 3 days. I had Implantation bleeding mine was pink stringy blood in discharge that's all and 2 weeks later I got a period with no cramps it felt like i was not even on it was a really weird period.


Yes, implantation can potentially happen at any time, just some times are much more likely.


Menstrual cycle is the periodic bleeding that happens in woman in her fertile period of life. Menses or periods lasting for few days when they happen again and again after some period of days is called menstrual cycle.


Do you mean day 28 since the first day of your last period or do you mean day 28 since the day you conceived? If you mean 28 days since your last period, then yes. If you mean since conception, possibly, but implantation/bleeding usually happens within 1-2 weeks after conception.



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