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27/03/2005, 05:11 AM
and still NO period...
What could be happening? I am not pregnant because I took a test and I have absolutely NO symptoms of a period coming!?! Anyone else?
27/03/2005, 08:11 AM
It took me 7 weeks to get my period back after D&C. The doctors say the further along you were when you m/c the longer it can take. I have heard of some women waiting 8 or 9 weeks. Maybe you could go and get checked out though to be sure that you don't have any retained products or hcg still in your system??
Believe me, I understand how frustrating the wait is. I hope you have some luck soon.
27/03/2005, 08:43 AM
Thank you, Jaytee! I was 12 weeks along, so that is probably why it is taking so long. Another question if you get this...were your cycles regular after that? thanks!
29/03/2005, 12:22 PM
Any luck yet? I was 12 weeks along also. I have only had 1 cycle after the first long wait and it was bang on 31 days (which is normal for me).
30/03/2005, 02:08 AM
No luck yet!!! AHHHHHH! I called my doctor and they to "wait it out" (I hate that answer) I feel great physically, no sign of af. I will let you know. Thank you so much for listening and caring. Baby dust to YOU!
This message was edited by jennibean on March 30, 2005 @ 2:08 AM
30/03/2005, 12:28 PM
I too took just over 7 weeks to get my first period after the D&C and then it was another 5 1/2 weeks until I got my second period.
Good luck and if you dont feel right go see your Dr
M/C 24.11.2004 (11 weeks)
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