Hello...I'm new to this site...been dealing with a lot lately with cycles getting back to normal. Has anyone else been through this after d&c??
-Period prior to d&c was 7 days - 28 day cycles
-D&C on August 6th - bled 8/10-8/18 (9 days)
-period 9/14-9/19 (6 days), spotting 9/20-10/5 (16 days), spotting 10/10-10/12, 10/16
-period 10/19-10/30 (very heavy bleeding with huge clots) - doctor said clots are normal, come back is spotting continues b/c maybe infection; spotting 10/31, bleeding 11/1 after sex then stopped - doctor (different one) prescribed Provera (11/3)...said to take for 10 days but only took for 5 days...started to drink Fertilitea because wasn't sure about taking hormones...wanted to try to regulate more naturally
-spotting 11/2-11/6 now again today 11/10
Has anyone else experienced something like this?!?! :/
After a miscarriage it can take your body some time to get back to normal. It is not unusual for it to take several months. You are still ovulating, so you can still conceive again, but you may find your cycles to be irregular and your periods either heavier or lighter then normal. If in doubt it is always best to consult your Dr.
I agree with adgal, you should consult your doctor. U have kept very good record of what you are experiencing and that helps the doctor piece together whats going on, however like she said it does take the body some time to get back to "normal" but if you are really concerned f/u with your doctor. I just recently had a d&c and so far so good besides headaches, but everyone will respond differently. Wish you the best, take care : )
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