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Trying to conceive. Had an unsuccessful implantation. Is it a sing of infertility?

i think i had an unsuccessful implantation i heard that when that happens your normal menstrual period comes as well. Is my next period going to be on my normal cycle days or do i base them on the last menstrual period. My period is every 40 days. I want to have a baby do you have any tips? is unsuccessful implantation a sing of infertility? and why does it happen?
Asked On : Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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Yes you are right when implantation is unsuccessful menstruation follows. If you have not taken any treatment in this cycle then your periods will come as usual but if u have taken treatment then your cycle may vary and timing of periods may change. Yes unsuccessful implantation is sign of infertility. There are various known and unknown factors which leads to implantation failure. You need to be evaluated thoroughly and then treated . Take care.
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