On August 14, I was 11 wks pregnant and I went to the ER because I was experiencing some heavy bleeding. I had a pelvic exam and a sonogram and it turned out I had a blighted ovum. The bleeding has not stopped since and is very irregular. It varies from brown spotting, to heavy but brown, to heavy and bright red, as it is right now...
My question is: How long is the bleeding supposed to continue, and is it normal to have heavy bleeding and clots after this many weeks? Do I need a D&C?
Thank you for any advice you can give me.
i would really like anybody to answer my issue,i found out on thursday i had miscarried at 9 weeks at hospital i decided to come home and let nature take its cause i have really stared bleeding heavily red clots and blood how long can i expect this to last.
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