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How long after abortion do you get your period?

How long after abortion do you get your period?

2-6 weeks : The first period usually occurs 2-6 weeks after and then patients return to their usual patterns. If you continue to have irregular periods after a few months then you should schedule a visit for evaluation. ...Read more

Dr. Milroy Samuel
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How long after an abortion do you get your period?

How long after an abortion do you get your period?

4-6 weeks: For a woman who has regular periods, she will likely get her period about 4-6 weeks after an abortion. ...Read more

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When after an medical abortion do you get your period?

When after an medical abortion do you get your period?

Within a month: Typically it will occur in the next couple of weeks, but can take as long as a month. ...Read more

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How long does it take after an abortion untill you get your period?

How long does it take after an abortion untill you get your period?

2-6 weeks : The first period usually occurs 2-6 weeks after and then patients return to their usual patterns. If you continue to have irregular periods after a few months then you should schedule a visit for evaluation. ...Read more

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After a medical abortion, how many days before you get your period again?

Depends: It all depends on how far along your were and how long it takes for the pregnancy hormone to disappear. It could be weeks before periods return to normal. ...Read more

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I had an abortion jan 6 2012 through medicine still waiting for the next menstrual period?

I had an abortion jan 6 2012 through medicine still waiting for the next menstrual period?

Schedule follow up : After a medical abortion it is important to schedule follow up to make sure it worked. You would expect your first period 2-6 weeks after so it may just not quite be time for your first cycle. Start birth control to prevnet another unplanned pregnancy. ...Read more

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