A missed period is usually the first signs of pregnancy and the first trimester is a common symptom. Sometimes a woman, who is pregnant, still may be some bleeding or spotting around the time of the expected period, typically 6 to 12 days after conception. When this occurs, this so-called “implantation bleeding” is generally not as hard or as long as a regular menstrual period. This small amount of bleeding, which happens at the time of expected menses, occurs because the fertilized egg in the uterine wall. This is referred to as an implantation bleeding.
Any bleeding during pregnancy is usually easier than that observed during the regular menstruation. However, if a woman no regular menstrual cycles, they will find some of the other symptoms of early pregnancy before it is apparent that menstruation was missed. A missed period is not even confirm that a woman is pregnant, even if she has regular cycles, since both emotional and physical conditions can cause missing or delayed periods.