Implantation Bleeding, Early and Late Period
Cramps in early pregnancy and implantationbleeding are two most wide-spread signs of pregnancy, which appear even before the HP-test can show you the pair of red lines. However, no one knows exactly, how this bloody discharge looks like and spasms feel like. There are several characteristics of these phenomena, but they may appear (in 30% of pregnancies) and may not. Well, how can you then distinguish your regular period from bleeding and implantation cramping? We’ll try to help you with this matter.
Implantation Bleeding Symptoms
As far as you know, the ovulation day is approximately in the middle of your cycle. Exactly at that moment the mature ovum (non-fertilized yet) comes out of the ovaries.
There are four possible ways to find out, when your ovulation day will happen:
– the analysis of the cervical mucus – vaginal discharge becomes more watery and heavy;
– regular BT tracking, advisable for 2-3 months`, before ovulation the BBT decreases and then increases once more, it’s important to notice this jump;
– pelvic exam – your gyn will tell you, whether your cervix is ready for conception, it must be opened a bit, more soft and lifted;
– ultrasound exam – it must be done several times during the menstrual cycle, sonogram is the most precise way ‘to catch’ your ovulation.