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.
Ovulation typically occurs about two weeks before the start of menstrual bleeding.
Ovulation occurs two weeks before menstruation, if you conceive then it takes around 6-10 for a fertilized egg to implant itself - this is when you experience implantation bleeding. If you're bleeding two weeks before menstruation it is not likely to be implantation bleeding, possibly ovulation bleeding.
about 10 days after ovulation, which would be a couple days before you would get your period.
Yes, this is when it does happen! Implantation usually happens 6-8 days after ovulation, so the bleeding would correlated with that.
There is a hormone surge just before your cycle begins, your may be strong and causing some bleeding.
ovulation bleeding does occurs mid cycle and can occur with right or left lower abdominal pain due to rupture of the follicle..it is known to be caused by a drop in hormone levels right before ovulation, it can also be attributed to the release of the egg from the follicle. The bleeding usually last 1-2 days and is pink or red with mucuos which is noted upon wiping. Implantation bleeding occurs during the time which one would have menstruated not mid cycle.
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.
depending on the person, ovulation takes place about either ten days before your period or ten days after. some spotting during ovulation isn't rare but if it happens frequently you should get it checked out with your gyno. even so, I'm assuming that when you are "bleeding" you are just on your period, ovulation happens in a time of menstrual dormancy. bottom line is, if you're really concerned about it ask your gyno.
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.
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.
There is no egg to fertilize before the ovulation.