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This may be implantation bleeding.
No. Spotting does not prevent implantation. It is often a symptom of implantation. An egg is viable (for fusion with a spermatoza) when the egg "drops" right up to, and including, when the period starts. So, if you had unprotected sex during your ovulation window and you have spotting, then I suggest getting a pregnancy test ... unless you had your period after the spotting events. The sequence of events that you describe tells me that you could have experienced implantation bleeding ... however, if you have not been sexually active, then this is not the case. Either way, if the spotting /bleeding changes in intensity /duration, have your Gyno check it out for you.
Spotting before you get a heavier flow is very normal...If you are normally like clockwork and you only have spotting and do not get a regular flo within the next 3-4 days then it is very possible that you are pregnant and that the spotting is implantation bleeding.
Implantation bleeding = you are pregnant!
Yes. My doctor told me that spotting could be caused by implantation. In some women, after fertilization, this can cause some lite spotting.
it could implantation spotting if youv had unprotected sex and do noy get a normal period id recommend you take a pregnancy test
It is possibly an implantation bleed, but not necessarily
Yes this is usually called implantation,after you conceive if not get it checked out
Possibly, this may be implantation bleeding
Well, implantation spotting usually occurs a week after ovulation or a week before your period. Considering it
Yes. Implantation bleeding (which is what the spotting could be) often occurs around when your period is meant to be
The spotting could have been implantation spotting (when the fertilized egg attaches to the uterus), therefore you should take a pregnancy test to find out if you are pregnant or not.
Implantation Bleeding 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. This is called implantation bleeding. This is sometimes confused for an early period. What does implantation bleeding or spotting look like? Implantation bleeding, also called implantation spotting, does not look like a regular menstrual period. Implantation bleeding is scanty and usually pink or brownish discharge. Implantation bleeding or menstrual period? Implantation bleeding normally occurs a week to a few days before your period would normally start. Spotting that occurs around a week after ovulation is likely implantation bleeding; whereas, spotting that occurs very close to the time that your period would normally start may not be. A normal menstrual cycle generally starts off light and then gets heavier. Spotting can sometimes be the sign of an early period. If this is the case, the spotting will pick up to heavier bleeding. If you have spotting right around the time your period would normally start, it can be more confusing. You will need to take the wait and see approach or take a pregnancy test to determine pregnancy.
Yes, this dark red or brown spotting could be implantation bleeding. This is an early sign of pregnancy.
Implantation will appear before you expect your period and many people mistaken it for spotting before their period begins. As mentioned before, most women do not experience a full on bleeding with implantation. Instead, they may experience a bit of spotting in their panties or even some pinkish or brown discharge. Implantation bleeding occurs when an egg has been fertilized and implants into the lining of the uterus. Because the lining uterus is made up of blood, there can be a bit of blood expelled in some women.
Could be an implantation bleed where Embie implants on womb lining.
It could be. It could be implantation bleeding. If your period does not come, take a test. Once implantation occurs you can get a positive test in a day or two. Good luck!
Spotting alone is not an indication of pregnancy, you would have to have other symptoms to tie it in. It could be a sign of implantation. I would wait for more symptoms or a late AF before assuming PG.
implantation bleeding, 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.Implantation bleeding, also called implantation spotting, does not look like a regular menstrual period. Implantation bleeding is scanty and usually pink or brownish discharge.Implantation bleeding is fairly common with pregnancy. Twenty to thirty percent of women will have spotting during early pregnancy. If you have some light spotting before your period would normally start this is not something to worry about and may be a sign of pregnancy
When the egg is fertilized it remains initially "detached" from the mother, On average one can expect implantation to occur about seven to ten days before ovulation.
it might be implantation bleeding. wait a couple days and take an at home test.
It is very possible. The spotting could be a result of implantation bleeding which can occur as soon as 7 days after conception. Good luck!
From what I have been reading about implantation bleeding I would say that the dark spotting is that. I would say that you should estimate a week before the dark spotting and that is when you got pregnant.
Spotting is less than one pad of blood lasting 1-2 hours. If it was that little, yes Joymaker RN