Implantation

Could you be experiencing implantation bleeding if you started spotting dark brown and light red an entire week before you should start your period?

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2005-11-26 22:32:59
2005-11-26 22:32:59

Yes its possible.

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It all depends on where in your cycle you were when you had sex and started bleeding. The bleeding could just be from the sex itself, you may have gotten a scratch or tear inside that is bleeding, you could be starting your period early or you could be experiencing implantation bleeding. If it is implantation bleeding it may be bright pink or dark brown and only enough to be considered 'spotting' and not a period. If it is heavy bleeding it is not implantation bleeding. You can take a test in 1.5 to 2 weeks. Good Luck!

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if you havent started your periods this is what it could be. If you have started your periods and this is occurring before or after you period is about to start it could b spotting if its possible it isn't spotting i would go seek a doctors opinion answer ovulation bleeding or implantation bleeding

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No. Spotting does not prevent implantation. It is often a symptom of implantation. An egg is viable (for fusion with a spermatoza) when the egg "drops" right up to, and including, when the period starts. So, if you had unprotected sex during your ovulation window and you have spotting, then I suggest getting a pregnancy test ... unless you had your period after the spotting events. The sequence of events that you describe tells me that you could have experienced implantation bleeding ... however, if you have not been sexually active, then this is not the case. Either way, if the spotting /bleeding changes in intensity /duration, have your Gyno check it out for you.

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This looks like it could have been implantation bleeding since it was a week after you ovulated and since it was brownish in color. However, a week seems to be a long time for implantation bleeding. Perhaps it started out as implantation bleeding but then the implantation failed and you got your period.

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That is definitely not implantation bleeding but could be a miscarriage or something else. If this is not normal for you, then you should see a doctor.

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There is a possibility that you may be pregnant. The spotting that you are experiencing is what they call implantation bleeding, which is when the egg attaches itself to the walls of the uterus. If you have a missed period I would definite advise you to take a pregnancy test. Good luck!!

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This is more likely to be ovulation bleeding. Implantation bleeding normally happens around the time of your period, if you have a regular 28 day cycle. Hope this helps.

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You begin spotting and/or bleeding from your vagina.

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Yes but I'm not sure about getting the period tho cause I had Implantation bleeding then 2 weeks later I got my period but then my periods started going in a pattern ever since after I had it Implantation bleeding. From Pink Princess

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This is your body preparing for labor (If you are close to your due date). You will have some spotting and increased tenderness as well as increased vaginal discharge. Implantation occurs at the very beginning of pregnancy when the embryo has just attached to your uterus not at the end. What you are experiencing is normal throughout pregnancy as well as before labor begins.

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yes, it could be implantation bleeding, where the egg implants into the lining of the womb because this normally occurs when you would get your period. Take a test

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You might be pregnant and you are probably experiencing implantation bleeding. take pregnancy tests just to be sure. answer its not Implantation bleeding because implantation bleeding isn't heavy at all you may of just had 2 periods in the same month its normal kat

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Hello. Yes, you could be pregnant hon. The spotting may be implantation bleeding. If it is implantation bleeding then a HPT will be negative now can will not be accurate for another 1-2 weeks. You can wait and re-test in 2 weeks and see the result then or see your doctor now for a blood test.

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Hi I'm experiencing this yesterday I was 17 days past the first day of my period and I started bleeding yesterday it was only a little when I wiped today I went to the bathroom and there is no blood I've also had bad cramping but it's only been 17 days past the first day of my last period. Could this be implantation bleeding? Help!! X

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Yes. You should see a gynecologist. possibly. after ovulation the egg travels into the uterus and burrows into the lining of the uterus. for some women, implantation will cause slight bleeding or spotting called implantation bleeding. this is typically looks like pink or brownish discharge though. how many days after conception did you begin to bleed?

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You could be pregnant it could be implantation bleeding where the egg implants into the lining of the uterus. Take a pregnancy test answer is a good one.

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Could be implantation bleeding. If it is your actual period then it's unlikely that you are pregnant.

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If your bleeding is that light you shouldn't be using tampons at all, it's unsafe. You wouldn't menstruate while pregnant, you may see spotting as a result of implantation bleeding but it's ore likely if you're bleeding when due your period it's likely your period. If unsure take a pregnancy test.

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You could be experiencing implantation bleeding. It usually appears either a light pink spotting, and lasts a short amount of time. However, with me I experienced a slight period, that lasted 5 days but was very light. Usually, this is caused by worrying about or hoping for a pregnancy. If it gets heavier, you probably are not pregnant.

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No. If you have spotting around the time your period is due, take a pregnancy test. If it comes out negative, and you still think you are, take another one a week later. Make sure you use your first morning urine. It will be more accurate that way. Implantation bleeding is spotty, light pink, and is shorter than your normal period.No. This is my 5th pregnancy, and I have never experienced implantation bleeding.No, it doesn't. Some have it while others don't.i only had implantation bleeding with one of my three pregnancys...I am about 4 weeks pregnant. I only just had some slight brown spotting but I hear that this is normal unless I have cramps and it turns red and lasts for a few days. I did not have the "implantation bleeding" at all. This is my first pregnancy. So far no signs of morning sickness either since last week (which lasted a week)No every pregnancy is different and every women is different as wellPink PrincessANSWER:I had implantation bleeding. I was due to start my period on July 3 & on June 28th I noticed some light brown discharge, very minimal. Then on the 29th I was playing volleyball and I started the "feeling" of me starting my period. I went to check and had some light pink/reddish discharge on my panties. Then I had specks of red on my toilet paper.I took a pregnancy test on June 30th and I was pregnant! Implantation bleeding or spotting usually occurs a week before your period is due. It did in my case anyways. I and good luck!

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Most likely just your period. But if you are concerned, just take a pregnancy test. They are pretty accurate when used correctly. I have heard that spoting can be an implantation bleeding, if after a week you still havent got your af (period) take a pregnancy test to make sure. Happy to help Kailey It maybe Implantation bleeding don't stress cause it can cause your period to be late also your period might be late because of your age or diet. Go to the doctors or go and get a pregnancy test From Pink Princess


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