Implantation FYI

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rg - November 27

Implantation happens when the fertilized egg (now called a blastocyst) has completed its travel through the fallopian tube and attaches to the lining of the uterus. The blastocyst is a cluster of tiny cells, smaller than the head of a pin. Implantation happens on average nine days (6-12 days) after ovulation and fertilization. Most women have no symptoms on the day of implantation but some report a couple of drops of blood, which can be either red or brown or they have mild cramps. This is also called 'implantation bleeding or cramping.' That bleeding is usually no more than a couple of drops. If it's like a period, then it's unlikely implantation bleeding. But most women who become pregnant do not experience typical implantation bleeding, and many women who are not pregnant experience some spotting

 

Ashley - November 27

hmm, that sounds correctt. I will consult my nursing books and see if I find the same thing. Thanks.

 

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