when should i expect my next period after chemical pregnancy
my period was suppose to start june 28th but instead i started spoting july 8th on the 9th had a full flow of blood but the 10th it stopped the 11th i starred spotting pink and the 12th it turned brown. i took a test on the 14th and it was a faint positive and later turned neg. do i consider that light bleeding a period and go from there 28days or should i start the 28 day cycle my original start date july 25th. i am a bit confused pleas help
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Women typically get their period 4-6 weeks after a miscarriage, though some women do take longer. It took me 8 weeks to get a period. A miscarriage is not considered a period technically and you will probably need to take some time to regulate after a loss.
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