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Hi all, on the 22nd January I had a D&C of twins I was 9 weeks pregnant but they stopped growing at 5 weeks. It has now been 9 weeks since my misscarriage and I havnt had a period yet I have done a test which was negitive so im not pregnant. I dont think ive ovulated... is this normal?? How long was it until your periods came back? Thank you xx
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Almost same case, I had a D&C on 21st Jan (66 days). Mine stopped at 6w, at the end of November, I was wainting for natural miscarriage, which did not happen, so I had a d&c. I wonder if someone took so long to had the period back. Please let me know about you. Thank you
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Oh really? Wow it's so nice to find someone who has a similar story. Have you had your period yet? I still havnt had mine. Hope your ok :-) I'm now starting to feel better about things xx
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I had a d&c At the end of January and started my first period march 5th.  I guess everyone is different
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One week ago I had an ultrasound and there was a luteum cyst, which means I had an ovulation and was supposed to had a period in less than two weeks. Today, finally I got my period, 81 days after my D&C :-)
I guess everyone is different.
Hope you are ok...
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Yeah I guess we all are. I still havnt had one but found out on Monday that I'm pregnant. Well the tests say that I am. I'm so nervous that I'll have a scan and there will be no heart beat. Hope you are all ok xx
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Congrats for you positive! xx
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