It shouldn't it should only last a few days and the bleeding should be very light and minimal if you bleeding for a long time or the blood flow is heavy get to your doctor ASAP so that theyc an check you out and see whats going on hope this helps you Good Luck and God Bless!!!
NO it can only last 1-3 days
Actually implantaion bleeding can last up to 7-10 days
Yes it can be a sign of implantation bleeding. If the bleeding is very light and not light a normal period than this could be implantation. Yes it can be a sign of implantation bleeding. If the bleeding is very light and not light a normal period than this could be implantation. Yes it can be a sign of implantation bleeding. If the bleeding is very light and not light a normal period than this could be implantation.
Yes, it very well can be implantation bleeding, it is usually lighter than a period.
Yes. More women do not have implantation bleeding than do have it.
Yes! It may be implantation bleeding rather than a period. Implantation bleeding is often mistaken for a period.
Implantation spotting is less common than people on here seem to think. Fewer women have implantation bleeding than not.
that's it its just a sign of bleeding really 1 in 3 women get it and it can last from 1-3 days Pink Princess
It is possible but implantation bleeding is usually just spotting on one day rather than period like bleeding.
Implantation bleeding can be heavy, sometimes it is mistaken for an early period, but more commonly implantation bleeding is very slight. No, it's not heavy. It's nothing like a period. It is a tiny bit of blood which can be stringy/thick. It can last from 1-3 days, and the color can be brown/pink/red. Mine lasted 1 day. It just was pink stringy blood in discharge. Women can have periods while pregnant as well, which is totally different than implantation bleeding. If they have a period while pregnant it's a period. Implantation bleeding is a first sign of pregnancy or a sign of pregnancy at the beginning. Yes it can, but it would only last a day or so. I went to the doctor, and they said my heavy bleeding was implantation! It's not as common as a light discharge, but its still implantation.
Not every woman experiences implantation bleeding and some believe it isn't that common. But more women than previously believed do experience implantation bleeding. 1 in 3 women get it i got it doesn't always mean your pregnant though
Implantation bleeding, if any, would occur anywhere from 6-12 days after ovulation. Implantation bleeding does not always occur, even if implantation does occur, so if you think you are pregnant, and it's been longer than 14 days since ovulation, (or 21 days since unprotected sex) you can safely take a home pregnancy test and get accurate results.
Your period may last longer than the patch-free week. Continue using the patch as scheduled, regardless of bleeding.
Yes. Many women experience implanation bleeding right around the same time as they expect AF. Implantation bleeding is lighter than a normal period, and you should still see an elevated BBT.
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 experience 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.
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.
Implantation bleeding is only a few spots of blood, nothing like a period. There's no flow to Implantation bleeding and it just spots of blood which I've had mine was stringy pink blood in discharge. Implantation blood can be brown/pink/red . Days from 1-3 that's how long it can last for 1-3 days its nothing like a period 1 in 3 women get it. It can be stringy or thick. You can get a bit of a belly ache just for the day. Period has a flow a period starts light - heavy-light where as implantation bleeding stays light and periods have cramps it can also have clots as well . Hope I help from Pink Princess Your period will have a flow to it. It will come out whether you are going to the bathroom or not. I believe I am experiencing implantation bleeding at the moment. It is brown and sort of stringy, but I only get it or see it when I wipe. It doesn't just come out of me, only when I use the restroom and it doesn't happen everytime I go... like I don't need to have a tampon in or have a pad on. I miscarried last month and the bleeding was completely different than anything, implantation or period. Note to those pregnant and experiencing bleeding, please call your health care provider, it is very important. The bleeding I experienced from the miscarriage was heavy, very red and had lots of clots. Not a normal period... and the miscarriage bleeding (7 days) lasted longer than a normal period for me (5 days).
Yes implantation bleeding however any bleeding during pregnancy should be discussed with your doctor.
When the fertilised egg (zygote) burrows into the wall of the uterus (implantation) it my cause a little bleeding, not more than a spot or two. This usually occurs 6-10 days after ovulation and fertilisation, so anything from a week before a period is due up until the period. About 25% of women have implantation bleeding.
if that's the only bleeding you have than more than likily that was i.b.
it sounds like implantation bleeding
Yes, it sure can be! Implantation bleeding varies from woman to woman, and someimes is heavier, and may even contain clots! Don't get discouraged if your implantation bleeding is bright red, heavy, and contains clots. And isn't the average "light pink or light brown" mumbo jumbo. Every woman is different!
This bleeding if it is light, is most likely implantation bleeding, it happens when the fertilized egg first attaches to the lining of the uterus. This type of bleeding is lighter in color than a usual period or a brownish discharge and doesn't last long.
This could be the start of your period which is taken longer than usual to start or it could be pregnancy related....implantation bleeding. If implantation bleeding you can test in 7-14 days.
yep, but i heard it still should be lighter than your normal menstrual, if you truly expect pregnany get the bleeding checked out for possibility of a misscarraige answer that's wrong that's just a period while pregnant. Implantation bleeding is a tiny bit of blood which will always stay light its nothing like a period and it doesn't follow a period pattern neither. Implantation bleeding is rare not every women gets it but also Implantation bleeding can look different for every girl who has it cause we all have different bodies. My implantation bleeding lasted 1 day which was string pink blood in my discharge. Implantation bleeding can last 1-3 days it can be a spot of blood or blood in discharge its tiny bit of blood you can hardly notice it so I wouldn't say it gets heavy or nothing like a period I think people are getting it wrong and that's why people are thinking Implanation bleeding is just like a period WHEN ITS NOT. FROM PINK PRINCESS