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Implantation bleeding
Can someone please tell and explain me when does implantation bleeding take place?? Is it always before expected menses? And how exactly is it? Just light spottings? I got my periods a day before my expected menses and it was heavy. My periods earlier used to be for 5 days with almost no blood but now it came to a stop after 3rd day although there is blood in my vagina but it isn't coming out. But this happened in December also. I got close to my boyfriend (no sex) after my December periods and i did get my periods in Jan but i am still scared if it is implantation bleeding. Please can some doctor clear this for me and relieve me from this stress? I have my exams coming up please help.
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Hello, If your periods are normal with good blood flow, there is nothing to worry about. Avoid unnecessary stress. You can also visit my clinic International Fertility Centre located in New Delhi for further evaluation. My clinic offers varied gynecology treatments and services to help you have a successful treatment. You can mail me your contact details so that I can get in touch with you.
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Just for safer side you can take urine pregnancy test... It's very unlikely to happen  your case... But do it
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If you got your periods on time with good flow, i dont think you need to worry. Occasionally period cycle length and flow can very because of stress. Relax give your exams.
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