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    Default First period after D & C

    Hi ladies, I had a D & C on February 14 after bleeding heavily for 2 weeks. Fast forward to march 28 (6 weeks post D & C) and I woke up with terrible period pains. I was so happy thinking I was getting my period. I had a small amount of blood followed by 2 days of blood when wiping (sorry for the TMI). Has anyone had this happen and was it even a period?

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    It's really frustrating not knowing what your body is doing! I had a D&C on April 9 and period started April 26. I wasn't sure at first because it was light to the point I could wear a liner and get away with it. 2 days of that light flow and then it came in full force. I called the fertility clinic and they called it a period as it was progressively getting a bit heavier. Hope that helps.


 

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