Implantation occurs around six to 12 days after conception and, along with light bleeding, may cause cramps that last for one or two days, states WebMD. Implantation cramps are just one of the many types of cramping and ... More »

Ovarian pain during menopause, as with other points in women's lives, can stem from several causes, including cysts, tumors and temporary inflammation from exercise or eating certain foods. Ovarian pain appears in the lo... More »

Symptoms of ovary pain can include pain affecting the area around the ovaries, and can be acute or chronic, depending on the cause, according to BootsWebMD. Cysts, tumors and diseases may be responsible for the pain. More » Health Conditions & Diseases

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 »

Home pregnancy tests work as soon as two days after implantation, according to Church & Dwight's First Response page. The most reliable time to test is after the first missed period, which is actually eight days after im... 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 »

Symptoms of conception include spotting as a result of implantation bleeding; cramps; white, milky vaginal discharge; and swollen, tender breasts. Fatigue as a result of increased levels of progesterone, low blood sugar ... More »