hi there, i had a d&c after a missed miscarriage at 10.3 weeks, i bled very lightly afterwards for few hours and thats it, its now 12 days and iv still had nothing, no spotting, im just wondering if anybody else has been in this siyuation, ive done a hpt which came bk negative so no hcg left in me? please help as im starting to worry!! xx
I don't think every woman experiences spotting after a d&c. I had a d&c June 10. I spotted that day and then a couple days later I spotted a little off and on for a couple of days. It was nothing much. I would think that the fact that your hcg is back down is a good sign that the miscarriage is over and hopefully you will get your first period soon. I got my first period exactly 5 weeks after my d&c (just over 4 weeks after my spotting). If you are really concerned, you could call your doctor's office and ask them if you should have spotted more. Good luck!
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