I had a miscarriage on october 19th 2010 and i had a d&c on oct 20. I should have been 9 weeks but an ultrasound a few days earlier when i started spotting showed that what they could see was only measuring 7 weeks. No heartbeat.
after the miscarriage and d&c i had very light bleeding for about a week. after that i stopped bleeding for over 20 some days then had what was my first period, lasting a week. not two weeks later i started bleeding again and now it's everyday at least a little. bright red. What could be causing this?
My doctor told me i should wait 3 months before trying to concieve again and i'm almost to that date but cant stop bleeding. also my first pregnancy was perfect and i have a beautiful 3 yr old. this miscarriage was my second pregnancy.
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