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The symptom of spotting usually occurs for about 10-14 days after the day of conception. So it’s likely to be a bit earlier than the first day of your menstrual period.
Therefore, spotting is also one of the most common signs of pregnancy at earlier weeks.
Typically it last shorter than the bleeding due to menstrual period, even most women experience it for only 1-2 days. It’s a natural process and again there should be nothing to worry.
After implantation, the thickening wall uterus will get thicker and a plug of mucus will be created to seal the cervix. This plug of mucus stays in place to protect the fetus until the baby is ready for delivery.
In addition, within 2-3 weeks after conception you may have plenty of hCG ‘human chorionic gonadotropin’ that can be detected by a home pregnancy test kit. This hormone can be found in the blood and urine.
What does implantation bleeding feel like? How to distinguish between bleeding of your menstrual period and your implantation process? This is one of the most frequently asked questions!
If this is your first pregnancy, you may think that this light bleeding is a sign of the first day of your menstrual period. As a result, you may not realize that you are now being pregnant – and this may cause a mistake when you want to determine your pregnancy due date.
What is the most common color of spotting? The color varies from women to women. Some women reports that their spotting is brown or almost red, while others say that it is almost pink like a pinkish discharge! But overall, it is usually lighter than your regular menstrual bleeding.