Does anyone know when the earliest implantation can occur?
Hi girls, as the title says I am wondering if I could get some feedback on this topic. I know if you do a general search on the internet the typical answer is 6-12 DPO with average at 8-9, do you know if it can happen earlier? has this happend to anyone before? Also what is the earliest +ve pregnancy test if you have implanted early?
thanks so much
I started getting cramps at about 4 or 5 DPO - that's no proof of anything of course, but given that I never have mid-cycle cramps, ever, I think it was definitely a sign that something was happening on the implantation front. (Of course I could have got my dates wrong but I don't think so!)
I may have had an ib at 5 or 6 dpo a few days ago. I was very crampy on the day leading up to it. Now it's just wait and see. It'll take a good couple of days for hcg to metabolise into the urine. I'm not testing though til AF does a no show. Be interested to read what others say.
I am about 3dpo and wondering if I could be getting implantation cramps. Just weird 'tweaks' but not sure i had them mid cycle before. Of course I could just be symptom spotting. Nothing much else, I was a bit Windy earlier on around OV but that seems to have resided- I was/am tired- but not as much as I recall as with my Ectopic back in September. Also (0)(0) are not too sore- not weird tastes, backaches, not much CM (but that could be cos I used softcups this time) and not BBT- high (though I think that is down to my crap BBT- taking)
Would be interesting to see what other ladies come up with.
I found this...Implantation typically occurs 6 to 10 days after ovulation, or day 20 to 24 of a menstrual cycle. However, it can happen a few days earlier or later. In an average, 28-day cycle, ovulation occurs on day 14 (the first day of a period is considered day 1 in a cycle). Once fertilization occurs, the egg stays in the fallopian tube for 3 days before entering the uterus and begins to implant to the uterine lining.
I'm not good at math but I do know that the numbers that are coming up that are saying on average means some implanted sooner and some implanted later. They just added everybody up and divided by ... something. I really hate the term 'on average'! Science geeks like to pin point things!
If the info that NicoleB found is true......
hangs out 3 days
4-5 dpo you could implant!
As for implantation bleeding, not everyone gets that. I only had a little bleeding with my oldest child but it was like at 8 weeks I think. I had no bleeding with my other 4 full term pregnancies.
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