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    Maybe your hcg took longer to leave body? How long was brown bleed after dnc?

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    Cycled regularly after first mc, but didn't try to conceive straight away again, so I wasn't monitoring anything. Conceived 5 months later first try.
    After losing that bub we waited for first cycle to start properly - the next cycle was blown out to 36 days with a shorter luteal phase, late ovulation (around CD25/26), if any. Now on CD10, so it will be interesting to see how this one goes.
    TMI -I googled the other night as my period hasn't been the same since last d&c - only lasts 3 days of heavy-medium, seems to stop at night, start next morning, much lighter in colour, perhaps more watery, and stops at CD6, whereas before it went heavy-light over 7 days, done. I am wondering if it is the lining not quite back to its usual self or if hormones are out of whack.

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    I had a d&c last July. Since then my cycles are totally variable. Cycle length varies between 27 & 34 days now. My first 4-5 periods were much heavier and longer than normal but they have returned to pre-mc level since. I also used to get heaps of ewcm pre-mc but not much most cycles since. It is rather frustrating. I hope yours returns to normal soon but my specialist said it is normal for your cycles to be wacky after.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    Maybe your hcg took longer to leave body? How long was brown bleed after dnc?
    I've had AF once since d&c and that started 27 days after. I'm now waiting for AF to arrive after first full cycle.


 

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