I just had a chemical a few days ago, and i was wondering if something was wrong with me i only bled for one day, I never soaked a pad at all it was only apparent when i went to the bathroom..sorry if its tmi. I guess we are all just different. Sorry about your loss, this was a horrible expierence
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I had mine last thurs night.. regular red bleeding for about a day /day & a half (regular/light), then just a little brown for the next like 2 days & then it was just noticeable when i wiped, nothing today..
I'm sorry to hear about your chemical I, too, had a chemical pregnancy in August--the bleeding lasted for only 1.5 days, but the cramps were more painful than a normal period. It sounds like the bleeding differs for each woman. I am kind of worried that I only bled for such a short period of time because I feel like I'm not "cleared out" so to speak, so maybe the bright side of your 9-day bleeding is that you're all clear and ready to start anew?
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