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24/07/2009, 04:14 PM
Well, after 10 days of bleeding I miscarried over the weekend at what would have been 8w 5d. The active part of the miscarriage I believe finished yesterday. I had an ultrasound yesterday afternoon that confirmed that sac was gone and there was only one little spot left which the u/s tech didn't believe was relevant, possibly just a blood clot left to pass.
Can anyone tell me how long they bled for after their natural m/c, once the active part of it was over?
AND once the bleeding stopped, how long till you O'd?
We are keen to TTC again asap. I will probably wait one cycle although while we won't actively TTC before AF we won't take any precautions either....
25/07/2009, 03:45 PM
I have had 3 m/c's 2 natural 1 D&C. the 1st natural m/c I bled on & off for a couple of weeks & I felt it took a few mths to O properly again.
After this last m/c the active part of the m/c was over within an hour or 2 & I only bled (spotted) for about 3 days after. And I'm almost 100% +tive I O 14 days after the m/c
so all different for me.
25/07/2009, 03:53 PM
There is only a 6 week difference between the due date from my miscarriage and the day my dd was born, so I suppose I O very quickly after.
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