I haven't heard of this being normal in your situation hun. Spotting can occur which is known as implantation bleeding 8-12 after intercourse. However, if you had the transfer 8 days ok then it could be implantation bleeding but I really cannot be certain. Contact your Doctor for advice.
The embryo and placenta grow side by side and are attached via the umbilical cord - the placenta attaches to the uterine wall as it develops after the embryo implants in the uterine lining. Some women have spotting and slight cramps when the embryo attaches to the uterine lining.
Answer 2:You can have spotting and cramping but not full menstrual flow. This normally only occurs at the time for your first period after conception. Some women have minor vaginal bleeding during pregnancy and independent cramps that are not uterine cramps as with menstruation.Answer 1:can't have period
Light spotting with cramps but no period means it's time for a home pregnancy test.
is it possible to have cramps and spotting when you did a pregnancy test and you sure you're pregnant of 1 week
YES!. trust me! :)
Because it gets heavier and then the cramps mean you are in puburty
Spotting is the spillage of blood from the vagina not a period. And cramps are the uterus contracting so blood could come out... what we call a period.
menstruation cramps are when the muscles are contracting to try and release the endometrium (uterine wall lining).
Uterine streching can feel as though you are having menustral cramps.
No, you can have cramps and spotting at the time for your first period after conception but not full menstrual flow.
Implantation of a fertilized egg happens about 7-10 days after ovulation and fertilization (4-7 days before the expected period). When the fertilized egg burrows into the uterine lining, it can cause uterine irritation and release of prostaglandins, which lead to cramps. It can also cause a small amount of spotting, referred to as implantation bleeding. Not every pregnant woman will experience cramps, and there are other explanations for cramp-like abdominal pains. However, cramps can be an early pregnancy sign.
Yes, but after the time for your first period after conception they are probably not uterine/menstrual cramps but from other causes.
If both pregnancy tests are positive, you are pregnant. Those cramps and spotting is PERFECTLY normal. Nothing wrong there.
Nausea, constipation, fatigue, headache, spotting, cramps, missed period, lower back cramps
The bleeding could be 2 things: 1. Simple pre-period spotting or 2. Implantation bleeding After your uterus releases the egg and it is fertilized by the sperm, the fertilized egg will implant itself into the uterine wall. Some women feel light cramps, have light 'spotting' and some have no symptoms at all. Good luck to you! :o)
Usually cramps, bloating, fatigue, mood swings and spotting
Mild cramps and spotting for 1-2 days usually occurs during implantation which occurs approximately 6-8 days after ovulation. Cramps during ovulation are perfectly normal and some spotting can occur if there has been any changes in birth control or hormonal imbalances or rough sex. Since ovulation is when you are fertile and can conceive it is highly doubtful that cramps and spotting is due to pregnancy. Any abnormalities should be reported to a gyn and you should go in for an exam if this continues or if the cramps get worse. You want to be able to catch something early if there are any abnormalities.
The uterus is a muscle. It's the contraction of this muscle that causes both menstrual cramps and birth cramps. You can have uterine cramping at the time you would have had your first period after conception. If you have spotting after this time for your first period tell your doctor soon. It's normal to have cramps during pregnancy. They're likely to be from other causes -- stomach cramps, constipation, etc. You may want to mention them to your doctor at your next regular visit. ============================== I am 4 weeks pregnant and my cramps feel very similar to period cramps. However, the seem to be just slightly higher and a little more dull. They are also paired with nausea and breast tenderness.
I took 8 cytotec in 2 days but bleed little now am spotting with cramps am I still pregnant
Possibly. Brown spotting can be implantation bleeding. Although spotting and slight cramps as well as tender breasts can be the onset of your period or PMS. If you miss your period then do a pregnancy test. The only thing you can do for now is wait.
The most effective form of painkillers for menstrual cramps are Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs such as Ibuprofen. NSAID's work by reducing inflammation which can occur in the muscles as a result of prostaglandins (responsible for uterine contractions) and reduce the production of prostaglandins to prevent inflammation and the stronger uterine contractions that cause cramps.
This could just be your uterine lining coming away which is normal, it just came away after your period instead of with it.