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Late Implantation?

By Anonymous November 19, 2017 - 11:27am
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I’m just wondering if it is possible to get an extremely late implantation

The thing is I only had sexual contact (non penetrive contact during August) - started bleeding when my period was due and lasted as normal - this month I only experienced spotting on day 18 and 19 (was brown) so just wondering if implantation can happen this late. All my tests say negative - including blood test which was a bhcg Of 2.4 but I’m always get fluctuating amount of hcg plus went for a private ultra sound and there was nothing there. It’s just this spotting for 2 days has Kinda scared me for this cycle. I can assure you and be confident that August was the only experience I’ve had. Also I want to further assure myself that if it was implantation bleeding- how many days After should a test show positive??? This is really Scary for me as it was a sexual assault and I’m gonna be getting married soon so I want all this mess to go away.

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Hello. Thank you for posting.

Implantation may take place as early as a handful of days after ovulation or well over a week. On average, one can expect implantation to occur about seven to ten days after you ovulate.  Implantation that occurs at the latter end of the spectrum is known as late implantation which would be 12 days. You are well past that.

I think this has become a psychological issue for you (as you were sexually assaulted in some way) and you should seek help from a counselor.  You have said yourself that all your tests are negative and the ultrasound clear.  So, you are not pregnant, though you can't seem to believe it. 


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