I posted on here a while ago that I finally got my BFP after TTC for 4.5 years. Well, sadly that went wrong, and I miscarried at around 5 weeks.
5 weeks after the m/c bleeding started I got my period, but it was weird. It was like water the whole way through, brown stained water, then pink stained water, no clumps, not even have enough to fill more than a light pad a day.
Does this sound right to you? I was expecting it to be heavy and painful after reading every possible internet page ever written.
Obviously I POAS about a million times but all BFN.
I guess I'm just looking for a little reaasurance...
hi there! I just got my first period after i miscarried 5 weeks ago. Mine has also been lighter than usual but have also been having a heaviness in my uterus the past couple of days. My emotions have also been all over the place! I've read that the first period after a m/c won't be like a normal period and it also varies for each woman. Hang in there- all the best
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