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bleeding starting again after erpc or period???

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butterfly86 Mon 08-Oct-12 22:35:56

I had a miscarriage 4 weeks ago and had an erpc bled for over 2 weeks then thought that was it! A few days ago 24 days since erpc i started to spot again its brown only but did have a bit of red at first its on and off not constant its not enough to be a period but was wondering if that was the start but it hasn't came to anything more!
I had an erpc in may also for a miscarriage i bled for about 2 weeks but then period came back as normal 30 days later so thought i knew what to expect this time around. Has anybody had a similar experience?? Im a total worrier and think the worst like what if this is my period and its light because i've got asherman's syndrome caused by erpc!! Crazy i know!

messtins Mon 08-Oct-12 22:47:53

I had a MC just over a month ago and have had similar spotting in the last week or so, like the start of a period, but it's come to nothing. I figure it's just my hormones being screwed up and will eventually have a proper AF. If you feel ok otherwise don't worry - it just takes a while for your body to sort itself out.

butterfly86 Mon 08-Oct-12 23:04:44

Thanks for replying i know its early days yet and prob will settle itself down but cant help thinking all sorts. Just wish af would come so i can move on as such not ttc yet don't feel ready but just want my body back to normal x

butterfly86 Tue 09-Oct-12 19:16:00


messtins Wed 10-Oct-12 08:05:17

Nobody else wants to comment! My proper AF has arrived now so that's about a week of on/off spotting followed by a period about a week later than normal, if you take MC as CD1. Hope you get a visit from Aunt Flo soon and can feel you are starting afresh.

butterfly86 Wed 10-Oct-12 12:02:19

I know! Im just intersested in what other people have experienced so thank you again. If i count erpc as day 1 i am on day29 now ive had 5 days of spotting but getting a little bit crampy now so she might be on her way. Who would be a woman eh! X

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