Recognizing implantation symptoms

Recognizing implantation symptoms

– When you’re trying
to conceive naturally, it can be pretty hard not to start testing if you’re pregnant like after the day you tried, pretty much, right? Well, in this video,
I am going to give you the symptoms of implantation
so that you can keep busy and hold off till 13 days past ovulation. And play detective to see if an egg has implanted or not. (lighthearted music) Hello, lovelies, and welcome
to another one of my videos. In which I’ll be teaching you how to recognize implantation symptoms because there are quite a few. As for ovulation and conception, this little fertilized egg travels down the fallopian tube to your womb. And there, it implants and hangs out for the next nine months, right? But that takes about 6 to 10 days until I can actually implant, and it can happen as late
as day 11 and day 12. However, our bodies show symptoms of when implantation happens, and I want to tell you exactly
what those symptoms are. The first is chart dip and
second rise in temperature. So, a lot of people when
they start their work day, they might be scrolling
through Instagram or Facebook, not me, I scroll through the charts of my patients on Kindara. Yeah, nerdy, right (laughs)? But I just love to see where everybody is, and if they are just about to
enter their fertile window, I want to cheer them on. If they are past ovulation and I see their temperatures go up, I also cheer them on, and say, “Great, your temperatures look great.” But then, for me, the cherry on the pie? Sorbet, whatever, the
cherry on the something for me is obviously when I can see from a chart that somebody’s pregnant. And some charts, nobody will
see as pregnancy charts. But because I’ve seen so many,
for me, it’s like, pregnant. But there is a specific thing
that you can see, as well, and don’t need to be a
fertility homeopath for to recognize that there
is a pregnancy going on, and that is the implantation dip. And I will show you down here what a chart looks like with a
beautiful implantation dip. I asked my patient if
I could show it to you because it looks so good. And you see that her implantation dip is at nine days past ovulation, and that is really the most common day. Eight, nine, 10 days past ovulation. But as I said, it can happen anywhere from six days until 10,
and even 11 and 12 days. When an egg implants, our
temperatures can really plummet, and you can see that
because after ovulation, your temperature goes up all the time. And if you suddenly have this huge dip, and afterwards, it goes up again, then that is very likely
an implantation dip. And that’s especially the
case if after that dip, your temperature goes higher
than after the ovulation bit. That is what we call a triphasic chart, because there are three
phases, tri, three. The first phase is pre-ovulation, after that is after ovulation, and after that is after implantation. Researching the internet, I saw that there are some statistics about that it happens to maybe
only 25% of the cases. So, if you don’t get a beauty spot like this implantation
dip, don’t worry about it. But if you do have it, then
that’s a good sign, missy. The second implantation symptom is something that I see
all over the internet, in all the fertility
communities on Facebook, in all the forums, and that
is implantation bleeding. Implantation bleeding, from what I read, seems to be the holy grail. A lot of women want to
see implantation bleeding because it makes them feel
like they are really pregnant. The sad thing, in my opinion though, is that sometimes women will
actually start their period, and they still hold onto hope when all the signs are there
that they’re not pregnant. So, again, like with the implantation dip, don’t hold onto this
implantation bleeding too much. It does happen more often than with the implantation dip on your chart, about one to three women, but again, two out of three women never
get implantation bleeding. Here’s how you can tell the difference between implantation
bleeding and a period. First of all, implantation
bleeding is more like spotting. It’s not actually a flow. So, if you tend to get spotting
before your period anyway, it can be easily confused. However, implantation bleeding will happen around implantation, so it can be as early as
eight days past ovulation. So, a full week before your period starts. If that’s the case, and you
never get spotting then, then that could definitely be a sign that you have implantation
bleeding going on. However, as I said, implantation bleeding can be as late as 12 days past ovulation. So, that’s about two days
