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strange discharge 2 months after mmc

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babyangelbean20315 Wed 03-Dec-14 12:40:27

I have finished my second period after my mmc this morning I went to the toilet, when I wiped there was big jelly like discharge Abit sticky, clear but with the tiniest dot of red in - sorry for the tmi

Has anyone experienced this ?? I have googled it and someone says it is because of ovulation which from my dates and stuff sounds about right (my period started 2 weeks ago exactly) but I have never experienced this before and it was quite alarming to see this morning, having said this I haven't had it again since this one time this morning ???

Rang Dr for a call back still waiting for the phone to ring thought maybe someone on here will have had this

sizethree Thu 04-Dec-14 19:02:52

Hi babyangel, I'm so sorry about your loss.
From my experience, my cycles went pretty strange after my miscarriage! I was used to normal periods and mid cycle ovulation symptoms but my body definitely changed after my first loss.
I've experienced that jelly like discharge too. But I put it down to being healthy cervical mucus (but maybe a bit dehydrated) during ovulation.
I think it sounds like it's your body gearing back up to fertility.
When was your last cervical smear? If there's any infection or any changes to keep an eye on, your smear will pick that up. But generally as long as there's no pain or change in discharge colour or smell, there shouldn't be anything to worry about.
Hope you're doing ok. Big hugs.

YouAreMyRain Thu 04-Dec-14 19:07:02

I always get jelly lumps around ovulation. Maybe it's just your hormones getting back to your normal.

babyangelbean20315 Fri 05-Dec-14 08:47:49

I thought, well I hoped its ovulation because it's never happened to me before

Size three - I haven't ever had a smear done I'm 22 so never been offered it yet, maybe I will see if I can book one in.

I did have antibiotics in case of infection so hopefully they worked lol

Thanks for the feedback jus was Abit like hmm what is this

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