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    Default Please help. Brown spotting again before af

    I had mc end of july after conceiving after 3 cycles. The two cycles before that I had 5 then 3 days of brown before af. The first af after mc wasnt like this but it has started again. Day 21 red then 22-24 brown then day 27 full af again. What does this mean?? If I were to conceive again will I mc again???
    I had 3 weeks of brown before miscarrying

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    I had mc end of july after conceiving after 3 cycles. The two cycles before that I had 5 then 3 days of brown before af. The first af after mc wasnt like this but it has started again. Day 21 red then 22-24 brown then day 27 full af again. What does this mean?? If I were to conceive again will I mc again???
    I had 3 weeks of brown before miscarrying

    Sorry to hear of your loss Im not really sure what it means, but brown is considered old blood.. Maybe a quick call to your OBGYN if you have one, or your GP and ask??

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    Oh hun I agree with shadowangel, go see your OB/GP. They will have the best information for you

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    One possibility is low progesterone. Your GP can give you a referral to get a day 21 blood test, which checks your luteal phase progesterone levels. I'm currently waiting to get results back from my last cycle. If they're low, it sounds like it's a pretty easy thing to treat by using either progesterone creams or suppositories during your TWW.

    As to whether it's related to your MC or not - I really don't know. I hope you're able to solve the mystery quickly.


 

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