All about implantation bleeding and symptoms.
Implantation and implantation bleeding occur on average about 9 days after ovulation (range between 6-12 days), which is about a week to a few
I had horrible cramping for about a week and then a lot of bright red blood. I thought that I had miscarried. I had an ultrasound and found out that I just had a lot of implantation bleeding.
Cramping can be seen in both menstruation and implantation bleeding. Menstrual cramps are usually more intense and last a longer amount of time than cramps due to implantation. If your cramps are light and do not increase in intensity and pain and the discharge is a pink or brown color...
You've read about implantation bleeding and cramping, and now that you're experiencing some pre-menstrual spotting, your mind is probably racing to the immediate assumption that you're already pregnant and that it's only a few days before those two pink lines will prove your pregnancy.
In such a case, bleeding and pain in the abdomen are usually experienced. The only difference between pain due to ovarian cysts and implantation cramps is the intensity of the blood flow and the severity of cramps.
For the last one or two days, you will have light, on and off bleeding, similar to implantation bleeding. Period blood is always bright red, and it can come with clots. You may have uncomfortable menstrual cramps, backaches, bloating, and feel pretty yucky while on your period.
Bleeding is very common during pregnancy. This article talks about the causes of cramping accompanied by implantation bleeding.
Babies Online explains Implantation Bleeding and our members comment on their experiences with implantation bleeding.
Cramping severity: Both menstruation and implantation bleeding can cause cramping, but cramps from your period feel much more intense. Light or faint cramping that never increases in intensity could mean implantation, especially if it's coupled with brown or pink discharge.