I think i experienced implantion bleeding. Can I be pregnant, and how long until I’m able to take a home pregnancy test?

User Rating: 0 (0 votes)
I had my period on Feb 19th. Then I had sex the weekend after it was done. I took the morning after pill. Then got my period again around march 6th. So I got my last period on March 27th. I had sex on the last day of it which was the 31st. I didnt take the pill or use a condom. On April 12th I think i experienced implantion bleeding. I saw alittle pink when i wiped and again the next day.It was only those two times that i had seen blood, and only when i wiped. So my questions are: Can I be pregnant, and how long until I’m able to take a home pregnancy test? Thanks!

Refer to your period cycle, you can take a pregnancy test on April 26. It can be done in the morning or after waking up in order to get the most accurate result. You also mentioned that you had some bleeding, your pregnancy result can tell you the possible cause.

  1. When your result is positive, it might be implantation bleeding which can occur after conception. This is normal and common. It will stop on its own and doesn’t require any treatment. However if the bleeding persists during pregnancy, you should contact your health care provider.
  2. When your result is not positive, it might be other physical causes such as pelvic abnormality, etc. It is one of the symptoms that women should not ignore. If the bleeding persists between periods, you should seek medical help to find out the real cause of bleeding.

Boonsaeng Wutthiphan M.D.
OB/GYN, Women – Gynecology
Samitivej Hospital


Expecting Expats is the online resource for parents in and around Thailand.

We provide lifestyle and medical content to our visitors, with new content posted daily. Our lifestyle contributors are themselves expat moms who share their experiences and lessons learned through blog articles. We also provide medical content from our partner doctors at Samitivej Hospital in Bangkok, Thailand. Articles of interest span from before pregnancy through the toddler years and cover medical, behavioral and cognitive issues.

Visit us on Facebook

Follow us on Twitter

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>