CAN IMPLANTATION HAPPEN RIGHT AFTER OR DURING YOUR PERIOD

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nina - April 11

since I have read on a couple of threads that implantation can be mistaken for a period can it be that you are implanting on your period or even a day or so after???

 

Jessica - April 11

it can occur the day of your period, before and after it just depends on the woman good luck!

 

nina - April 11

i'd like to know too.Would you still have your period

 

kim - April 12

i would like to know this too. :)

 

jennifer b - April 12

I would also like to know?

 

Melissa S. - April 12

Implantation usually occurs 10 to 14 days after conception which usually puts that right before or during the time you would normally get your period. Some people have very light spotting, some don't even know its happening.

 

but - April 12

does that mean it can with stand your period and actually implant during or even the day after????

 

jamie b - April 12

YES I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF CAN WITHSTAND THE PERIOD AND ATTACH AFTERWARD OR IS THE ATTACHING THE REASON YOU CAN START AND THEN STOP SO ABRUPTLY?

 

SHARON - April 12

Ask Grandpa Viv he seems to know alot about that subject.

 

sue - April 12

i don't think he hangs out much anymore

 

jamie b - April 12

everyone must be asleep

 

dm - April 12

i too would like to know more about ib. i had a shorter and lighter period last month (march) that was 1 day late (not unusual). this month it came 4 days early (on the 6th). started out just spotting (brown, then pinkish-red), next day (7th) more than spotting but still light, next day (8th) spotting and then it stopped. the next day (9th) it returned but it was only brown spotting. as of today (12th) still spotting brown. this is very unusual for me b/c my af never last this long (although most of it is spotting) , is never that early and is never this light. sorry for the long post...just trying to find someone who has experienced this.

 

bump - April 12

bump

 

Grandpa Viv - April 12

Not sure what to make of this question. If you have a true period with the uterine lining shed, then implantation has not occurred and the cycle starts anew. If implantation has occurred, there may be occasional bleeding, but not a true period. Early pregnancy loss and miscarriage also enter the picture.

 

aurelia - April 13

will every woman have implantation....with the bleedin ting or...sum woman will not bleed at all?

 

bump - April 13

bump

 

Becky - April 13

You know... I bet a lot more women have IB than realize it. After all... I never looked at the TP after I wiped until TTC... and I never wiped BEFORE until specifically looking for CM/spotting (while ttc).

 

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