What is Implantation Bleeding Like?

By Nattassia Wynter, Fertility Coach

On March 4, 2020
What is Implantation Bleeding Like?
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The best way of telling if you are pregnant is to track your temperature to detect when you’re ovulating with a basal body temperature (bbt) thermometer

Implantation bleeding can also cause symptoms like dizziness, light cramps, and headaches.

About 33% women experience implantation bleeding. This usually happens 6 – 14 days after conception and earlier than your next expected period.

Division of the embryo stimulates the uterine lining to thicken and circulate more blood to the womb.

When the embryo attaches itself to the uterine wall, some blood vessels may burst. The bleeding is usually pinkish, but some women report having darker than normal bleeding.

If you are charting your basal body temperature and you’re temperature remains high for 19 days you are likely pregnant. You can usually get a faster idea of if you are pregnant or not this way even before the 19 days.

If you’re not tracking your temperature you have to wait the 2 weeks for your hormonal changes to be detected on a pregnancy test to see.

But if it’s been more than 2 weeks since you’ve had intercourse you’re probably not pregnant.

Tracking your ovulation with a basal body temperature thermometer isn’t hard at all and can give you lots of insight into your fertility.

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