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    Default teen- post miscarriage periods

    So i was taking contraception Depo-provera and somehow I feel pregnant (we assume we didn't wait long enough for it to kick it). I had no idea I was pregnant until a few months ago I miscarried. Biggest shock of my life, as you can imagine. I absolutely hated depo provera and it made me depressed and other side effects etc. So once it wore off I had basically 5 mini "periods"( withdrawal bleeding) within the space of a month. Anyways so it's a month later and I got my period but it was incredibly light and only lasted two days. Is this normal for your body to have trouble regulated the cycle again after a miscarriage and going off depo provera??? Really worried.

    So hoping someone with any experience or similar situation could share their experience about periods after miscarriage and if this is normal?

    thank you so much

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    Yep completely normal after a m/c for things to take a bit to settle down. You've also come off depo so between the 2 it's no wonder your cycle has gone nuts.

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    Hello. I haven't been on that form of contraception so can't help you there, but I do know after a miscarriage it can 'confuse' your body for a little while. Your next period (or couple of periods) after a miscarriage can be shorter or longer, lighter or heavier, it is completely normal for it to be different in some way. How it is different varies from person to person as our own bodies are all different and deal with hormones etc in different ways. Especially if you've also come off your regular contraception too, your body will also be getting used to this at the same time.

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    Completely normal. Did you see a doc after?


 

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