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    Default How long between miscarriage & next period?

    Just wondering if some of you could share with me how long it was from the first day of bleeding with your miscarriage until the first day of your next period? I started miscarrying on the 15th June and bled for a week, and have started bleeding again today, with what I presume is my period. Just interested in others' experiences. Many thanks

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    Mine was 6 weeks to the day from mc to next period

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    Had an early miscarriage at about 5 weeks. It was 5 weeks from the start of that until my next period.

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    Mine was about 5 weeks.

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    Six weeks here

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    4 weeks and about 2 days from beginning of miscarriage (and when I passed the sac) to the first day of my period

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    I had a missed miscarriage so opted for the d and c, after which I believe it took approx 49 days before I got my first period. I got pregnant again the very next cycle.

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    29 days from losing sac. But I had already bled for a week before losing sac

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    Thanks everyone. This is three weeks from the first day of my miscarriage, so pretty quick, but I do normally have a 25 day cycle, so it's turned up five days early!

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    All of mine came like clockwork a month after my miscarriages, so 4 weeks and I bled up to 20 days with each of them. Take care


 

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