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    Default No period after miscarriage

    Just wondering what you think I should do.

    I had a mc starting 4th october and from what ive read you would start that at cd1.
    I still havent gor af yet!
    I know my levels were back at <1 so there shouldnt be anything missed.
    Ive poas and its a bfn..
    What would you do next? Just wait it out? See a doctor?
    Ive been ttc since june so I dont want to wait around I guess, it feels like its taken too long already. I really expected a bfp and sticky bubby before this...
    Thanks in advance for any advice!

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    Sorry for your loss. I've had 3 m/c. With two it was spot on 4 weeks but the middle one was 5-6 weeks. I think they say to allow 6-8 weeks. I know the waiting sucks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenga View Post
    Sorry for your loss. I've had 3 m/c. With two it was spot on 4 weeks but the middle one was 5-6 weeks. I think they say to allow 6-8 weeks. I know the waiting sucks!
    Sorry to hear you have been in the same situation.
    Your not wrong waiting sucks! Ive got a busy november and December so hopefully (though not likely) I can focus on something else for a bit!

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    Try not to worry. It took me 12 weeks to get mine back, 12! And even now I'm having long cycles. I just think sometimes it takes time for your body to overcome the stress of miscarriage.

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