No. If you are pregnant and having bleeding you should see your doctor. Implantation bleeding only occurs during implantation not a month after.
Typically implantation bleeding is an exception....meaning it isn't all too common. You should not have implantation bleeding for 5 days and if it is implantation bleeding it is very light and brown in color...more like spotting. If you are pregnant and bleeding or have unexplained bleeding you should see a doctor.
it should be light bleeding.. (spotting)
COULD BE IMPLANTATION BLEEDING IF YOU HAVE HAD SEX RECENTLY
The bleeding caused by implantation shouldn't be heavy - it should only really be enough to wear a pantyliner for
Implantation bleeding is a "one off" and should not occur every month. Any bleeding during pregnancy should be investigated by your Doctor or Ob Gyn.
There is usually no symptoms associated with implantation bleeding apart from vaginal bleeding 8-12 days after intercourse. Not every woman will experience implantation bleeding.
Implantation should occur around 10-12 days after conception.
It is a possibility, it could be Implantation Bleeding. Implantation Bleeding is vaginal discharge which usually contains a small amount of pinkish or brownish blood. About a third of pregnant women experience implantation bleeding. It can happen at the time the fertilized egg implants in the uterus, on average between 6 to 12 days past ovulation. Unless it is accompanied by cramping, backache or increased bleeding, a small amount of blood being discharged should be considered as implantation bleeding which is nothing to be concerned about.
Yes, decidual bleeding, should it occur, happens after implantation. It is considered to be fairly rare. It is sometimes mistaken for a menstrual period by women who do not realize they are pregnant.
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.
Yes. Many women experience implanation bleeding right around the same time as they expect AF. Implantation bleeding is lighter than a normal period, and you should still see an elevated BBT.