it is next to impossible to even know you are pregnant at 6 days since it takes almost a week (7 days) for the for the fertilized egg to travel down from the fallopian tube to the uterus, where the egg implants in the lush, prepared uterine lining. It is only at this time that a pregnant woman's body begins to release the pregnancy hormone, HCG and you can POSSIBLEY detect pregnancy with an at home test and then, the sensitivity of the specific test, the amount of time before your body starts releasing HCG, the amount of HCG the individual woman's body produces and the timing of the test are all factors that can delay accurate results of a home pregnancy test kit. Blood tests are usually considered the gold standard of pregnancy tests this early on because blood detects the HCG before urine does. If a urine test is really sensitive, it can often pick up at least small amounts of HCG as early as about ten days after fertilization. If you are assuming pregnancy so fast I assume you were trying and you should contact your dr. Keep in mind that pregnancy tests are only accurate if they test at the right time! As mentioned above, it needs to be at least ten days (and often longer) after fertilization to be even assumed it is correct so at earliest, you can detect is 1-1/2 to maybe 2 weeks 'along' Do you know for sure when you ovulated? Many women make the mistake of assuming that they ovulated on the mythical day 14, but you may not ovulate until, for example, day 23 of your cycle. In this case, testing through a home pregnancy test as early as day 24 would be utterly useless and a complete waste of money. I hope this helps and good luck!!!!
You could be pregnant. It is possible that you experiencing implantation. Implantation is when the fertilized egg embeds itself in the uteris. The timing is about right. I would test.
it deffinatly sounds like it, however, I had a period that started off that way. If you have missed a pill that could be the reason why
I know that a certain amount of cramping is normal with a transfer, it could also be implantation. Good luck to you! ~pawsalmighty
Some women do report feeling some light cramping and possibly spotting at the time of implantation. Therefore tightening or tension could be cramping like that. ~pawsalmighty
There is usually no symptoms associated with implantation bleeding apart from vaginal bleeding 8-12 days after intercourse. Not every woman will experience implantation bleeding.
Yes, this could be implantation bleeding. It can also be coupled with cramping.
Implantation takes place 2 weeks after a sperm fertelizes an egg; that is 2 weeks, on average, after having intercourse.
This could be a sign of pregnancy but if you are spotting as well it could be an early sign of miscarriage. You may want to go to the dr.
Talk to your vag doctor
Hi I always been regular this month intead of my period I'm getting this strange bleendind w/ some cramping, also I have a bad haedache today does anyone know if that could be implantation bleeding?
Hi I'm experiencing this yesterday I was 17 days past the first day of my period and I started bleeding yesterday it was only a little when I wiped today I went to the bathroom and there is no blood I've also had bad cramping but it's only been 17 days past the first day of my last period. Could this be implantation bleeding? Help!! X
if that's the only bleeding you have than more than likily that was i.b.
4 days after conception is very early. It is possible although very slight you could have implantation bleeding and slight cramping.
The pinching in your abdomen could be the feeling of implantation cramping. You could be pregnant. When implantation happens you will also see a brownish, sometimes pink, discharge. It usually isn't very much, but still it's there. You should make an appointment with your doctor to confirm or deny.
Yes its possible.
Cramping is normal during pregnancy and could persist. It could also be a sign that the baby is in distress or that you are having false labor pains. You should go get an ultrasound to make sure that the baby isn't in distress. If the cramping is sever then it could be preterm contractions. If the cramping gets worse and closer together you should go straigh to the hospital and have an ultrasound or to the labor and delivery room at the nearest hospital straight away.
cramping can be an early sign of pregnancy and the bleeding could be implantation bleeding. I would advise to take a test, after a month and half of being "late" it would definitely register a positive.
*This is most likely ovulation pain, early premenstrual cramps or if you have had unprotected sex it could be implantation cramps.
Yes, it is possible that you experienced implantation bleeding and cramping.
Cycles can be disrupted by exercising, dieting , and stress. But if you are sexually active this cramping with out bleeding could be a urinary tract infection, see a doctor. If you are having heavy flow and cramping, it could be miscarriage. You will have a positive HPT for two weeks after miscarriage if you want to know for sure. Good luck Joymaker rn
If the cramping starts and stops you could be experiencing Braxton Hicks contractions which are normal and not indicative of labor. However, if your amniotic sac breaks and your water starts escaping you are in labor. In either case you should see your doctor.
With my first pregnancy I just had the implantation bleeding, no cramping, I felt wonderful. With my second pregnancy I had awful period like cramps. I didn't think I could be pregnant because it felt like my period was coming.
If you've had unproected sex or know of a condom braking then there is a chance. You could just be experiencing pre implantation bleeding that is just spotting for a few days