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No AF and bumpy womb after losing baby

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RufousBartleby Thu 14-Feb-13 20:11:16

OP Im so sorry you had such an awful time. I also TFMR in december and ive still not completely stopped bleeding since and certainly not had anything i could identify as a period. i know this isnt much help to you but thought may be it might make you feel more normal (if there is such a thing!) to know you werent the only one whose body hasnt done what it is supposed to.

ScillyCow Thu 14-Feb-13 20:03:49

Could be that there is something left after the termination. They might need to have you back in to make sure it is all gone before you can try again.

I don't see any reason why there should be a problem with conceiving again - a termination is fairly straightforward normally.

Was it a nurse or a consultant who did the ultrasound?

Donttrustmyselfanymore Thu 14-Feb-13 19:58:05

Thank you, no, no sex I'm afraid. No other symptoms like sore breasts, nausea etc


ScillyCow Thu 14-Feb-13 19:25:55

So sorry to hear of your loss sad

Have you had sex at all?

Donttrustmyselfanymore Thu 14-Feb-13 19:22:30


Not sure if this is the best place to post so I'm sorry and please point me in the right direction if I am wrong.

I had a termination 13th December due to baby having anacephaly, afterwards I had horrendous complications (was hospitalised with severe infection and massive hemmorrage, ithink that's how you spell it sorry if wrong!) I had an ultrasound on Monday, and they said my left ovary was close to my womb and one side of my womb looked bumpy??? I have to go and see my GP on friday to get exact results but I still have no had AF and its been over 8 weeks now, is this normal? I was told to expect it between 6 and 8 weeks. I bleed until 3rd week of January from termination etc and my hormones are still all over the place.

So is this normal or should I be worried? I'm paranoid everything that happened will make me not be able to conceive in future, so has anyone got any experience of this?

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