Implantation Bleeding

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Implantation Bleeding

Implantation Bleeding

If you see light bleeding, small pink or brown spots and are unable to understand the reason; don’t panic! It could be an early sign of your pregnancy called implantation bleeding. It is one of the common issues experienced during the first trimester of pregnancy and is not at all dangerous. A brownish or pinkish spotting usually occurs some days before the regular period.


Once a sperm fertilizes an egg, they turn into an embryo and travel upto the uterus of a woman’s body. Implantation occurs when a fertilized egg attaches to the uterus and sometimes, it causes a slight bleeding. This is mostly gentle, but sometimes it can be somewhat painful.


  1. Implantation bleeding occurs before the next regular menstrual cycle, usually from 6th to 12th day post fertilization.
  2. It is pink or brown in color instead of a red color blood in woman’s period cycle. Such discharge does not increase and ends after a few hours or 2-3 days.
  3. Sometimes spotting is also accompanied with some signs of pregnancy. Such as- nausea, fatigue, vomiting, frequent urination, increased sensitivity to smells and breasts tenderness.
  4. Mild cramping can be experienced by you along with implantation spotting and it usually vanishes in just a few months after conception.
  5. Depending on which day of your menstrual cycle were you on when your period flow stopped, and your intercourse timing, you may notice a delayed implantation spotting. Usually, this may be confused with a missed period.

Initially no treatment is required; bleeding will stop on its own. If you’re troubled that bleeding has continued for a long time, consult your doctor immediately.

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