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How long am i suppose to wait for my period after miscarriage?

How long am i suppose to wait for my period after miscarriage?

4 to 5 weeks: Typically there is a 1 week delay from your normal cycle, in other words if your cycle is usually 28 days then expect your period to come at about 35 days. ...Read more

Dr. Seth Derman
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Miscarriage (Definition)

A "lay" term for early pregnancy loss usually prior to the second trimester. Physician's use the term "spontaneous abortion" to describe these events, but the word "abortion" in lay use has come to connote only ...Read more


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How long is it normal to wait for your period after a miscarriage?

How long is it normal to wait for your period after a miscarriage?

4-6 weeks: If the miscarriage is complete, a period should be back in a few weeks. ...Read more

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I had a miscarriage about a month ago , how long does it to take get period after miscarriage ? How long should wait to conceive again?

I had a miscarriage about a month ago , how long  does it to take get period after miscarriage ? How long should wait to conceive again?

Varies: It can take as little as 4 weeks for you to resume your cycles, but could also take up to 6 months. It is safe to conceive as soon as two cycles after a pregnancy loss. ...Read more

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Had a miscarriage at 6 weeks. Already had one period cycle. Obgyn says wait 3 months to try again. Do I have to?

Had a miscarriage at 6 weeks. Already had one period cycle. Obgyn says wait 3 months to try again. Do I have to?

If you want healthy: pregnancy, you should wait 3-6 months after a miscarriage before trying to conceive again. It is important to allow your body to fully recover prior to getting pregnant again. Getting pregnant too soon after a miscarriage increases your risk of having another miscarriage. Repeated miscarriages in close succession could affect your ability to carry a pregnancy to term. ...Read more

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I had miscarriage and d&c almost 6weeks ago.No periods yet.How long should I wait more?When shoukd I see doc abt it?

I had miscarriage and d&c almost 6weeks ago.No periods yet.How long should I wait more?When shoukd I see doc abt it?

See your doc: You need to be evaluated by your physician. Everything is probably fine but you need a pregnancy test to confirm that your lack of a period is not because you have retained placental tissue in your uterus. If your pregnancy test is negative then your lack of a period is most likely because you have not resumed ovulation yet. Please use contraception until this issue has been resolved. ...Read more

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I had a miscarriage when the doc put me on the 3month shot ive only used it once when will i get my periods n how long do i have to wait to hve a baby?

I had a miscarriage when the doc put me on the 3month shot ive only used it once when will i get my periods n how long do i have to wait to hve a baby?

No waiting: You do not have to wait to get pregnant after using Depoprovera. Periods return soon in some and take up to one year in others. Fertility is the same. It returns quickly for some and can take time for others. ...Read more

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I had a d&c for a miscarriage at 13 weeks in October. Since then I have had painful periods. Should I go see my Ob soon or wait for my annual in June?

I had a d&c for a miscarriage at 13 weeks in October. Since then I have had painful periods. Should I go see my Ob soon or wait for my annual in June?

Painful periods: There are many options for dealing with painful periods. It is not likely to be directly related to a miscarriage 6 months ago. Your obgyn can do an evaluation and discuss the many options to improve this problem. ...Read more

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Is a miscarriage like a period?

Pregnancy Bleeding: So the difference between the two is really the establishment of a pregnancy. If you're pregnant and you pass the pregnancy (embryo/fetus with the uterine lining) then that's a miscarriage. If you're not pregnant and you pass the uterine lining then it's a period. Either way, the passage of a significant amount of blood/tissue means the end of a cycle. If you're pregnant and bleeding, see an md. ...Read more

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Would a miscarriage count as a period?

No: A miss is not a period , u can miss before the time of the missed period called a subclinical miss. ...Read more

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Would a miscarriage count as having a period?

NO: A miscarriage is not a period, some women can have a miscarriage before the time of their next period, that is a very early one of course, sometimes called a sub clinical misc. Because sometimes the person may not have realized she was pregnant. ...Read more

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What's the difference between a period and a miscarriage?

What's the difference between a period and a miscarriage?

Pregnancy: A period is the natural menstrual flow that happens after ovulation without a pregnancy. A miscarriage is loss of an early pregnancy. Miscarriage is usually later, around 6-8 weeks after a period is a common time, and flow is often heavier than a period. Seek professional advice if your are pregnant and concerned about miscarriage. ...Read more

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Miscarried at 3 weeks how long till i will get my period?

Miscarried at 3 weeks how long till i will get my period?

About 5-6 weeks: After you miscarry, it takes some time for HCG levels to decrease and stop their inhibitory effect on your cycle. This is why, after a miscarriage, it will take slightly longer than the normal 28 days to get your next period. ...Read more

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Miscarried November 2014, when to expect my period again?

Miscarried November 2014, when to expect my period again?

Falling hormones: Hello Brittany, After a miscarriage, the hormones of pregnancy begin to fall. Depending on how far along the pregnancy was, it may take a little time or a longer time for your hormones to return to a non-pregnant state. Once this happens the body will start to cycle. A normal menstrual period will happen when the hormones of pregnancy return to pre-pregnancy levels. ...Read more

Dr. Gerard Honore
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Pregnancy Loss (Definition)

Pregnancy loss = unintended loss of a pregnancy which could result ...Read more