Lost periods after miscarrige - advice please

(6 Posts)
MrsExcited Fri 06-Sep-13 23:55:34

I had a miscarrige at 6 weeks, but not found till 10 in March this year, no bleeding at all so had an ERPC. Since then i have not had a period.

Prior to this had coil removed in dec 12, 1 period then pregnant as hoped for! So add to worries i am now approuching the due date that won't happen.

I've had bloodtests that show a low progesterone, and gyne thinks i may have pcos with no cysts on overies (had a gyne scan)

But have now had a course of norrsterone (sp) in July with no period, and a course of provera that i finished on Monday with no period.

I need to go back to the gyne but hoped some others may have some advice while waiting for an appointment.

eurochick Sat 07-Sep-13 12:04:39

Have they checked that no products have been retained after the ERPC? That could stop periods returning.

Andcake Sat 07-Sep-13 15:01:50

After one of my early mc it took 8 weeks for my period to return. It was hellish waiting and I was terrified it was never going to return (I ave low ovarian reserve) I hassled my dr a lot and she basically said 'you were pregnant it sometimes keys months for hormones to resettle'.
Not sure of advice check your not pregnant again, keep an ee out for ewcm as as soon as I had tat period resumed 2 weeks after.
Sorry about the mc there hellish :-(

Benby Thu 19-Sep-13 23:48:20

Hi mrsexcited,
Ask them to check for ashermans syndrome. This is scarring on the womb which can sometimes be caused by a d&c. The earlier it's diagnosed the better the chance of treating it.
Hope that helps,
Regards
Benby
Ps I assume you done a pregnancy test to rule that out also

MrsExcited Fri 20-Sep-13 19:50:23

Thanks for the advice, did have a scan back in June and womb lining was 5mm not anywhere near Tom but not showing signs of asherman either.

Went to see the gyne yesterday and am now on a course of clomid with a day 21 blood test so will see if anything happens from that, just feeling pretty down about it all.

MrsExcited Fri 20-Sep-13 19:51:07

Oh and yes have poas'ed many times of late

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