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666089 tn?1260520261

need some help

ok well i have a question, so i know after a miscarriage know one knows when AF will come back they say 4-6 wekks sometimes longer but what im wondering is when do you count down from??


- from when you first start spotting

- from when you start bleeding red and like a period

- or is it from when you pass the tissue??


im unsure about this because i started spotting on the 7th, full on bleeding from the 12th, and passing tissue from the 16th to the 18th when would i start counting from so i can have an idea of when to expect my AF???

thanks
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623156 tn?1322865851
I counted from the day my bleeding stared. That is what my dr told me to use. I'm sorry for your loss. Best wishes to you...

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666089 tn?1260520261
can anyone eles tell me?
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741741 tn?1294284010
Well, I cant really help you out on that one, but I did just have m/c as well last thur.
I have actually been wondering that same thing. I was told though that, after passing all the tissue is the day I should go from. The other thing is that not everyone agrees with that.
Did you m/c for sure, dont think you said for sure...if so I am very soory for your loss!!!
Take care
Let me know how it goes for you, maybe you can help me....
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568875 tn?1424397205
its really hard to say..with my 1st m/c i passed tissue for about a week had a period mid oct got preg in nov miscarried again mid nov didnt get that period until dec 31....its all on how long it takes ur body to recover everyone is different.. just get plenty of rest and dont stress urself out it could hold off ur period even longer.
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