Question by  georgepaul (89)

How heavy is implantation bleeding or am I having an early period?

I need to know what to expect from implantation bleeding.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

Implantation bleeding is very light spotting and is often associated with brown or a darker colored blood and mild cramping. Most women will never experience implantation bleeding therefore if you are having a even flow that last for more than two days you can be positive that you are on your period.


Answer by  Inked (278)

Chances are if it's light then it's an implantation bleeding. Whenever the egg is fertilized the bleeding most often remains light so the uterine lining has a safe amount of cushioning. An early period can also happen because there is never a certain amount of time for the body to have it's period on time.


Answer by  bubbyboy (9929)

Not every woman has this bleeding. Usually it's just light spotting and some don't even notice it. If you know you're pregnant and start to bleed heavy see your doctor.


Answer by  wennifred (597)

Implantation bleeding is actually very rare, and is normally very light spotting. Bleeding in early pregnancy - after implantation - is more common, and is generally dark red or brown, indicating "old" blood. If it's bright red and especially if it's accompanied by cramps, it's likely your period. If you know you are pregnant and are bleeding, call your doctor.


Answer by  soothsayer (500)

Implantation bleeding or Spotting will usually result in minimal blood loss in form of few specks of blood. Anything more significant could indicate onset of early periods.

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