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    Default A little help/advice needed

    I had a natural miscarriage 2weeks ago to the day. As I'm not really ready (or in the right head space) to start TTC again I was hoping someone could give me an idea when their periods returned as I want to go back on the pill ASAP. This is all rather foreign territory as both my little men are surprises and have been blessed with trouble free pregnancies (and obviously conception!). How long did it take you to return to 'normal'? I've just had the wind taken out of my sails and want to put this behind me and maybe next year revisit the idea of a third babe. Thanks xx

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    Hi spunkles darling :-) im so sorry to hear about your miscarriage. I haven't seen you around for awhile .

    I had one at almost 12 weeks , I needed a curette as it was a complete missed miscarriage with no bleeding no nothing prior to me finding out , so it wasn't one where nature took its course however I got a period about four weeks after the bleeding stopped . ( I bled for about a week ) .

    Take care of yourself , sorry for your loss again :-( xxxooo

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    Thanks for your reply, nice to hear from you
    I'm so sorry to hear about your own loss, it's not a nice place to be. Thanks for giving me an idea about how long I'd have to wait I assumed around 4weeks so I guess I'll wait and see.
    Thanks again, take care xx

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    Sorry for your loss. For my 1st m/c i got a period 4 weeks later, my 2nd m/c it took about 5 weeks for my period to return. Both times I was 5-7 wks pregnant.

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    Sorry for your loss, spunkles. My period started 4ish weeks from the start of my natural miscarriage (which went for about 10 days).

    Take care.

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    Thank you for taking the time to reply to me. I guess I'll just wait till it happens but at least I have a better idea of how long. I didn't like the unknown.
    Thanks again ladies and I'm so sorry for your own losses xx


 

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