It takes 6 to 10 days for implantation to occur after fertilization of the egg, as stated by BabyCorner. Implantation occurs after the embryo becomes a blastocyst, a cluster of multiplying cells. More »

It takes three to four days after fertilization for the egg to make its way down the fallopian tube toward the uterus and attach to the wall lining. This is known as implantation. More »

It typically takes 14 days for hormonal signs of pregnancy to occur. A woman can find out if she is pregnant by taking a pregnancy test after her period is late, according to About.com. Some early pregnancy tests work be... More »

It takes three to four days after fertilization for the egg to make its way down the fallopian tube toward the uterus and attach to the wall lining. This is known as implantation. More »

Although every pregnancy is different, light bleeding, known as spotting, can be seen anywhere from six to 12 days after fertilization of the egg, according to WebMD. Many women commonly mistake this early sign of pregna... More »

According to Medline Plus, spotting in early pregnancy can be due to hormone changes, the implantation of the egg in the uterus, an infection, ectopic pregnancy or a miscarriage. Although spotting and bleeding are not al... More »

It is possible for women to mistake implantation bleeding that occurs within 12 days of conception for a light period, according to WebMD. Implantation bleeding happens when the fertilized egg attaches itself to the uter... More »