Implantation bleeding is usually a little bit of spotting over 1 or 2 days, nothing like a period.
1-3 days its just a little bit of blood you can get it in discharge as well. It can be brown/pink/red it can be stringy/thick mine was stringy pink blood in discharge which just happened once in a day.
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Implantation bleeding depends on when you ovulate,had sex and when u conceived.. you can have implantation bleeding anytime during your menustral cycle depending on when you conceived.
Implantation should occur around 10-12 days after conception.
Hello. Implantation bleeding is not experienced by all women. It is not as common as many would think. Here is the facts about Implantation bleeding. * Implantation bleeding occurs 6-14 days after conception has taken place. * Implantation bleeding feels like period cramping when its experienced along with the bleeding. * Implantation bleeding is light bleeding, spotting of blood in underwear, streaks of blood on tissue paper or a blood coloured discharge in your underwear. * Implantation bleeding lasts for a few hours to 2/3 days. It rarely lasts over 4 days. * Implantation bleeding can also be spotting of brown blood which is known as old blood. I hope the above has helped you. Please recommend me if I have helped you. Good luck.
I'm not sure 11 days after or something
Implantation bleeding can happen twice. I have implantation bleeding 1 week and 3 days apart from each other. I went to the doctor in July to find out that im having fraternal twins. Every pregnancy is different though, so it may not be twins for you or many other mothers. My sister experienced implantation bleeding twice and had only 1 healthy child. If your implantation bleeding gets heavy or last for more then 5 or 6 days i would get ahold of your doctor and let her know. Better to be safe then sorry.
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...
I think that you can take a test now
Implantation can happen at the time the fertilized egg implants in the uterus, on average between six to twelve days past ovulation. Unless accompanied by cramping, backache or increased bleeding, a small amount of blood being discharged should be considered as implantation bleeding, which is nothing to be concerned about.
It means you are not pregnant. Many women don't have implantation bleeding, if the bleeding is of menstruation volume then it is a period.
You can have implantation bleeding from 3-7 days. Its usually lighter than your period and pink or brown in color. But, keep in mind every woman is different. So women actually confuse implanation bleeding with their period. I've heard of some women have actually had heavy bleeding and they thought it was their period, but i actually was implantation bleeding. I've also had this same experience with 1 of my pregnancies. Good luck:)
This form of bleeding takes place six to twelve days after ovulation. ( A females ovulation generally takes place 14 days before her period). There will not be a large amount of blood, some women may not even notice any. Implantation bleeding only lasts a couple of days, this is the way to compare and contrast the difference between implantation and menstrual bleeding.
Hi, *Period: - A period is a normal period, normal flow for you around the time you expect your period to arrive. You can not be pregnant and have a normal period. A period signifies that no egg has been fertilised and the egg breaks down and causes the period. * Implantation Bleeding: - Implantation Bleeding occurs 8-12 days after unprotected sex when the egg has been fertilised by the sperm. Not every woman experiences implantation bleeding and it is not as common as many people believe. When implantation bleeding occurs its usually spotting of blood or light bleeding which lasts a few hours to 2 (sometimes 3) days. Implantation bleeding can be: * Light bleeding in underwear. * Bleeding not requiring a pad or tampon. * Bleeding or streaks of blood on tissue paper when you wipe. * Pinkish bleeding which is light. * Brown bleeding which is light. * Discoloured pinkish, redish or brownish vaginal discharge.
It depends completely on your menstrual cycle. If we look at a typical 28 day cycle, a woman would ovulate on day 14 of her cycle and it can then take up to 16 days for a fertilised egg to travel down the fallopian tubes and implant itself (thus implantation bleeding). Thus implantation bleeding would likely be seen around the same time menstruation would be due.
Implantation can sometimes cause a bit of spotting or bleeding, known as implantation bleeding. Implantation bleeding is a small amount of bleeding in the uterus that occurs when the egg implants into the uterus. A specific tissue, known as trophoblast, develops from the fertilized egg and it surrounds it. It is what attaches the egg to the inside of the uterus, and actually eats its way into the uterus. The trophoblast actually pulls the egg to the inside of the endometrium. Trophoblast even invades the mother's blood vessels and diverts her blood to the fertilized egg. Sometimes, this blood will leak and this causes implantation bleeding. Thus, it is possible that it can be as many as 5 to 14 days between the time of sexual intercourse and the time that the fertilized egg implants in the uterus. 14 days is a little long, it usually takes five days just for the egg to travel down the fallopian tube.
Implantation bleeding is vaginal discharge which usually contains a small amount of pinkish or brownish blood. Only about a third of pregnant women experience implantation bleeding. It can happen at the time the fertilized egg implants in the uterus, on average between 6 to 12 days past ovulation. Unless accompanied by cramping, backache or increased bleeding, a small amount of blood being discharged should be considered as implantation bleeding which is nothing to be concerned about. Implantation can sometimes cause a bit of spotting or bleeding, known as implantation bleeding. Implantation bleeding is a small amount of bleeding in the uterus that occurs when the egg implants into the uterus. A specific tissue, known as trophoblast, develops from the fertilized egg and it surrounds it. It is what attaches the egg to the inside of the uterus, and actually eats its way into the uterus. The trophoblast actually pulls the egg to the inside of the endometrium. Trophoblast even invades the mother's blood vessels and diverts her blood to the fertilized egg. Sometimes, this blood will leak and this causes implantation bleeding. Thus, it is possible that it can be as many as 7 to 14 days between the time of sexual intercourse and the time that the fertilized egg implants in the uterus.
Any bleeding that is from a baby implanting in the uterine lining is called implantation bleeding. So, you have to be pregnant for that to occur. If you are not pregnant and experience bleeding, you should see a doctor. There are many reasons why a woman bleeds between periods, but some of them are serious.
Answer Hi it can last from 1-3 days it can be spotting or a bit of blood in discharge. The colour it can be is pink/red/brown. 1 in 3 women get it. Its nothing like a period much much much lighter XxPink PrincessxX Hope I help
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.
for a most accurate result try a test on the day or after your period is missed
Implantation bleeding is normally just light spotting but many women vary. It could be implantation bleeding but sounds more like a light period to me expecially if your last period was heavy. Take a home pregnancy test 2 days after your period would have been due if indeed you are pregnant you should get an accurate result by then. hope this helps
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?