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Is it possible to ovulate 2 days before your period then have a period for a week then implantation bleeding for a week and then have a lot of white watery discharge right before your period?

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A WOMAN ONLY OVULATES BETWEEN THE 8TH AND 14TH DAY AFTER THE FIRST DAY OF THE PERIOD, OTHER THAN THAT IT WOULD BE HARD TO GET PREGNANT.

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Implantation bleeding depends on when you ovulate,had sex and when u conceived.. you can have implantation bleeding anytime during your menustral cycle depending on when you conceived.

It is doubtful that the bleeding you had was implantation bleeding since most women ovulate 12-17 days after the first day of your last menses, and implantation is 5-7 days after ovulation. However almost anything is possible.

It is possible but not very likely. Implantation bleeding would occur after ovulation, which is more than a week after most periods end. For implantation bleeding to happen, you would have had to ovulate first, and afterwards it would have to be around a week before you see any spotting. If your periods are irregular then it is still possible, since you could have ovulated during the last days of your period. However, if you have some extra stuff like brown discharge coming out this soon after your period has ended, it's probably old blood and isn't much to worry about.

Yes, you can ovulate when you have brown discharge. Brown discharge is just spotting, this is when smallamounts of blood mix with your discharge, it can occur for multiple reasons including as a result of ovulation.

Yes, it is normal to see brown discharge even though you've not reached menarche. The brown discharge is light bleeding that has gone brown as it has aged and it mixes with your discharge. This can be a result of hormonal changes as your body prepares itself to ovulate and menstruate.

Possibly. You can no longer ovulate but if everything else is ok, perhaps implantation. Talk to your OB.

Possibly you didn't ovulate this month, because you have just started your periods, or are approaching menopause, or you are stressed. If you have had unprotected sex you may be pregnant and you have had implantation bleeding not a period.

It depends completely on your menstrual cycle. If we look at a typical 28 day cycle, a woman would ovulate on day 14 of her cycle and it can then take up to 16 days for a fertilised egg to travel down the fallopian tubes and implant itself (thus implantation bleeding). Thus implantation bleeding would likely be seen around the same time menstruation would be due.

That seems a bit early to me, but it is probably possible. Although I'm not sure how you know when you ovulated, unless you are testing yourself regularly. Wait another day or two and take a test or go see a doctor. Typically you ovulate around day 14 of your cycle and bleed (the onset of your period) on day 28. With this in mind, I'm not sure if I understand your question. If you haven't found an answer, please feel free to clarify your question. (I am currently working on my RN degree with a focus on women's health). I am a nurse. Not everyone is on a 28 day cycle. Some people do know when they ovulate because they have ovulation pains. If your period starts 14 days after you have these pains then you can bet you ovulated on that day. But, no you probably wouldn't experience implantation bleeding 3 days after ovulation. There is a widespread misconception that you ovulate 14 days after the start of your period. This is not TRUE! You actually ovulate 14 days before the start of your next period. Implantation will generally take place about 5 days on average after conception. The fertilized embryo needs time to travel down the fallopian tube while dividing. On the fifth day it will become a blastocyst. Only then can it implant into the uterine wall, which occasionally causes implantation bleeding. A lot of people talk about implantation bleeding but very few seem to actually get it; it's a very unreliable sign of pregnancy.

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.

You usually just get cramps when your on your period. Some girls when they are ovulating know they are cause they get this feeling in there side or stomach. Yes you have discharge when you ovulate but more of it and it usually stringy and that.

Yes. It's possible that you'll ovulate before the next episode of bleeding, and you can get pregnant at that time.

Yes, the most safe days are her first day of bleeding and after that you can get pregnant. A orgasm can make you start to ovulate again.

It gets whiter and thicker when you ovulate.

Pus can cause it. If it has a bad odor see a doctor. Discharge can also have a different color when you ovulate.

You can get implantation cramps as soon at three weeks after intercourse. You can ovulate different days throughout the month.

I can't be positive, but it would depend on when your period started. Usually you ovluate anywhere from 10 to 16 days after the start of your period. Unless you have really long periods....I would say probably not. You may have not had enough time to ovulate for you to become pregnant. Go back to the start of your period and count the days.....10-16 to see if there was a possibility to ovulate.

It i possible to have a period and not ovulate. This is called anovulatory bleeding. Women on birth control pill do not ovulate and still have a period which is triggered by drop in estrogen and progesterone hormones when they stop taking the pill at the end of the month. A woman who is not on birth control can have anovulatory bleeding if she does not ovulate as a result of thyroid problems, low progesterone levels, polycyclic ovarian syndrome or perimenopause. Infertility is often associated with having anovulatory cycles. The best way to detect this is by analyzing ovulation charts of their basal body temperature. An ovulation chart of a woman who has her period but does not ovulate does not have a temperature shift at mid cycle, but the temperature stays the same through the cycle.

It's possible you could be pregnant, most women ovulate 12-17 days (average 14) after the first day of their last menses. Bleeding of implantation will occur 5-7 days after ovulation. If you are having nausea and or breast tenderness, then you may be pregnant.

Yes you can be pregnant. Anytime you have sex you can be pregnant. About two weeks after your period your ovulate. {varies for each woman}. Once you ovulate, if there is still sperm inside you {which lives from4-7days}, you have a chance of getting pregnant, that's if the sperm and egg meet up. About a week after that you may have implantation bleeding which is when the egg buries itself in the embryo, or you could just have an abnormal period due to stress or other factors.

Yes, you can get pregnant then. It all depends on when you ovulate. If you ovulate around then, then it's possible that you could get pregnant then.

When you ovulate, you release an egg, therefore if you do not release an eg,, you have not ovulated

You have discharge because your body is getting ready to have it's period. This may last awhile.The main reason you have discharge is beciuse that is what clean the vagina and protects you from bacteria. When you ovulate it just changes a bit.

It's possible yes. Yes you can have ovulatory bleeding or anovulatory bleeding. There are urine tests available over the counter that you can use to tell if and when you are ovulating, which are musch less expensive than the blood tests, without having to pay for a doctors visit.


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