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al475
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What is the diffrence between implantation bleeding and a regular period?

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Implantation bleeding is generally light spotting that only lasts a day or two at most. It's also quite rare - it does not occur for most women.

A good rule of thumb is, if it looks like a period, feels like a period, and arrives at about the right time, it's most likely a period.

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