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Hormones going berserk 2 wks after early miscarriage - anyone else?

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SOFIB Sun 19-Jul-09 10:05:38

Anyone else had this?
I had an early miscarriage wit quite a lot of bleeding two weeks ago and continuted to bleed for a few days. I've been exhausted. Over the last few days I've started to feel all over the place hormonally. I've felt nauseous, emotional, dizzy. It's too soon for me to be pg again, but I feel really like I did when I was pg.
Anyone else had this?

dcb Mon 20-Jul-09 18:07:38

Have you checked that it has all gone? Could be that a small amount of placenta remains and is making hcg. This happened to me - thought I was pg again 6 wks after erpc. Unfortunately there is still a large amount of tissue there 2 months after erpc and have to have another one tomorrow. Might be worth a scan unless you've had one already to check. A pg test may be misleading.Sorry you're feeling so crap xxx

JamieJay Mon 20-Jul-09 18:18:47

I had a miscarriage at 6 weeks at the start of June, about 2 weeks after the bleeding stopped I had all my classic ovulation signs plus the most horrendously bad PMT type symptoms. I put it down to my hormones being a bit out of kilter.

However, as dcb says it might be worth asking for scan if you haven't had the all clear, they should also check your hcg levels to be sure.

Look after yourself.

belgo Mon 20-Jul-09 18:21:35

Totally normal for your hormones all over the place for a few weeks following a miscarriage. Take care, look after yourself. Maybe take sure suppplements such as floradix if you had a lot of bleeding, maybe you are slightly anemic if you are exhausted.

SOFIB Wed 29-Jul-09 17:12:13

Thanks for the kind messages. Things are finally settling down now, though I haven't had a period yet. I thought I'd update for anyone that comes across this in a search so they can see it can take a month for things to start to sort themselves out. I think I underestimated what your body goes through.

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