It is possible but implantation bleeding is usually just spotting on one day rather than period like bleeding.
Nio, implantation bleeding is just a couple of spots.
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. You must keep in mind though that not everyone will experience implantation bleeding.
that bleeding may have been implantation bleeding
No, implantation bleeding does not last three days. It is light spotting that usually only lasts a few hours.
I have irregular periods they come every forty days its been three weeks after my period and I have dark spotting my period is in about two weeks from now my last period began on January 6th
Not generally. It should only last two to three days on average. Implantation bleeding is the result of the fertilized egg(s) implanting itself into the uttering lining which results in bleeding and occasionally abdominal cramping. 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. You must keep in mind though that not everyone will experience implantation bleeding.
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.
Yes, breakthrough bleeding is not unusual - especially in the first three months.
Bleeding in early pregnancy can be worrying, so it's only natural that you're concerned about your baby. Rest assured that bleeding in the early days is common and unlikely to harm your baby. About a quarter of mums-to-be experience some bleeding in the first three months of pregnancy. A number of things could be causing your light bleeding. You may be experiencing breakthrough bleeding. This happens when pregnancy hormones cover up your usual menstrual cycle, but that cycle continues for a while. So, around the time you would have had a period if you weren't pregnant, you may get a little bleeding. You may have this bleeding more than once. Another cause of light bleeding is the fertilised egg implanting in your uterus (womb). Implantation bleeding is thought to occur at about the same time as your period would have been due. This makes it hard to tell implantation from breakthrough bleeding. Your bleeding may be caused by your cervix softening, forming a raw area. This is called cervical erosion or ectropion. Bleeding can also be linked to vaginal or cervical infection or a harmless growth called a polyp. These three conditions could all result in bleeding if your cervix has been chafed, for example, when you have sex.
Yes, you could be pregnant. Sometimes women have implantation bleeding that starts around the time of their period. Also stress could also mess up your periods. If you're not sure just take a home pregnany test. They are pretty reliable.
Well, you can't have an actual period during pregnancy since that's the shedding of your lining, but some women will have implantation bleeding during pregnancy. If it was lighter then usual, you should test.
More than likely no. If it were implantation bleeding you would've had no "normal blood flow". So basically your not pregnant, unless you're an exception to the rule case, that bleeds through their pregnancies. Which there are some that do! However, you do not sound pregnant at all to me and I have three kids and usually when you get your period it may come associated your stress level, which affects your hormone level which in turn affects the overall bleeding during your period as oppossed to your normal periods.
Yes, you certianly could be pregnant. Around 6-12 after concieving you might have what is called implantation bleeding, which is when the embryo implants into the uterus causing slight bleeding that is usually lighter, shorter, and discolored.
Your period hasn't finished yet.
No. If you have spotting around the time your period is due, take a pregnancy test. If it comes out negative, and you still think you are, take another one a week later. Make sure you use your first morning urine. It will be more accurate that way. Implantation bleeding is spotty, light pink, and is shorter than your normal period.No. This is my 5th pregnancy, and I have never experienced implantation bleeding.No, it doesn't. Some have it while others don't.i only had implantation bleeding with one of my three pregnancys...I am about 4 weeks pregnant. I only just had some slight brown spotting but I hear that this is normal unless I have cramps and it turns red and lasts for a few days. I did not have the "implantation bleeding" at all. This is my first pregnancy. So far no signs of morning sickness either since last week (which lasted a week)No every pregnancy is different and every women is different as wellPink PrincessANSWER:I had implantation bleeding. I was due to start my period on July 3 & on June 28th I noticed some light brown discharge, very minimal. Then on the 29th I was playing volleyball and I started the "feeling" of me starting my period. I went to check and had some light pink/reddish discharge on my panties. Then I had specks of red on my toilet paper.I took a pregnancy test on June 30th and I was pregnant! Implantation bleeding or spotting usually occurs a week before your period is due. It did in my case anyways. I and good luck!
At two to three weeks pregnant, there's rarely many symptoms noticeable at all. You may have noticed slight spotting( implantation bleeding) or a missed period.
Some women will have three to four days of bleeding around 48 hrs after conception known as implantation blood.
Women on the birth control may have unexpected bleeding, particularly in the first three months of use or if they miss pills.
Hello, No this isn't caused by a miscarriage hun. But it does sound like this may be bleeding related to early pregnancy (implantation bleeding) or the effect of birth control. Sometimes when someone has been taking birth control consecutively for a long period of time, their period cycle can change or become lighter or more irregular or sometimes, your body becomes so reliant on the doseage of birth control that you need to doseage changed (usually increased). See your doctor for a pregnancy blood test.
Hi there. :-) During pregnancy a woman can not have a normal period. But you can experience light period bleeding around the time you would expect your period for the first three months. But any bleeding during early pregnancy does need to be reported to your doctor so they can make sure the pregnancy is progressing well and the Foetus is viable.
...that depends a lot on day of conception(not neccassarily sex, but conception can be between the day of sex and three days after). If its around 5 days after conception then it could very possibly be. Implantation bleeding. Although implantation bleeding is usually light and spotty. Some women do mistake it for a normal menstrual cycle. if its too late after conception for it to be implantion bleeding (which occurs days fivr after conception or some others say 6-12 days after) , then you could have had a miscarriage. Common in the first trimester, this is especially possible if cramping pains went with this. (But the cramps could be oregnancy pains too) ...just try not to worry... what ever happens or has happened is for a reason! Best of luck! Xoxo
Implantation takes at least two or three days.
Hi, Yes it could be implantation bleeding hun. If it is, you can see your doctor for a quantitative beta hcg blood test and you will get the result within three days. Good luck.
No, but it can cause spotting. In the first three months, you may have irregular spotting or bleeding. It's less common on Nuva Ring than on the pill, but it can occur. After the three month "breaking in" period, you should see more regular periods and lighter flow. If you have a problem in which you haven't had a period for some time, then Nuva Ring may help bring on withdrawal bleeding at the end of the three week "ring in" period. Whatever bleeding you have, just keep using the ring on the schedule on your calendar, regardless of bleeding.
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