Implantation cramping is different in every woman. It can last a few hours to about a week, but still even after the egg has implanted, you can still experience cramping, such as, throughout your whole pregnancy, due to the uterus growing and changing.
If you are concerned, check with your doctor.
Not long, every person is different.
can last up to 10 days
Usually takes one week.
until it goes away I have heard that the cramping in pregnancy can last throughout its entirity, and can be normal as long as it is not accompanied by bleeding, fever, etc. Good luck!!
Implantation bleeding only last a couple of days and only occurs shortly after conception. Answer 1-3 days
It is different for different people; it would be best to ask your doctor.
Up to 5-7 days Implantation bleeding occurs. But, Everybody is Diffrent.
Light bleeding in the first few weeks of pregnancy is also called implantation bleeding. It can last anywhere from 1 to 7 days. It will be extremely light if it is indeed implantation bleeding. Women can experience very light "periods" during the first 6 months of pregnancy.
Implantation last 1-3 days
Its not a menstrual its just bleeding or no bleeding and it take 2 to 3 days for completion...if its longer the egg did not attach..and you will have a early period
stomach cramps, lower adominal pain, bloated stomach
From so many sources and different mums, implantation bleeding can last a week. But dont forget that you are quite a woman out of trillions out there. Hence, its possible that yours lasts a week while your friend's lasts two days. Dont be panic, its normal...
1 1/2 days
Implantation period occurs 6-12 days after intercourse. Implantation bleeding lasts a few hours to 3 days.
Break through bleeding (also know as implantation bleeding) is when the fertilised egg implants in the built-up lining of the uterus. This often causes some of the blood vessels in the lining to burst, which causes the bleeding
You are most likely having implantation bleeding, when the fertilized egg implants itself in the uterus. Google implantation bleeding more info. It's very common, but if you want to be extra cautious, stay in bed a few days. Congratulations! Children are blessing from the Lord.
While light bleeding can be a normal symptom in pregnancy, it isn't if combined with cramping. The two together could indicate a threatened miscarriage. Sometimes it may settle, but it may increase if a miscarriage is unavoidable. Get it checked with a doctor.
If the bleeding was really light and didn't last long then it could have been implantation bleeding and yes, you could be pregnant. Take a pregnancy test to find out.
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.
Yes this could be implantation bleeding. If it is implantation bleeding you can not do a pregnancy test for another week. Implantation bleeding is a signal to your body that the Embryo has implantated in your uterus. You need to give the Embryo sufficent amount of time to release enough HCG to give a positive on a HTP. When you have IB (implantation bleeding), this means you conceived around 8-12 days ago. So you need to wait another week to do a HPT. OR you can see your doctor on Wednesday for a blood test to confirm pregnancy. This will be accurate now. Good luck.
It varies from person to person, but myself and a friend of mine both had cramping a few days before we had a lighter than usual period and then about a two week long period with lots of clots and cramps.
implantation bleeding should be light pinkish and last a day Answer Hi it should last from a day or 3 Mine was stringy pink blood in discharge which lasted a day. Its nothing like a period its not heavy its just a spot of blood really which 1 in 3 women get at the beginning of pregnancy. From Pink princess
Unfortunately there are several reasons contributing to cramping during pregnancy. They can be due to gas, constipation, implantation bleeding, ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage,vanishing twin syndrome, or pre-term labor.
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.