I had a d & c on January 11th and still have not gotten AF. I had some brown spotting about four weeks after, but that's about it. I had some bloodwork taken to see what is going on, and the doctor said my progesterone is low so I have not ovulated yet. She did say my estrogen was "creeping up" which could mean I am on my way to ovulating. If I go another month without it, she wants me to get a dose of progesterone to start AF and then possibly start clomid to help me to ovulate. I ovulated late when I got pregnant too. At first, they thought I was four weeks further along than I actually was because I ovulated so late. I guess there is something wrong with me because that is obviously not normal.
Hello, I had a MMC in January. I had my AF (I think it was that!) exactly 4 weeks after ERPC, my cycles are never 28 days, usually at least 31! It lasted 5 days and was just some spotting, on the third day a little more but brown (sorry TMI) and then back to spotting. I'm not sure if I should pop to the doctors for a check up to see if this is normal?
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