Is there a way to tell the difference between implantation bleeding and a real period?

I’m not due to start my period for a few more days, but it could have just came early I assume. Still, is there a way to tell the difference; any signs I can look for?
I remember having some bleeding with my first pregnancy but it has been quite a while.

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5 Responses to “Is there a way to tell the difference between implantation bleeding and a real period?”

  1. BriarKat said:

    implantation bleeding does not happen to most women and it’s just a little spotting.

  2. just me said:

    Pregnancy test

  3. annas_baby_sis said:

    I had implantation bleeding. It would come a few days before you expect your period and can last up to two days, but should be lighter than a normal period and a pinkish colour or brown.

  4. Amanda said:

    Implantation will appear before you expect your period and many people mistaken it for spotting before their period begins. As mentioned before, most women do not experience a full on bleeding with implantation. Instead, they may experience a bit of spotting in their panties or even some pinkish or brown discharge. This usually is usually not a flowing type of blood, so if that is what you are experiencing it might be better to assume that you have your period. If you happen to get a positive pregnancy test and you are experiencing a flow of blood you might want to get in touch with your doctor to ensure that all is well.

  5. Kkool said:

    implantation bleeding does not happen to most women and it’s just a little spotting




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