Has anyone ever had heavy implantation bleeding and found out that they are pregnant? if so, how long did you wait to take a HPT or go to the docs? i just wanted to know if this happens a lot. i know normally it is supposed to be light and just spotting, but i have read stories about Heavy Implantation Bleeding. THe more stories i get the better!
I started bleeding on April 6th and ended April 9th. it was lighter than my normal period and only last half as long. could this have been it?
Implantation occurs in only 30% or less of pregnancies. I have heard that it can be heavy but I have never had implantation bleeding so I can't tell you from first hand experience... I would say wait at least 3 days for the hormones to rise enough in your body to take a home pregnancy test! Best of luck!
Ive Been Tyring For A Baby, And I Had My Period 2 Weeks Ago, And I Started Bleeding Lightly 2 Days Ago But Every Pregnancy Test Ive Done Has Come Up Negative. The Bleeding Isnt Heavy, But Im Worried About It, Do You Think It could Be Implantation Bleeding?
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