How long after early mc for cycle to return to normal?

(6 Posts)
jellyandcake Thu 04-Jul-13 07:00:03

Thanks and congratulations!

RugbyWidow7 Tue 02-Jul-13 10:59:37

Jelly, I had an early miscarriage last month. I treated the first day of the bleed as start of my cycle. We then tried to conceive again and I found out yesterday that I am pregnant again so have everything crossed for success this time. I don't mean to give any false hope, I just want you to remain positive as it can happen.

jellyandcake Mon 01-Jul-13 06:26:47

Thanks for your kind words - thinking of it as WTF cycle is very helpful! Have had no more spotting so don't know what it was but going to try not to torture myself wondering.

Bakingtins Sat 29-Jun-13 21:18:29

First AF has always been a week later than normal for me but some minor bleeding in that first cycle par for the course. It's not so affectionately known as a WTF cycle on the TTC after MC threads because anything goes. After MC1 (10 wks) cycle was screwy for about 3 m, but seems to have been normal after first AF with the others.

Daisybell1 Sat 29-Jun-13 18:48:49

So sorry for your loss.

I've always found that it takes my cycles take a fair while to settle down - it takes 2 or 3 before I start to get signs of OV and the cycle length settles back down.

jellyandcake Sat 29-Jun-13 18:37:04

Just that really - had a mc at 5+5 and bled for a week. The bleeding finished nine days ago, today I had blood-tinged cm which usually precedes a period for me so I guess it's on its way. I never have any mid-cycle spotting and never had implantation bleeding in either of my pregnancies - besides, have only dtd once since mc and that was Thursday night so would be too early for this to be implantation. If I count the first day of the mc as cd1, I'm now on cd16.

Bit depressed at the prospect of af showing up only a week after the mc finished!

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