Thanks. It's slowed down to brown spotting after taking it easy over the weekend, and no more clots since Sunday so hopefully things are just progressing normally, at least physically. I had horrendous c constipation over the weekend which didn't help the pain any, but seems that's normal as well. I just wish the whole thing weren't so drawn-out and slow.
Try and ask for a scan. I had clots and brown bleeding for two weeks after mine so was referred from a and e to the epu and I had retained products and unfortunately had to have a second erpc. No bleeding or pain at all after the second. I would go to your gp and ask for a scan. They did tell me there's a tiny chance of needing two erpc's and I was just really unlucky. Sorry for your loss.
I've had a few clots following both my ERPCs. I got an infection after my second.. the fever was a giveaway but interestingly nothing smelled bad. I had a headache and a bit of pain lower down but put it down to other stuff - it wasn't until the fever came that I put it all together.
Definitely rest if you can, although that won't change whether you get infected or not.
The blood isn't bright red - it's the sort of reddish-brown you get on the 3rd or 4th day of a period. It is rather uncomfortably painful though. The clots are pretty small, so I think I'll be giving them a call on Monday when the EPAU reopens. I'm keeping an eye on my temperature and taking it easy though - my sister has already laid dire warnings on me about not rushing around trying to get everything done as usual!
I had a ERPC & blood transfusion on Wednesday when I MCed at 12 weeks. It was my 4th MC, 2nd ERPC. I've just been passing a few clots; this didn't happen after my 1st ERPC so I'm not entirely sure if this is normal or not. EPAU is closed until Monday; ladies who have had ERPC, did you pass clots afterwards, and is this just one of those things I should expect or should I be calling EPAU on Monday?