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Implantation cramping/bleeding?

Implantation cramping/bleeding?

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  • MariahsMommy 10-04-04 | 12:02 AM
  • Hello! I have never been to this board, but I have a question and felt you all would be the most knowledgeable on the subject. I am definitely not TTC so I hope that coming here does not offend anyone
     


    Anyhow, this may be a stupid question, but I was curious. How long after fertilization (or possibly even intercourse) can you experience implantation bleeding? Also, is cramping part of it? Thank you in advance!
  • ~babydoll~ ~babydoll~'s Avatar 10-04-04 | 05:47 AM

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    Implantation takes place anywhere from 5-12 days after ovulation, with the average around 8dpo. Some women do experience a bit of spotting and minor cramping. I hope you are one of those lucky few!
     
  • bjlmom bjlmom's Avatar 10-04-04 | 11:32 AM
  • Some women never experiance any bleeding or cramping either.
  • MariahsMommy 10-04-04 | 06:13 PM
  • Thank you both for the info
     
  • ChandyRae ChandyRae's Avatar 10-04-04 | 07:25 PM

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    Usually it comes pretty late, 11-13 dpo, and most people just assume it's an early & light period then realize later what was really happening. Implantation itself usually takes place at 4 or 5 dpo.

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