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    Default Miscarriage or retained product?

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    I'm not sure if I'm much help for you but at the very least I'll bump your thread

    My dd is 10.5 months old and I've had one cycle back. It was so so heavy, like a super tampon every few hours. I remember my first few cycles from my previous pregnancies being extremely heavy too. So from my limited and somewhat different circumstances it's normal.

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    Bump anyone else?


 

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