before you expect your period. So, if you get implantation bleeding then, it’s hard to distinguish it from a period that might be starting. Another thing you can look at is the quality of the spotting. Implantation bleeding will
never be like a full flow. It won’t be full red, it won’t be ongoing, and there will definitely
not be any clots. It will be more like I suggested
earlier, like spotting. So, it can be a bit brownish tinged. It can be discharge that
has some streaks in it, or it can be pinkish. And it usually doesn’t
last longer than two days. Usually even just a couple
of hours, or just one day. The third thing that can suggest
implantation is cramping. But again, it’s the same as with bleeding. Because if you’re used to getting cramping before your period, then how are you going to distinguish period cramps from
implantation cramps, right? Well, first of all, if you never get cramping
before your period, and especially like a week in advance, or like four days in advance, it could be implantation cramping. And this is because when the embryo implants into the uterine lining, a little bit of blood comes free, and that irritates the uterus, and that’s what causes the cramping. But the cramping is never like you would expect with a period. It’s always mild, and it doesn’t need to
last very long either. It’s important that you know that when it is implantation cramping, that it never gets intenser. It just stays at this mild
low grade twinges maybe. Another way that you can know if you’ve got implantation going on is if you start to develop
pregnancy symptoms. And this can honestly
be a little bit vague. But on the other hand, if
a week before your period, you suddenly get nausea
and you get constipated and you have mega, mega sore boobs like you never had before, then, girl, those can definitely
be pregnancy symptoms. And if you crosscheck them
with an implantation dip or having a triphasic chart and having implantation
spotting slash bleeding, then those could definitely
be early pregnancy signs. Now, if you have nausea
right after ovulation, or you get sore breasts right then, then that has not likely
anything to do with implantation. That has more likely to do with progesterone going up in your body. So, definitely start looking for symptoms around implantation time. Anything that was before that is not likely a sign
of you being pregnant. I think it could be fun and interesting to do a video on early pregnancy symptoms, when you can have them,
what kinds you can have. But if you would like to see that video, let me know in the comments, and then I’ll shoot it for you. And then, lastly, this is
maybe a little bit obvious, but it’s the HcG test,
your home pregnancy test. Usually HcG can be picked
up on a home pregnancy test three to four days after implantation. So, if you did get that beautiful implantation dip on your chart, or you got some symptoms
that made you suggest that you may have had an
implantation going on, three to four days after
that, you can start testing. I usually, however, recommend not to start testing until 13
days past ovulation. But, as I said, in theory, you should be able to
pick up on it earlier if implantation happened
on the early side. And that chart I just showed you, the nine days past
ovulation implantation dip, this lady got a positive
pregnancy test the very next day. Because an implantation dip on your chart is not that common, I also wanted to show you
a chart of a pregnant lady that didn’t have an
implantation dip at all, so that you can feel encouraged. All right, so those are all the implantation symptoms
that you can recognize. But, as I said with all of these symptoms, if you don’t have them, it doesn’t necessarily mean
that you’re not pregnant. There are plenty of women
that have turned out to be pregnant without
having any of these symptoms. Because how else would babies be born without their moms even
knowing they were pregnant? That still stays a mystery to me, but everybody know that that happens. There are entire shows on this phenomenon. However, if you do check the boxes on a couple of these symptoms, then that can give you
some sense of assurance that you will likely soon
get your big fat positive. And if you don’t have these symptoms, then you can kind of get used to the idea that perhaps you need to
be trying another cycle. If you want to know more about how you can support implantation, then definitely head on
over to this playlist. And if you want to know
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you in the next video, bye.

