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    dose impalantation bleeding interfer with home pregnancy tests
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    amandah289 posted:
    my last period came in late, now i never have cramped with my periods, however this past one i found myself cramping then bled (eventually spotted). After the 3rd day the spotting became this undiscribable color (really funky eww). My husband read up and found out about this implataion bleeding, i never heard about till he told me. So my question for those that can help shed some light is if that is the case how long after this implantation bleeding should be a good time to take a test and dose it effect the reading on it? i have taken one today and got a negative reading. Any help out there
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Not everyone expeiences implantation bleeding and if they do, it usually only lasts a few hours, maybe a day, not 3 days.
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