i missarried at 12 weeks i had a d&c at 12 weeks to remove the pregnancy. i blead for 2 weeks after then it was a further 4 weeks when i got my period but i only got it for 2 days. just before that period i got spotting of brown blood. a week after that period had ended i got another 3 days of the brown spotting and then it stopped completely i had a blood pregnancy test and it was negative. i should have got my period 3 days ago but nothing yet although i had a tiny bit of the brown spotting again this morning and nothing since. iv had no other symptoms of a period either when normally i get very sore boobs and bad cramping. we are actively trying to conceive but are totally confused about the spotting and late period can anyone help. this is my second pregnancy but first misscarriage.
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