Can You Have Implantation Bleeding 5 Days Past Ovulation
Can you have implantation bleeding 5 dayspast ovulation? It usually takes six or seven days for theegg to migrate from the ovary to the uterus to implant. Then five days would be faster than usualbut still in the realm of possibility. Or it is possible you're wrong about theovulation date. I track all the physical signs. You could have mistaken a pulled stomach musclefrom yoga for the minor ovary pain about one in five women have when the follicle containingthe egg bursts.
PMS is bad enough for me; I'm glad I donot have that. If you were tracking cervical mucus, it shiftsfrom thick, white and gooey to clear and watery when you ovulate. You could have mistakenthe lotion like transition form for the ovulation and been off by a day. A day off on the ovulation date that way meansI'm either four days seeing implanting or right on schedule. If you were tracking ovulation based on thecalendar, the norm is half way through or day 14, but if you actually ovulate aroundday 10 or 12, implanting right now would be
normal. What else could it be? You could also have an STD and mistake thebleeding from irritated open sores for implantation. If that's true, I need to see an OBGYN anyway. Some women see spots of blood because theywore too tight pants an irritated the genital area; that skin's really thin. And yet a baby is supposed to fit throughthere. There's a reason it hurts, and generatesa lot of bodily fluids. There's also the
possibility you're mistaking other bodilyfluids for a few drops of blood. It is way too early for my period. A lot of women miss the blood spots of implantationbecause they do not actually develop any, while others mistake thick yellow or orangecervical mucus for it. Blood plus white cervical mucus equals orange. Yeah, but a bad yeast infection or sexuallytransmitted disease can create the same symptoms. I'm trying to get pregnant, and life isthe only sexually transmitted disease I should be dealing with right now.
It would be highly unusual to have implantationon day 5 after ovulation unless you're just wrong on the ovulation date. In the scheme of things, the implantationdate really does not matter, as long as there is a due date. And a cute little baby at theend. Implantation is normally days seven throughten after ovulation, and no matter how hard you try, you won't speed that up. But stressingout about when it will happen could cause your period to skip. The only answer to this is a jumbo pack ofpregnancy tests.