Facts about implantation bleeding during pregnancy. Educate yourself about what it is, when does it occur, signs, symptoms and much more.
It is not unusual that some women experience implantation bleeding in the early stages of pregnancy. Any bleeding outside implantation bleeding is classified as a threatened miscarriage, meaning the pregnancy is threatening to miscarriage. About 25 of all threatened miscarriages settle down and a normal pregnancy happens.
Implantation bleeding occurs very early in pregnancy as a direct result of the fertilized egg (your growing baby) burying and snuggling its way into the lining of your womb. Implantation bleeding occurs about 10-14 days after the egg has been fertilized or when conception occurred. This is also around the time when your menstrual cycles would be expected. Most cases the bleeding last for a few minutes to a few days. If it lasts more than a few days then it may be a sign of infection or a threatened miscarriage.
Signs can vary from one pregnant woman to another. It normally mild in nature and is much lighter than a normal menstrual period.
This depends on how long it takes from the blood to travel to the outside of your body. The color of the blood loss can vary form bright red to brown in nature. Bright red blood loss means that there is an active area of bleeding within the womb and blood is flowing from the site of implantation to the outside of your body very quickly. Brown blood loss indicates an old bleed. When you get brown bleeding it normally means that when the fertilized egg buried it way into the womb, a little blood was released. The bleeding that occurred at the moment of implantation stayed in the womb for some time so by the time you see it on your underwear or when you wipe yourself it showed up as brown implantation bleeding.
The only thing you might notice with implantation bleeding is a pinkish or brown discharge when you wipe yourself after you go to the bathroom. Cramps with implantation bleeding: You may even experience cramps with or without bleeding. The reason you may experience cramps with implantation bleeding is because as the fertilized egg buries into your womb, it caused the muscle of your womb to contract. These contractions press on nerve endings and may result in mild to moderate menstrual like pains for 24-48 hours.
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