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Some women do experience bleeding during ovulation but if this is unusual for you then it may be implantation bleeding or caused by a infection.

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This is normal. You are ovulating and most women bleed slightly during ovulation


During ovulation some women experience some spotting. If it is more than 2Tablespoons you should see your GYN.


For the majority of women, ovulation starts every 23 to 35 days but this can be delayed due to environmental factors such as stress. Ovulation pain is one of the common symptoms of ovulation and is felt as a pain around the lower abdomen. A drop in body temperature is also noticed during ovulation and a normal increase is faced after ovulation. The cervical mucus will also be watery like a raw egg-white during this period, these symptoms are all normal symptoms to face during the period of ovulation.


The contraceptive implant prevents the normal cycle of ovulation and menstruation. Some patients have irregular bleeding, and others have no bleeding at all.


Yes, this is common during ovulation. The cervix generally gets soft and the hole in the middle opens up more.


Yes, you can have cramping during ovulation.


Any bleeding during pregnancy should be checked by a doctor. Sometimes it can be normal but constant bleeding usually isnt.


Bleeding during pregnancy is not "normal" but some light spotting is reported by about 50% of women in early pregnancy.



During early pregnancy, hormonal changes can cause ovulation or a thickening of the uterine lining that sheds, in spite of the presence of a fertilized egg. When this happens around the time of your normal period, it is called decidual bleeding and the amount of blood can be the same as a period. It occurs in about 30% of pregnancies and while bleeding in early pregnancy is always alarming, most woman go on to have a normal pregnancy. Light bleeding or spotting, before your period is due, may be implantation bleeding, again harmless. Always notify your doctor when you experience any bleeding during pregnancy.


It depends on how heavy the bleeding is. Its normal to sometimes spot during pregnancey. Cramps, all the time. If bleeding is heavy its a possible miscarraige you should see docter immediately.


See your doctor. Tomorrow.


It could be ovulation, some women have spotting when they ovulate. Or it could be the bleeding of implantation of the fertilized egg which occurs 5-7 days after ovulation. If you stop having any bleeding and have nausea and/or breast tenderness, then you are probably pregnant. If the irregular bleeding persists, see your doctor.


no their is not its normal to blead during pregnancy.


This is normal. Women usually get cramps during ovulation and ovulation occurs a few weeks before your period


Your TEMP increases throughout the day & then decreases again. TEMPs usually increase during period, Ovulation and evening. This is normal & I honestly wouldn't rely on this as being a indication of pregnancy as it can be very misleading. If your bleeding is excessively heavy or heavy & worrisome, contact your DR for a evaluation. It is probably nothing to worry about but its best to ere on the side of caution, especially if you suspect pregnancy.


Bleeding during pregnancy is not normal. Any bleeding can indicate a threatened miscarriage. See your doctor.


Vaginal bleeding at any time of the menstrual cycle can be normal. However, certain types of bleeding at certain times can be an indicator of various things. Bleeding one week after ovulation is normally "implantation" bleeding, this is when a fertilized egg embeds in the lining of the uterus. It can cause mild bleeding/spotting or may have no symptoms at all. However, this is definitely not a reliable guide to pregnancy. Bleeding can mean any number of things and can't really be diagnosed without further analysis.


Swelling and tenderness of the breasts around ovulation time can be normal.


Irregular bleeding is a common side effect of the contraceptive implant.


Yes, lactation releases hormones that suppress ovulation (fertility).



Some light bleeding may occur, but it's best to see your doctor just in case.


No. Usually implantation bleeding is a bright red to brown drops of blood. No clots.


No, this is normal. It is pains from your uterus stretching. If you notice any bleeding though, go and see your doctor or midwife



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