Uterus Lining

Are you noticing one of the general implantation bleeding symptoms that is cramping after the menses? As per the researches, implantation bleeding symptoms are noticed by at least 30% women when they step in the period of early pregnancy. But before we tell you about cramping and implantation bleeding symptoms, it is necessary to gain a complete knowledge of what is implantation bleeding.

At the time of menstrual cycle, when the ovary emits eggs, ovulation is said to have taken place. When a released egg fertilizes because of a sperm, the egg channels itself to access the uterus and implants in its created lining packed with blood and nutrients. During this reach out, very little amount of blood tends to get discarded, which is then discharged via the vagina. This is known as implantation bleeding also called spotting and is regarded as the symptom of the earliest pregnancy. This discharge takes place after 6 to 12 days of fertilization and is usually pink or brown in color indicating that the blood is the old one that has taken time to come out from the body.

As this bleeding takes place, you might feel the cramps if your pregnancy is positive. Although these cramps are one of the common implantation bleeding symptoms, they alone do not prove your positive pregnancy. So, for a confirmed pregnancy, the implantation bleeding and its symptoms such as bloating and cramps must exhibit along with the signs of pregnancy such as nausea, tender breasts, fatigue, headaches, craving for some food, and mood swings. In some cases, a constantly hiking basal body temperature is observed for over 15 days.

Mild cramping when experiencing implantation bleeding is quite common. But, if severe cramps are experienced, then they might be among the symptoms of ectopic pregnancy accompanied by signs such as dizziness, pelvic and shoulder pain, heavy bleeding, and blood clotting; which tend to persist even after five days. Ectopic pregnancy generally takes place in other parts except the uterus - fallopian tube, ovary, and abdomen. So, if you know that you are carrying and feel these unusual symptoms, visit a gynecologist soon for proper treatment.

During pregnancy, cramps might take place even in absence of implantation bleeding. As the egg embeds in the uterus lining, the uterus muscles tend to contract. This contraction has the power to induce cramps along or devoid of the implantation bleeding. If you are sure of your pregnancy and are undergoing cramps with heavy flow, this is not implantation bleeding. In fact, these signs are of a miscarriage.

In many cases, cramps might have nothing to do with pregnancy and are simply happening as you experience your usual menstrual cycle. The implantation bleeding symptom of cramping normally starts before a week of period. If bleeding and cramping take place after usual menses, it is simply not implantation bleeding.

Sometimes, cramps and flow might also happen because of active ovarian cysts that refer to thin and tiny fluid sacs created on the ovary's surface at the time of ovulation. Usually, these vanish via shrinking after the egg release. But, sometimes, they might trickle or break causing vaginal discharge and intense cramps mostly in the lower belly between the menses. The sacs might even delay your cycles.

Implantation bleeding symptoms such as cramping should never be taken for granted. In fact, any kind of vaginal discharge or cramps occurring between the menses cycle must be informed to a doctor because there are many reasons for it to happen. This discussion with the doctor becomes more necessary when you are sure that a second life is breathing within you.

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