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    Default After your miscarriage...

    Did it take long for AF to go back to normal?

    This is my first full cycle after d&c and I'm now in CD37. Pre pregnancy, my cycles were usually 28 days and it was a 28 day cycle from d&c as CD1 to first AF.
    Yesterday I had a tiny amount of blood when I wiped yesterday and this morning light brown spotting when I wiped. I tested a few days ago and had a BFN so it's either possible that I O'd late and this is implantation or AF is just being a lazy sod. So frustrating!

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    Anyone?

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    After my miscarriage my AF was a bit all over the place. I had a d&c. My cycle was always 29 days. Afterwards it went like 35, then 25 and jumped around a but before I fell pregnant again. Not sure that helps. But my period went from being very regular to a bit unpredictable. I was pregnant about four months later so not a great deal of time to return to normal.

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    Mine went straight back to normal after my mc. I think the date it came changed by a couple of days but that was it.

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    Mine was back 21 days after miscarriage.

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    I would like to know about this too. my situation is different though, I didnt have the D&C, I bled heavily for 14 days, then 2 days spotting, now nothing. Coincidentally when the bleeding stopped my hcg was back to normal. now POS again to find out when I will O and hoping this will be soon. am not sure if we should TTC again this cycle or take the advice of FS to wait till next AF

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    Mine started again 29 days after losing sac. I worked out that I ovulated within a few days of hcg leaving body

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    Mine started again 29 days after losing sac. I worked out that I ovulated within a few days of hcg leaving body
    Did it stay regular?


    I'm so frustrated with my body for stretching this cycle out. I just want to make a baby already

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    After mc at 9 weeks in Sept 2011 it took 6 weeks for af to return. Was was relatively regular after that between 27-29 day cycles. Finally utd after 12months of trying! Due September 2013

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    Mine have been 29 to 32 days since then

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