FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (New Zealand)—Recent surveys of pregnant women and those who have already had children reveal that 20 to 30 percent of them experienced implantation bleeding after conception. Unfortunately, many of the women who did experience this bleeding were confused about what it was or how to handle it. As a result, they weren’t …
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(New Zealand)—Recent surveys of pregnant women and those who have already had children reveal that 20 to 30 percent of them experienced implantation bleeding after conception. Unfortunately, many of the women who did experience this bleeding were confused about what it was or how to handle it. As a result, they weren’t sure whether to be overjoyed that they were pregnant or disappointed because their period had arrived and they were not.
It is with these women in mind that CheckPregnancy, a premier pregnancy care website for women aged 18 to 35, is releasing their implantation bleeding guide. CheckPregnancy has become a go-to resource for women who are looking for information about fertility and what they can expect during pregnancy.
Pobby, a representative of CheckPregnancy, stated “After an egg is fertilized, it travels to the uterus and attaches to its lining. When the egg burrows into the wall of the uterus, it can cause some minor bleeding. This type of spotting is referred to as ‘implantation bleeding’. Unfortunately, many women who are trying to get pregnant mistake this spotting for period bleeding, which leads them to believe they are not pregnant even though they actually are. This is the reason why we are releasing our comprehensive implantation bleeding guide. We want women to know that this is normal and to understand what’s happening to their bodies.”
Pobby goes on to say, “Many women wonder how they can possibly tell the difference between implantation bleeding and their period. The four main things they need to pay attention to are frequency, flow, color, and timing. Implantation bleeding is not continuous, and it doesn’t last more than one or two days. The flow is extremely light, and it will usually be a pink or brown discharge. Implantation bleeding usually occurs six to twelve days after conception, and it may or may not coincide with the expected timing of the woman’s next period. If all of these factors are in place, it’s important that a woman takes a pregnancy test right away.”
“Whether we’re educating women about Linea Nigra or helping them figure out whether or not they may be pregnant, it’s our goal to help women stay happy and healthy throughout the entire pregnancy process. In our guide, they’ll find vital information that not only explains implantation bleeding, but also lets them know if they are experiencing signs of a serious health condition that warrants a visit to the doctor. We want women to know that they can rely on CheckPregnancy for the information they need before, during, and after their pregnancy.”
CheckPregnancy provides vital information and recommendations on pregnancy care and maternity concerns for ladies between the ages of 18 and 35 years of age. From pregnancy test timing to understanding the ins and outs of fertility, cramps, and spotting, CheckPregnancy helps to navigate women through their pregnancies, giving them what they need to remain happy and healthy throughout the process.
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