had 1st af after m/c now bleeding again please help
i posted this question on the maternal & child forum but only got 1 reply so i wondered if anyone on this forum could help. i had a m/c on the 28th feb i ended up with an infection and was put on antibiotics i started ttc as soon as i had finished the course of antibiotics and the bleeding had stopped, it took me 7wks to get my first period which arrived on the 21st april and lasted till the 28th it wasnt heavy or painful like i expected it was just like any other period then on the 3rd may i started bleeding again its not heavy its lighter than a period but its dark red/ brown in colour(sorry tmi) and im still bleeding slightly today, is this normal after a m/c any advice would be appreciated. thankyou
after my miscarraige (miscarriage), I had normal pregnancies. I never had really heavy or cramping periods like the doctor said may happen. I didnt even need a procedure, everything left my body on its own. good luck
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