I would definitely see your OB GYN doctor
if the bleeding
seems to be getting worse. This would be to make sure that you are not losing so much blood that you require some treatment to stop the bleeding. Especially if you are feeling faint, have any palpitations, or feel weak - these would be the symptoms most concerning for heavy bleeding.
Your doctor will also be able to help you figure out why you are bleeding so much. Sometimes, after conception, there can be some spotting and cramping when the fertilized egg implants in the uterus. Usually this is not a significant amount of bleeding however. Also the time course is a bit short for implantation
, but perhaps could coincide if your reckoning of when you ovulated was a bit off. Similarly, an early miscarriage can cause a significant amount of bleeding; however, once again, the dates and timeline that you give seem a bit short for this.
In any case, your doctor can perform a complete examination and can also determine if additional testing (such as an ultrasound) is needed. If there is evidence that the bleeding is significant, they can give you medication to slow things down.
Make an appointment with your doctor right away!