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    nothing is over the top hun


    remember - its normal to feel emotional as well. pregnancy, m/c and everything associated messes with your hormones ... so its normal to be all over the place.

    and it messes with your head big time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tazz475 View Post
    I have no pain at all anymore.
    Now I feel stupid for being over the top thinking I have an infection when there's no pain... Probably just being over the top, good thing I didn't go to the doctors.. :/
    Don't be too hard on yourself tazz475 - it's so natural to be worried.


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    I bled for at least 6 weeks (maybe even 8, sorry poor memory!) after my d&c for a mmc. My friend bled for 12, then conceived their 2nd child right after.

    My OB did a routine follow up scan (sorry, can't remember how long after) to make sure nothing was missed. I'd get another scan if you're concerned.

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    Turns out that it is either an infection or an incomplete d+c.
    Sometimes being a hypochondriac is a good thing.

    Has anyone ever had to have more than one D+C for one pregnancy? I'm worried they're going to scar my uterus or something..

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    I'm glad they've worked out there is actually a problem and you can get it treated. I'd imagine the risk of scarring (which is there for all D&Cs and CSections) would be less than the risk of damage to your uterus by leaving the retained tissue/infection untreated. Hopefully everything is back to normal after the D&c.

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