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.
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.
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.
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.
Your period hasn't finished yet.