83 Replies to “Recognizing implantation symptoms”

  1. I’d really appreciate your opinion on this so from the 22nd June 2019 I had some symptoms napping emotional nauseau breast tenderness cramping prickling butterflies feeling in lower abdomen a few hours later had spotting for two days it’s kinda going away the thing is I have pcos never really had a normal on time menstrual cycle ,it’s been two years since my last period so this gave me a bit of a shock

  2. homeopath based..and a great personality ,awesome channel . 🙂 I have fibromyalgia ,ddd ,arthritis and scoliosis. looking for natural pain relief again.

    I did get nausea /appetite cravings after ovulation,thanks for explaining that ! I'm 5 days post ovulation so we shall see.

  3. I had cramps for three days I thought it was my period coming early and then my period didn't come. I'm not sure if I'm pregnant or not and I don't know when to take a test as I don't know when I conceived. Great video thank you ❤️

  4. Well i had sex on 30th of june and 1 of july my ovulation day was on the the 3rd i already have cramping just waiting those two 2weekto see if i have more symtoms

  5. Hi I have cramping before period and I'm trying to conceive and I have symptoms neausea, cramping tired, backache, I got bleeding after 5 days my date of period normal bleeding first day second day slightly I'm totally confused what should I do??

  6. When I got pregnant with my daughter, I had horrible implantation cramping. It was constant and lasted about two and a half weeks. As for implantation bleeding, I had it and was spotting when I wiped. The cramping for weeks was weird because it felt like my midsection felt heavy and like it was being dragged down from the inside. After I was about 7 or 8 weeks along, the cramping began to subside and was replaced with nausea and my skin became an oil slick. I also had cramping at the beginning of each gestational week, but that was RLP more than anything.

  7. I was supposed to have gotten my period on the 3rd but on the 5th I started having brown spotting with some light pink, but that’s it. It’s been 3 days now that I’ve been having this. I’ve been researching everything about it and I keep seeing that this is implantation, is that right?

  8. Very much helpful!! Curious to know do you have charts of women who have irregular periods and are pregnant?

  9. I’ve been ttc and recently we did the baby dance 2 days before ovulation. I was due to start my period on the 4th or 5th of July and I still haven’t gotten it, I don’t have any bleeding or cramps. My breast are kind of sore and I am bloated but otherwise I feel fine. I’ve been eating fruit and cheese a lot lately because it’s all I have a taste for and I’ve noticed I’m having hot flashes. I’ve never been this many days late and my period is usually like clockwork, what do you think? Could I be pregnant and when should I test?

  10. I’m kind of scared. I’ve been spotting dark brown for 3 days now (before and during ovulation) and I’ve been crampy and nauseous. There’s no way there’s implantation before ovulation though right? Could it just be ovulation pain/mittelschmirz?

  11. This is my first month trying for a baby with my husband and I'm 33 so I'm just hoping everything will go well .

  12. Is it possible to have cramps after ? Mild ones. Im 16 dpo . didnt get implantation bleeding which was surprising cause i thought i would (heavy cycles lol)i have ibs too from fibro so i assume could confuse it with that

  13. Hi, I use fertility pills and on the 12. Of the month of which I started ovulating cause I use the clear blue digital which detected it, so I had sex with my Husband and the next day I notice a pink bleeding and three days later 15. I did a Pregnancy test and it came out positive.
    Pls how is it possible?
    What's wrong with my system

  14. I spotted 12 days after my missed period. Pregnancy tests before then were negative. Tests after the spotting were positive. So confusing

  15. Glad to have found your channel! Currently TTC. I am 7 DPO the 2 week wait is always misery! I have some signs but it's hard to tell if it is pre menstrual symptoms.

  16. So I just took a ovulation test and I’m at my peak so we did the deed and hoping for baby #1❤️🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

  17. I am 26 days late and i have started spotting today but difference is that I'm not cramping at all and usually when i get my period i start cramping so bad to the point i can't walk but my blood is bright red am I pregnant??

  18. I have never missed a period ever but this is the first time I missed my period by 8 days and couple of days ago I had cramping now no more cramping and no other Symptoms could I be pregnant?

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  20. I have been cramping not bad but I can fill it and my period it not due till next week and I have been filling a little nausea pleas help what could that mean?

  21. this is a very helpful and informative video, but you lost all credibility at 8:30min into the video where you mentioned there are shows on woman not knowing they're pregnant, which insinuates the crap reality tv shows on fat woman who gave birth and did not know they were pregnant for 9 months. I hope that's not what you were referring to.. I would have edited that out if I were you because idk how women do not know they're pregnant if they missed at least one period.

