” It can definitely be confusing, and worrisome, as implantation bleeding is one of the very first signs of pregnancy.
Women with irregular periods can also easily confuse implantation bleeding for a period, because sometimes, when you have irregular menstrual cycles, you don’t always have a regular flow.
A normal period, for women with a healthy 28-day cycle, occurs 14 days after you ovulate.
Since most women conceive the week they ovulate (when they are most fertile), implantation usually takes place between 10 and 14 days after ovulation.
There is something miraculous about a woman's reproductive system.
Despite the pain and discomfort that menstruation can cause for many women, it signifies the ability to produce a new life.
He or she could also simply count ahead 40 weeks from the start of your last period.Ultrasound picture at 6 weeks and 1 day of gestation Yolk sac is seen to the left of the fetal pole (fetus) Fetus has CRL, crown-rump length, of 4.3 mm (between cursors) A fetal heartbeat was seen during this scan I am so grateful for Advanced Fertility Center. They want this for you just as much as you want this for you! After ttc for 4 years and at 41 years of age, we became pregnant after 1 round of IVF, and had our beautiful boy this past October. 2/7/15 our son was born all thanks to the assistance of Dr. Everyone was so helpful and here for all our questions, worries, etc.This timing makes ovulation bleeding coincide with the same time your normal period would start, which can make it very confusing to distinguish implantation bleeding with a light period.This can become even more complicated, if you have longer or shorter menstrual cycles.