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 well
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!
Implantation bleeding is a "one off" and should not occur every month. Any bleeding during pregnancy should be investigated by your Doctor or Ob Gyn.
Implantation bleeding usually occurs 1 week after conception.
Hi, Implantation bleeding occurs 6-12 days after intercourse when fertilisation of the egg has taken place. Not every woman experiences implantation bleeding and it is not as common as a lot of women think.
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.
Implantation bleeding can occur, on average, between six and twelve days after ovulation.
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.
Actually, it can. But to be really sure, consult with your gynocologist.
The actual bleeding from the implantation happens once. The fertilized egg only implants once. However, some women bleed consistantly throughout their pregnancy; every month. Generally, if you're pregnant and you're a bleeder, it stops after month 3. Always get regular checkups just to be safe.
can last up to 10 days
1 to 5 days
No, it can't. Implantation bleeding occurs when you don't get a period, and your body is actually pregnant. You are not pregnant.