Hey guys..just wondering if anyone had same experience as me! Here goes, beginning of december last year, found out i was 6weeks pregnant. Next day, brown spotting, day after that, quite heavy period type like bleeding. Called midwife, told early miscarriage. Next day, hospital confirmed this. I bled for a further 2weeks, until everything had expelled. Had internal scan, all clear! So 2weeks later, i got what i expected 2 b my period. Lasted the average 5days i was used to..however, just 6days after period finished, i am spotting brown blood...this continued for 3days, then slowly became light blood, by day5 of this unusual bleeding it was period like. This lasted until last night..10days after i started the unusual spotting. Can anyone plz help....im so confused, and im TTC and im guessing i did not ovulate last month...any info would be great. Thanks in advance!
Your cycle can for sure get a little crazy after a miscarriage. Keep your eye out...if it keeps up after 6 weeks then I would visit the doctor just to tell them what's going on. They say it can take a few months to get regular again. Were you regular before your pregnancy. So sorry about your loss.
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