Hi, it took 4 weeks (starting at the day of miscarriage) for my period to start, however, I was at just over 5 weeks so not as far along as you were. What I've heard is that in general it can take 4-6 weeks for your period to show up after a miscarriage, and you are right that it can vary a lot. It also depends on how far along you were.
Are you saying you haven't gotten your period yet? Did you have regular periods before?
No i did not have regular periods before, but i am taking meds that should regulate them...but no i have not yet gotten my period yet.
I got my first period 6 weeks after my first m/c and that was 6 weeks from the last day I bled. I'm still waiting for my period after my second m/c. And you are right, it's different for everyone. I have heard it taking 8 weeks for some people, so who knows.
Our stories are quite similar only i had a d&c only 4 days before your miscarriage. I was between 12-13 weeks when I found out and started off pre d&c at hcg of 5000. being under 25 at least by sept 9 (probably was close to 0 at that point but i had tested it with a pregnancy test instead of a blood test as I had stopped bleeding and had been at 50 a week before)... our after stories sound similar and similar dates.. I am still waiting for my period as well.. I suspect it was delayed due to my hcg taking a couple weeks to drop fully down..
Hopefully it will be here in the next week or two! fingers crossed
I am sorry for both of your losses. I naturally miscarried a little boy at 14 weeks. It took 5 and a half weeks for my first period to arrive counting from the day I delievered him. I know it took 4 weeks for my hcg to get down to 3. I bled heavy week one, week two it was light and week 3 I spotted. I ovulated at the end of week 3.
I hope that helps
I got my period yesterday, its pretty normal like before, a little lighter than day 2 (in my old cycles) before miscarriage but definately a period... It had been 44 days since my d&c but only 29 -31 days since my HCG returned to zero so i guess its not really that late.