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    Default How long for period after misscarriage??

    I had my third misscarrige around the 15th September and am yet to have a period. My F/S said that I should get a period within the 2 weeks after my misscarriage bleed, but it never came. I do have pcos and its not unusual to have a long cycle. Just not sure if I should be concerned that I havent had it yet. How long did it take for your period to return after misscarriage??

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    6 weeks for me...
    First time I got a very light BFP at 6 weeks. My daughter is now 15 months.
    And second time AF 6 weeks after.

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    4 weeks pretty much came when a normal period would have

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    Between 8-9 weeks for me. But my OB wasn't concerned. There is no rule for everyone, it can take a while for your cycle to kick back in.

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    Default How long for period after misscarriage??

    29 days from losing the sac, so for me I ovulated around 2 days after hcg went completly (last day of brown)

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    Op, do you remember what date the brown spotting stopped?

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    8 weeks to the day post D&C. No PCOS here, just took a while to get back in cycle.
    Hugs to you, its awful waiting for AF to return

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    Three times it was exactly five weeks (all D&Cs) and the last one was a natural miscarriage and it took nine weeks before I had another period. I was really worried about that one - I don't have PCOS - but I've been totally regular since then, so it did take some time to come back. My doctor wasn't worried either. I hope you're OK. It's really rough


 

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