Implantation bleeding occurs in 1 out of every 3 pregnancies.
Women can experience bleeding during one pregnancy and never experience it again. Every woman is different, but there are a few common signs that indicate that implantation bleeding has occurred.
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The Implantation Bleeding Quiz
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Based off of your answers, you seem to have experienced implantation bleeding. The next step is to take a pregnancy test. The test should be taken 2 – 4 days after the bleeding started, or as close to your missed period as possible.
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Based off of your answers, you are not likely to have experienced implantation bleeding. Instead, you may have menstrual bleeding, or you may want to consult with your physician if you still suspect you might be pregnant.
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Are You Experiencing Spotting?
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Is The Bleeding Consistent?
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Are You Near Your Normal Period Time?
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Did You Experience Brief Cramping?
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Do You Have Light Brown or Dark Pink Discharge, or Spotting?
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Have You Been Bleeding for More Than 3 Days
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Has It Been 6 – 12 Days Since Ovulation?
After you have done our implantation bleeding quiz, you need to learn more about why implantation bleeding occurs.
Implantation bleeding FAQs:
The sperm and the egg must undergo fertilization. This process leads to cells rapidly dividing in the body before eventually descending down the fallopian tubes and into the uterus. This process can take up to 2 days, and sperm can take up to 5 days before it reaches an egg and fertilizes.
Implantation is when the now fertilized egg attaches to the uterine wall.
The process of implantation allows the baby to grow inside of the uterus and leads to the placenta being formed. During the attaching to the wall, bleeding can occur. This blood will try to squeeze between the egg and the uterine wall. Sometimes, there is no space for the blood to travel through, so it will be absorbed right back into the body.
For the lucky 1 out of 3 women that experience implantation bleeding, blood will flow out of the fallopian tube and be discharged by the vagina.
Many women have a difficult time telling the difference between implantation and period blood, but they are quite different. The quiz provided uses these differences to be able to tell if you have a likelihood of implantation having occurred, or if you are experiencing some other form of bleeding.
The quiz you’re about to take is based off of symptoms and signs associated with implantation bleeding. While there is never a 100% certainty that the bleeding is caused by implantation, the quiz will ask you to answer 7 questions that pertain to your experience so far. Based off of these questions, we will calculate the likelihood of implantation occurring.
If the quiz is positive, you will want to take a pregnancy test, or consult with your doctor to verify the pregnancy.
Remember to answer all of the questions truthfully, and do not select the answers that are right just because it will trigger a positive result.
It’s also important to note that you may not experience any implantation bleeding and will still be pregnant. Do not get discouraged by the test results. If the test finds that you’re bleeding, there is a high chance that you’re pregnant. However, if the test is negative, only 1 out of 3 women experience implantation bleeding during a pregnancy, so there is a large room for error.
Implantation also does not occur with all pregnancies. If you have experienced implantation bleeding in the past, you may not experience it again.