  22. I have never had implantation bleeding with any of my pregnancys my husband and I are trying for our rainbow this month we had an early pregnancy loss in February of this year and I am hoping and praying for my rainbow

  23. Praying that 2019 is finally my year. I’ve been trying for so long with no luck. Fingers crossed 🤞🏽

  24. Hi can u just help me out with my problem as i have completed my periods 12 days before but all of a sudden i saw few bleeding happening its not as my period bleeding its a very slow flow

  25. I am 17 week pregnant and it's my 5 pregnancy totally different I did two ultrasound and I did one yesterday and all results came back negative I am also spotting and I have in and IUD and I have movement kick cramp mornings sickness every signed of pregnancy please help me I don't know what to do I really need to talk to someone about this

  26. Has anyone expressed feelings of heart palpitations while at rest during fertilization or implantation or earlier than a BFP? I'm a mother of 3 but wondering if the extra blood flow or hormones affects heart beat… I also am fatigued and had a wave of nausea along with morning cramping yesterday. Thank you for your videos! You have a lovely spirit.

  27. This video was very helpful because I’m scared. I’m spotting but the only symptoms I’m having is back pain and the constant urination.

  28. I've been crampin, I'm 8 days late for my period and have been experince a pain in my lower right and lower left. Hope it's nothing too serious

  29. My girlfriend told me that she started vomiting after our conception after like 9 days. She has been vomiting for like two days, is this a sign she’s pregnant? I’m scared.

  30. Super scared to post and put it out in the universe but I think I might be pregnant. I have dull uterine pains and such bad back aches, I AM FREAKING PEEING 2 MINUTES AFTER EVERY GLASS OF WATER ESPECIALLY AT NIGHT 😩, I'm feeling warm or hot at night, I can't sleep (I have insomnia but not for 3 days straight 😭), heartburn is going crazy and food feels stuck between my throat and chest, bad headache since Monday, and basal temp which is usually at 36 at highest (which it was on Monday) is now at 37.2 (it's never been this high before). But I'm thinking I might be over thinking it and I'm just stressed. But it doesn't help that hubby and I have been baby dancing like crazy in the last 3 weeks, and 3 days before ovulation. I'm panicking a bit because we definitely cannot afford the bean now, I wanted it after I was legally married and working etc. I'm really freaking out that I don't think I'm ready. But maybe I'm not. Anyway, thank you for the video but yeah I'm thoroughly scared

  31. So I need help I was ovulating and I did it with my boyfriend and I was supposed to have my period one day after and I just missed it all together and I’m cramping and hurting and I have nausea and all that it’s almost been two weeks what do you think????

  32. If i get a faint positive at 8 dpo.. followed by 2 negatives at 9 dpo.. does that mean it was a false positive???? should i wait again to test?

  33. Best video ever. Her positivity is so bright!!!! Thank you ! So helpful. I got all the symptoms but too early to test. My period is due in 9 days. So far two tests were negative. I’m bloated, I have creamy white discharge, hot and cold flashes, super sensitive to smell and I barely eat but my weight won’t go down. Idk what to think! Will update.

  34. I did it day 1 of my fertile window well the day I ovulated about 5 days later I felt period cramps but I didn’t bleed at all I felt a sharp pain on both my left and right overlies and my uterus I think I’m pregnant now

  35. Hi dear can you help with a few Q and A's ? I got a positive on my pregnancy test n iam 5 days past my period date..

  36. I did experience implementation pain , the mild pain well I n my husband had s## yesterday and I experienced a lil pain in my pelvic area …. Is it any sign of miscarriage?

  37. I did experience implementation pain , the mild pain well I n my husband had s## yesterday and I experienced a lil pain in my pelvic area …. Is it any sign of miscarriage?

  38. DH and I had sex everyday near ovulation. 2DPO, I started craving spicy food. The problem is, I absolutely could not stand spicy food. So that was my first sign before my missed period. I started cramping 2 days before the missed period, but I normally start cramping 5 days before. That was another sign. I took the test 2 days after the missed period, and had a super dark positive!

  39. It’s 12am I’m in college and 19 years old ….why am I watching this 😂😬 ( anyways good luck to all you ladies who are trying to get pregnant 🤰 ! You got this !)

  40. This gave me so much hope. I've been having so many pregnancy symptoms but negative tests. So I must just be having implantation happening right now ❤️ I have 2 step kids and I'm so ready to have my own little one

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