Implantation Bleeding

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If you are TTC (trying to conceive), you are most likely paying close attention to the changes in your body throughout your cycle.  It is often small changes such as sore breasts or abdominal twinges that give us a gut feeling that we may be pregnant, even before the pregnancy test confirms it for us.

 

One pregnancy indicator can actually be spotting or light bleeding 5-10 days after ovulation.  At first you may think you are about to get your period a week early, but it will never fully show itself.  Instead, you will notice a pinkish discharge after you wipe.  This usually only happens for 1-3 days and can be confusing or alarming to some women.

 

However, this may be implantation spotting/bleeding, and it happens to about 20% of all women who go on to become pregnant. The spotting occurs when the embryo imbeds itself into the uterine wall. 

 

So if you notice some very light, mid-cycle bleeding, you may be on your way to a BFP (big fat positive)!

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jogar jogos de vestir — Jul 26, 2014
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Please help my boyfriend and I have sex a lot and unprotected. We had sex right up to the day I got my period which was February 16. It lasted until the 22 then on the 28th I started to get Lower back pain and cramping headaches and spotting. Not a lot of spotting just when I go to the bathroom. What is wrong with me please help I took a test it was negative !!

Anonymous — Mar 03, 2014
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I finished my period, the 5th of december a week later, 2 days after that I started bleeding again light red not heavy but not a normal period for me it lasted 5 days... I have taken 3 test already all showed negative, but im showing signs of being pregnant and im a week away from my next due date for my period... Is it possible that I am pregnant and just not showing up on a test yet?

Anonymous — Dec 23, 2013
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Gill31 — Aug 01, 2013
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Ok so i got my period last month (2-12-2013) and it was a regular period.i have a regular cycle (every 28 days) me and my hubbie have sex on a regular i was supposed 2 get my period on march 12th and didnt see it til 2day which is da 17th and its not really like a period becuz im just spottin but normally i bleed heavy i have been having all the pregnancy symptoms .i have never missed my period unless i was pregnant and i have never been late either...could i be pregnant...some one plz help...im confused

Anonymous — Mar 17, 2013
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Am 25,had my last period on 22march, lasted for 7 days and I was expecting my next period on 19april,but on 28/04/2012 had a light spot on my pantie, i feel no pains too am I pregnant...

Anonymous — Apr 28, 2012
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I'm a bit confused and a bit flustered ... my husband and I have been trying to get pregnant for some time now. I've had some symptoms. Dizziness, nausea with no vomitting, backache, bloating, hungry all the time, foosebump like bumps on my aeraolas, I keep seeing veins all over me, especially on my cheat, thighs and arms, gas, breasts are soft and tender, underarms are sensitive, been really weepy and irritable lately. I've taken pregnancy tests and they've all come out negative. I was supposed to get my period on the 21st this last month (october). Well, it didn't show. Then the 22nd I was spotting. Was nothing at all like a normal period. Lasted about 6 days. Brownish reddish in color. In September I got a 3 day period instead of a 5 day period. I just don't know what to make of it. Am I pregnant or not? Never had these weird symptoms before... and each test I take comes out negative. What is the deal?

Kelly W. — Nov 07, 2011
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on july12th thru 17th i had my period me n my partner had sex everyday durin n after that time n in aug on the 15th i bleed dark for about 24 hours n then on aug 18 i was spotting light mucuosy blood n light pink when i wiped now n sept i didnt get my period for the month n im gainin weight havin cramps mood swings n always sleepy but n late july i thought i was sick wit a virus but i was thrown up 4 about a wk yellow stuff n still now every smell gets me nauseated itoke 4 test 2 pos n 2 neg im i pregnant

mimi — Sep 22, 2011
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