No, red clotting is not typically associated with implantation bleeding. Implantation bleeding is usually light and may appear as light pink or brown spotting. If you experience heavy bleeding with clots, it may indicate a different underlying cause and it is recommended to consult with a healthcare provider.
Implantation bleeding can last for 1-3 days. 1 in 3 women get it and it can be also stringy/thick pink/red/brown. It doesn't have a period pattern.
The egg is fertilized in the fallopian tube in the woman's body.The eggs come there and the sperm fuse there with them.There are two tubes.
First off it is not your stomach per say that grows, it is your uterus. The uterus sits deep in the pelvis and usually fits in there until month 4 when it flips up over your symphysis pubis in need of more room. Every woman is going to be different though with our various body shapes and will be different with each pregnancy as the abdominal muscles change with each.
This is not a good idea.
Ive gotten a BFP at 4dpt....so sometime before that! Hope that helps!
implantation occurs in the womb and is the very early stage of pregnancy at which the embryo adheres to the wall of the uterus.
They get frozen incase it is needed in the future.
When the egg is fertilized it remains initially "detached" from the mother, On average one can expect implantation to occur about seven to ten days before ovulation.