Can implantation bleeding occur 1 day after missed period?
Me and my Husband are TTC. My cycles are 28 days long and I have my period for 4 days. I had unprotected sex on June 30, July 1,2,and 3 and 4.So my period was due on July 14. During that time of waiting, I was EXHAUSTED. I don't know why but I was just beat down. My cycles are clock work and I have never had a late cycle, or one lasting more/less than 4 days. When July 14th came around, I didn't have my period. Not only that, but my breasts were very, very sore, which is also very uncommon. On July 15th, I had very, very faint spotting. When my period starts, its real heavy for the 3 days, and then the 4th its light. Between July 15th and 16th, It was light but it turned from light pink to a red. I had cramps, which is also VERY uncommon. I think I've had cramps twice in my life? On the second day, the "bleeding" completely vanished for a couple hours, but then came back as pinkish/brown. Then on the third day, it was light brown and eventually disappeared. Throughout the entire thing, I've only gone through 2 pads and those weren't even used up(TMI? sorry lol). So now I'm wondering what it could possibly be? Would there be a possibility that it's implantation bleeding?
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