Pregnancy implantation96 Comments
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Implantation is usually a quite gentle process, with very few symptoms that can be felt or noticed. Most symptoms are usually detected or diagnosed as implantation once a pregnancy has been confirmed; that is, once you realize you're pregnant, certain symptoms you might have noticed a few days prior will match up to those common to implantation.
That said, following are some typical signs of implantation.
- A very small amount of spotting or implantation bleeding may occur for a short period of time, around 7 to 10 days after ovulation has taken place.
- If you are tracking your basal body temperature daily, you may notice a second thermal shift (rise in temperature) that occurs about 7 to 10 days past the date that ovulation has been confirmed.
- You may also notice an implantation temperature dip that lasts for a single day, usually around 7 to 10 days past ovulation.
While these signs can be a promising indicator that fertilization and implantation have taken place, they are not confirmation.
Just because you may have felt some of these symptoms, you may not necessarily be pregnant. Only a positive pregnancy test or a blood test performed by your doctor can confirm that pregnancy has occurred.On the other hand, don't despair if you haven't felt or noticed any of these signs of implantation. Very few women actually notice implantation, and not feeling implantation does not mean that you are not pregnant. If you think you might be pregnant, be sure to make an appointment with your doctor to confirm a pregnancy.
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