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just out of long does implantation bleeding last, usually? and how much should occur?...

thanks in advance for any help you can offer.

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Implantation bleeding is VERY minimal.

If this is a question related to your internship, check out what I told you in your other post:

These are all GREAT questions to ask the gynecologist or nurses when you do your internship! [Smile] If it helps, you might consider writing down a list of questions you had before going in, so you'll remember what you wanted to ask them!

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