Hi, Yes they usually are. Some women do experience a light spotting or a light period for no more than 3 days during the first month they conceived and this can sometimes be mistaken for a period especially when it arrives around the time you expect your period but it is usually implantation bleeding.
Light bleeding in the first few weeks of pregnancy is also called implantation bleeding. It can last anywhere from 1 to 7 days. It will be extremely light if it is indeed implantation bleeding. Women can experience very light "periods" during the first 6 months of pregnancy.
The only way to know if you are having a period or implantation bleeding is to take a pregnancy test or visit your doctor.
it is possible. take a pregnancy test and consult a physician if you think there is a possiblility that you are pregnant.
Typically you do not have periods after conception. Early bleeding may be implantation bleeding but any bleeding when you are pregnant should be discussed with your doctor.
When spotting occurs between menstrual periods, there can be many causes. Spotting can occur due to hormonal changes, birth control, or implantation bleeding of pregnancy.
AnswerPregnant women do not have periods therefore you cannot be pregnant. Some pregnant women do have their "periods" during pregnancy, technically it's vaginal bleeding. It could be a numberof things, for example, implantation bleeding. To be safe take a pregnancy test or visit your doctor!
No long duistance answer - see a doctor.
If you have had implantation bleeding, that would mean you are pregnant. Now if you are having your period, see a doctor immediately. Periods can be normal during pregnancy, if it is brown. If it is red, that might mean a miscarriage is coming. Yes, it could be implantation bleeding, cervical changes, signs of an ectopic pregnancy or signs of a miscarriage. If you are concerned you should contact your doctor as soon as possible.
Within about 5-7 days you should get a positive on a home pregnancy test. Once you experience implantation bleeding you can find out if you're pregnant by doing a pregnancy test about 2-3 weeks later. you can take a pregnancy test as early as 3 or 4 days before your period is due http://thefertilityshop.com implantations bleeding if you get it doesn't always mean your pregnant cause i got it on the 2nd may then got periods so .... if everyone who had implantation bleeding then i would be having a period while pregnant won't I
completely normal some women think that bleeding that just experienced as their menstrual cycle when it is really implantation bleeding. however conception right after your period is not rare but it doesnt happen often
Well it could be your period, but you could also be mistaking your period for implantation bleeding or other changes in the body that occur during pregnancy that cause bleeding. Some women also experience a "First" period or have periods during pregnancy, though it is rare.
Implantation bleeding can be heavy, sometimes it is mistaken for an early period, but more commonly implantation bleeding is very slight. No, it's not heavy. It's nothing like a period. It is a tiny bit of blood which can be stringy/thick. It can last from 1-3 days, and the color can be brown/pink/red. Mine lasted 1 day. It just was pink stringy blood in discharge. Women can have periods while pregnant as well, which is totally different than implantation bleeding. If they have a period while pregnant it's a period. Implantation bleeding is a first sign of pregnancy or a sign of pregnancy at the beginning. Yes it can, but it would only last a day or so. I went to the doctor, and they said my heavy bleeding was implantation! It's not as common as a light discharge, but its still implantation.
Yes but I'm not sure about getting the period tho cause I had Implantation bleeding then 2 weeks later I got my period but then my periods started going in a pattern ever since after I had it Implantation bleeding. From Pink Princess
spotting is Implantation bleeding which is a sign of pregnancy so yes you could be pregnant
yes you can. I had a two day period (technically called implantation bleeding) and i think i might be pregnant Do a pregnancy test and get your doc to do a blood test for you.
If you have ovulated late in your cycle than implantation could have taken place later, than it might have been implantation bleeding. Now, you may take an early pregnancy test to see... ANSWER That maybe Implantation bleeding but it doesn't always mean your pregnant late periods can be caused by stress, age and diet. If you have irregular periods that's normal to happen when you have irregular periods you can come on late or skip a period I think you should see a doctor or take a pregnancy test Kat
Hello. If there is a possibility of pregnancy then this could be why you experienced two periods. The second period may of been implantation bleeding. If the period was lighter than usual for you then this is a sign of implantation bleeding. However if you are on birth control pills, you may of experienced break through bleeding because the doseage of the pills is not high enough for you.
Any bleeding that is from a baby implanting in the uterine lining is called implantation bleeding. So, you have to be pregnant for that to occur. If you are not pregnant and experience bleeding, you should see a doctor. There are many reasons why a woman bleeds between periods, but some of them are serious.
no not normally, although periods during pregnancy does happen.
If you are at risk for chlamydia, you should get tested. Testing is painless, free at your local department of health, and can help you get treatment early.Signs of implantation bleeding are as follows: -Implantation bleeding occurs 8-12 days after unprotected sex. When a woman experiences implantation bleeding it means the Embryo has implanted itself in your Uterus and has began releasing HCG. You can not do a pregnancy test at this time for a further 2-3 weeks.Implantation bleeding can be light bleeding which lasts a few hours to 2-3 days.Implantation bleeding can be spotting which does not require a pad or tampon.Bleeding which is very light and does not require a tampon or pad.Bleeding or streaks of blood on tissue paper when you wipe.Brown light bleeding or pinkish light bleeding.Brown spotting of blood or pinkish/reddish spotting of blood.Brown/Pinkish or reddish discoloured vaginal discharge.
My periods always just stopped & I had no bleeding in any of my 3 pregnancy's, but I do know you can have some light bleeding from the implantation of the egg. It is not like a period though but most women confuse this bleeding with their periods. It should not last more than 3 days. Some women do have a period in the beginning of pregnancy, although it is not common and it would be light. Some women have experienced a "first" period then learns a couple of weeks later that they really are pregnant. They usually also experience implantation bleeding caused by the fertilized egg to attach itself to the uterine wall
If you bleed lightly during your periods it is probably because you are ovulating. The difference between a period and implantation bleeding is that a period is heavier and lasts for longer and will need a tampon or sanitary towel, but implantation bleeding is light, not constant and only lasts about 1-2 days. You only need a pantyliner
Yes, it often does
I'm not sure I'm in the same situation I had Implantation bleeding 11 days after my period then 2 weeks after I got my period so I'm not so sure. I wonder If people who have periods while pregnant get Implantation bleeding right at the beginning Pink Princess