everyone is different i got my first a/f last week after my m/c.it took exactly 6 weeks to arrive.but they were same as before no pain just lasted 5 days as usual,so see how your next time and go from there.but like i said were all different take care.
my 'period' came right on schedule, 4 weeks after my mc.....but I suspect it was actually round 2 of my mc rather than an ordinary period. It was incredibly heavy (I was using inco-pads rather than period ones) and there were loads of clotty tissuey bits in it - and I also passed the baby
However, I had very little pain with it - which is the reverse of my normal experience - usually I'm kinda medium heavy with a huge amount of pain.
It lasted for 6 days, hopefully yesterday was my last day, but I've put a pad on today just in case
For me it started about on time but as extremely light spotting for 5 days, followed by what is a normal period for me. No pain. I also didn't have much bleeding after the first few hours after the m/c (in hospital) - light for a few days, then spotting, totaling 2 weeks. But I guess this little bleeding is unusual.
mine was brown spotting for one day, very light red mucusy bleeding for one day, then just like a normal period; it is day three of that now. At the beginning it was actually a lot more painful than my periods are normally; but then again since I have had kids they have been virtually pain free.
Oh no, hope your feeling better. If its not a hard enough time for you.
I have just had a natural m/c but I was only 4.5 weeks and I only bled for 3 days. I haven't passed any clots but the EPU nurses have said that at 4.5 weeks that there wouldn't be anything more than a period to pass. Would people agree? I do normally have quite light periods for around 2/3 days, but I think this one was heavier, but hard to tell as i never wear pads usually. I am a bit scared now of what will happen on my next period...
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