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Asked by kelly30

Q: D&C 5 weeks ago, cramping but no period??

Hey ladies

I had a second miscarriage on the 6th April where i had to have a d&c, its been 5 weeks today and i still havent come on my period.

Ive been having severe cramping and lower back pain but still no bleeding....?? I have no idea whats going on and its really starting to worry me.

Ive taken a test and its BFN.

Tried to work my dates out as my cycles are normally 29 days so im now a week late.

Anyone had experience of this??

Ive booked in for the docs on tuesday just incase.

Thanks any help or advice is appreciated.
Hugs
Kel.xxx

This question was asked May. 11, 2012 4:20am
Category: Miscarriage & Loss

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Answered by satay3420 - 8 weeks ago
Wow i experienced the same thing but took aHPT today nd wound up with a positive. Wait a little while and take a nother one. God bless your womb and lots of baby dust.



Answered by my beautiful kids - Aug. 16, 2013 1:08am
Hi I'm going through something like this. I had d&c may, 28, 13 baby heart stopped i was 9 weeks but now it's been11 weeks ssince d&c still no period been cramping last pass 2weeks still no blood took hpt bfn can i still be pregnant



Answered by simplymee123 - May. 11, 2012 5:48pm
I'm sorry for your loss. I had a d&c done on the 20th of March, and have yet to get my period. Im slightly worried, but many people have told me your body just needs to adjust, and your levels need to reach zero before your cycle can continue as normal.


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Answered by zionabby - May. 11, 2012 1:59pm
Im sorry to hear of your losses, I had a miscarriage on the 24th of Feb d n c on the 29th, but then didnt get my period till the 21st of april, which is over 7 weeks I know how you felt as I was getting really worried thinking something was wrong as for weeks all I was getting was cramps, back ache all the period symptoms except the bleeding, hopefully could just be your body going back to normal, but speaking to the doctor should help ease your worries as it did for me.

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Answered by gemmas - May. 11, 2012 1:17pm
sorry to hear your sad news hun. we had a d and c in feb and it took 2 weeks for HPT to be negative and first AF came after 6 weeks in total. Hope the doctors can put your mind at rest im sure AF will turn up soon

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Answered by dmartin65 - May. 11, 2012 8:37am
I had a m/c at 13 weeks and it took 7 weeks for my AF to show up. Just ovulated last night. My hormones were all over the map after the m/c and I had many symptoms for weeks. I am so sorry to hear of your loss and wish you all the best going forward.

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Answered by Mrsfitz - May. 11, 2012 6:22am
sorry that was my 2nd misscarrige also, i had a molar pregnancie in 2009.

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Answered by Mrsfitz - May. 11, 2012 6:21am
Hi,i'm sorry to hear of your loss,i had a misscarrige on 15th jan dnc on 16th,i had a bleed from 16th to 22nd..then nothing till 23rd of feb,my cycles are norm 30 days,then my next period came on 2nd of april,from my exspeirence everything can go a little crazy after a misscarrige..hope this helps

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Answered by imatestingfool - May. 11, 2012 4:50am
I'm so sorry to hear about your losses. Are you charting or using opk's or anything? I think cramps and backache could be from pregnancy or AF coming or even ovulation (though I get twinges/sharp pains then- not backache). How late was the miscarriage? I've had two early losses (before six wk) and my periods got right back on track and actually had short cycles (21-24 days) the next month.

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