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implication bleeding and ITP??

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9 years 2 months ago #47333 by KatyDarling
implication bleeding and ITP?? was created by KatyDarling
I'm wondering if implementation bleeding would be heavier with ITP or not? I'm worried that I am pregnant And I just started spotting. I thought it was my period until it stopped after midway through day two..

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9 years 2 months ago #47336 by Sandi
Replied by Sandi on topic implication bleeding and ITP??
Not usually. Most people have heavier bleeding during their periods and don't often have breakthrough bleeding. It's more likely a gynecological problem, unless you've been on steroids lately. That can cause cycles to be off.

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9 years 2 months ago #47339 by Ann
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Implantation bleeding.. when the egg implants itself into the uterus. It's common but a lot of people don't notice it if it's very short. It can last one or two days at most. Any longer than two days and it looks like something else. A pregnancy test would tell all.

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9 years 2 months ago #47348 by Sandi
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Guess I read that too fast!

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