Hi, I am new to this site and did not know if this was the correct listing to post on. I recently had a natural miscarriage in May and received my first period about 5 weeks ago. I am worried because I am now late for my second period. I took a home pregnancy test and it came out negative. Is this normal? I've had slight cramps....but no spotting. Thanks so much.
what youve said is completely normal.. have you been having unprotected sex? if so theres gonna be a possibility that youre pregnant but as just said it can take a long time for your periods to get back to normal so dont be alarmed if she doesnt show for ages then suddenly pops up.
Hi Esnj, I am exactly the same hun, m/c in May, had a normal period in June and now Im on CD33 when Im usually like clockwork on a 28 day cycle. I've tested neg too (twice just to make sure!) I'm guessing this is normal and will just take some time for my body to settle down. A little frustrating though so I understand you will probably feel a bit anxious.
I am new to this site too and exactly the same thing happened to me I misscarried my baby just after Xmas had a period now well over a week late and had 2 neg tests- I am so worried not that I am pregnant but if I am will I miscarry again??
i know this is some time after your post and i hope everythings worked out well for you but i just read it and felt compelled to respond so i just joined the forum in order to do so. Like you i had three children and then i lost one at 9 weeks pregnant. A month later was pregnant again, used one of those very early tests but lost again when period was due. Doc said 25% of pregnancies end like this but most are not noticed, blamed early testing kits. Anyway to put your mind at ease. . My next pregnancy was the month after and he is now 9 weeks old and sleeping away while i push buttons on my phone to leave you this message. Dont give up hope or expect the worst. Pregnancy was fine and birth was lovely. Take care.
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