Cervical mucus after successful implantation

During implantation, the fertilized egg attaches to the lining of the uterus and connects to the bloodstream through it. This process is often referred to in technical terms as nesting or implantation. In some cases, there is slight bleeding during implantation, known as implantation bleeding. This occurs because the blood vessels in the uterus can be injured during the implantation process. Blood? No panic! It is not dangerous for the woman or for the further course of pregnancy. Learn more about cervical mucus after successful implantation on this page.

Implementation: when does it take place?

The natural family planning allows you to perceive your cycle particularly well in all its phases. Over time you will notice changes in your cycle faster and more accurately. Pre-existing ovulation can be recognized particularly by cervical mucus. 

Now all the signs are green: a peak of cervical mucus has occurred and this condition allows the sperm to migrate to the egg. Fertilization can also take place. It takes about 6 days for the fertilized egg to settle in the uterus and fully implant. 

For you, this means: With a regular 28-day cycle, implantation would be complete between approximately day 19 and day 24 at the latest.

Implantation: a little closer to the desire to have children?

Unfortunately, successful fertilization is not a guarantee of pregnancy, because it is important that the egg implants correctly. A pregnancy can only happen when the egg and the uterus have connected and you are closer than ever to fulfilling your desire to have children!