Technically no. If you are pregnant implantation has already occurred.
It is possible to bleed for days after implantation. If the blood is brownish, that indicates the blood is not 'fresh' and it turned brown before exiting the vagina. This could be implantation bleeding, as implanation usually occurs between 5 and 10 days past ovulation (but can occur up to 14 days past ovulation).
No. Implantation does not always cause bleeding, a late period with a positive pregnancy test is the only way to be sure "implantation" or pregnancy has occurred.
Brown discharge is old blood and can also indicate that implantation bleeding has occurred. I would recommend you perform a pregnancy test.
Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)
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I would suppose it depends on which side of the uterus the embryo implants on. For me, it occurred on the right side.
not on the first day of implanting..it takes 2 to 3 days so give it some time before testing..i did that on the 2 day of implantation and it was a negative but waiting for a week it was positive..good luck
No, because implantation will not yet have occurred so there will not be any hormones to measure.
Cervical Mucus only increases 4-8 weeks after pregnancy has occurred. Normal everyday CM changes the level of discharge frequently so I wouldn't rely on CM as being a indication of pregnancy.
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Did the discharge continue for more than one day? It's definitely possible that was your first period. It could have also occurred if your hymen was disrupted, which can be caused by many things, including strenuous exercise, sexual foreplay or intercourse.
If you have implantation bleeding, and then bleed again shortly afterwards then you may have had a very early miscarriage. Spotting is common in early pregnancy, but heavy bleeding is something a Dr should look into. Some women report regular cycle bleeding (that is not a period because no ovulation occurred) during pregnancy, but this is very unusual.
There are tests on the market that you can use 5-7 days after intercourse (ie before implantation which happens around day 8). But not all tests can pick up HCG this early. Most tests will only work around the day of your due period (around day 14). Therefore go to a pharmacy and check out all the tests. Pick the early testing one if your period is not yet due. Two weeks after implantation has occured.
Pregnancy tests detect the presence of the hormone hCG (human Chorionic Gonadotropin) in urine. When a pregnancy is conceived and implantation in the womb lining has taken place, hCG is passed from the developing foetus into the mother-to-be's blood via the placental tissue. Because of this, pregnancy tests can only give a positive result after implantation (and not just fertilisation) has occurred. The length of time between fertilisation and implantation varies between pregnancies and individuals but is on average 6 - 12 days after ovulation. This means that the earliest day you can test and conceivably expect to get a positive result is seven days after you have ovulated. However, you should bear in mind that if you test this early there is a chance that implantation has not yet occurred and you may get a false negative. For this reason it is usually best to take another test 3 or 4 days later.
I called a lab near my home because I wanted to know the same thing. I was told by the lady who does the testing that you need to wait to have blood test done up to 10 days after ovulation so that implantation is complete otherwise you will get a neg result even if you are pregnant due to the fact that your body does not really start producing the hormones until implantation is complete.
NO, the E pill contains large doses of estrogen that prevents implantation for a maximum period of 72 hours in case fertilization occurred. E pills are for emergency cases not for protection.
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One such relatively recent study tells us that implantation does not always take place on day 7 after ovulation. In fact it very rarely does. This study by AJ Wilcox (1) accurately determined the day of implantation by very sensitive pregnancy test (HCG) measurement compared to ovulation. HCG hormone starts being produced when the pregnancy implants into the uterine lining. The findings in normal women trying to conceive included: * first appearance of HCG (implantation) occurred 6-12 days after ovulation * 84% of the pregnancies implanted on days 8-10 after ovulation * early pregnancy loss increased with later implantation - implantation early pregnancy loss rate o 13% by day 9 o 26% on day 10 o 52% on day 11 o 86% on day 12 or more Overall the total pregnancy loss up to 6 weeks was 25%. Now that seems very high to most people but keep in mind many of these pregnancy losses occurred so early that women often were not aware they were even pregnant. The normal early pregnancy loss rate that most women know about is 15-18% of clinically recognized pregnancies so almost 40% of all pregnancy loss is unrecognized.
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Implantation bleeding is spotting that occurs normally 6-12 after ovulation has occurred. It is when what will soon become your bundle of joy implants itself into your uterine wall. Normally it is pink or brown in color and will not last long (average 1-2 days light spotting)
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