Most women don't cramp or bleed from implantation but it's always possible. It's also possible to have cramps with no bleeding.
They shouldn't be heavy cramps
Yes, you can get implantation bleeding and cramps if you get pregnant.This may occur two weeks after you believed you were due to start your period.
The symptoms of implantation bleeding are implantation cramps: small cramps inside the uterus, implantation spotting or bleeding: short brief spotting (a couple of drops of light or dark blood), a second temperature shift on the temperature curve, and a temperature dip at about seven to ten days after ovulation.
You can. Each woman is different, but cramping is possible. I had very mild/ dull cramps
Usually I get pretty heavy cramps and chocolate cravings
yu can have cramps ; &slight bleeding while implantation , buht its totally nomal hunn . :) it jusss the planatation still goin on .
stomach cramps, lower adominal pain, bloated stomach
Hello - It could be implantation cramps yes. If you experience light bleeding or spotting in your underwear or when you wipe, then do a pregnancy test in two weeks time.
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!