Can I get my period after conception and before implantation?
My husband and I recently decided to start trying for a baby. I stopped taking the pill about 2 weeks after my most recent period, just before ovulation. I got my period for about 3 days, but I'm feeling very tired and nauseous lately. Is it possible for me to have my period after conception but before the egg implants into the uterine wall, since I stopped the pill halfway through the pack?
A period is sheding of the linning after failed conception.its most likely you coming off the pill.however to be certain.you could take a test,as if this was implantation bleeding,you could get an answer now.
everything i see says it takes a fertilized egg about 3 days to make its way out of the fallopian tube and another 5 days before implantation takes place. I didn't know if it was possible for the egg to be floating around in there with the lining shedding. I guess only time will tell.
if ovulation happens less than 12 days before your period.it would not implant,we need a lutheal phase of at least 12 days.an egg wouldnt implant if the lining is not thick enough.hence at least the 12 days.You prob find its due to stopping BC.best of luck.
I'm just so anxious to find out. I have to wait till next Friday to test..I think about it every day, every time I feel a bit nauseous or tired, I think "could I be pregnant?". I know it's probably too early to have these symptoms.. maybe it's just my mind playing tricks on me because I want it to bad?
Ok I have to chime in here. I have been pregnant twice and both pregnancy I found out about while on my period. I conceived before my period but didn't implant until after my period already had started so all those who keep saying that it isn't possible to implant without a 12 day LP are full of it. Yea it could be the BC but if you are concerned definitely take a test to be sure.
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