What a great post! Thank you for asking this question and to everyone for their replies. I miscarried five or six weeks ago (trying not to keep count) and still haven't had a period. I do feel a lot of pressure down in my uterus however. Can anyone add to this: is that feeling normal? I feel like part of me thinks I'm still pregnant (uterus, tired, and hunger) and the other part of me is not (boobs thank God are normal). If anyone can talk about the physical side and symptoms of late/delayed periods, I'd really appreciate that.
Im also new to this site but seem to be having the same problems.
I had a D&C on November 5th and bled until the 14th November. Then i had a late second period (CD49) on 18th December ending 22nd. Im now CD51 to date (9th February) no bleeding I have had numerous negative HPT. I saw my doctor last weeks and he thinks its stress but i don't think so. I have had sore breast for around two weeks and period pains throughout. Im so confused about whats going on. Doctor says for me to come back in 2 weeks. He did a scan (not a proper scan the midwives do) which showed i should have a period within a few days as my wall was thick but that was a week ago. Can anyone offer me help or advice?
I had a natural mc on November 30th at 10 weeks, bled 5 days, then no period until 9 weeks later (CD61 or something...), but it's been weird. I think it's fairly common for women's cycles to get really messed up after a MC. Even though your wall is thickening up, maybe your hormones aren't signaling whatever needs to happen to bring on AF? (Like some women only have periods because their wall builds up so much and basically collapses in on itself, not because the hormones are telling it to do what it's supposed to do.) Maybe you could ask your doctor to check your hormone levels like progesterone or whatever it is that signals everything. Obviously I'm not a doctor and could be totally wrong about this stuff. Just my random thoughts. I hope you get it figured out. Having our bodies totally out of whack after a MC is just insult to injury!!! Hang in there!
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