Is it normal to have clots in implantation bleeding?

No. Implantation bleeding doesn't really happen often, and if it does it should be very light. If you have clots with heavy bleeding, it's not 'implantation bleed.'.

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Clots normal with implantation bleeding?

No. Most women do not experience bleeding with implantation. When there is bleeding, the amount is miniscule. So, the answer is no, would not anticipate bleeding clots. Read more...

Started spotting, believed it to be implantation bleeding, and now some clots are coming out, and the flow is getting heavier. Is this normal?

Possible. Implantation bleeding is not really as common as the internet would have you believe. When it does happen it's usually 6-12 days after ovulation. A pregnancy test 7-10 days after unprotected intercourse is much more helpful. If you are trying to avoid pregnancy considering your age please see your doctor to discuss birth control options. If you are trying to get pregnant take a prenatal vitamin. Read more...

Does implantation bleeding have clots?

No. Implantation bleeding doesn't really happen often, and if it does it should be very light. If you have clots with heavy bleeding, it's not 'implantation bleed.'. Read more...

Does implantation bleeding have clots?

Not usually. Implantation is generally spotting. Relying on so called implantation bleeding is not a good method to diagnose pregnancy. If she missed her period, do a pregnancy test. Read more...

Can implantation bleeding come as a dark brown clot?

No. 'implantation bleeding' is subtle and unpredictable, if it can be interpreted at all. Internet gossip vastly over-emphasizes the idea of 'implantation bleeding.' implantation always happens 6-7 days after fertilization, so that's the only time you could see it. Read more...