Our expert says:
It is at this point to early to judge a definite change in cycle length. However if the pattern remains the same for the next two cycles then this would be indicative of delayed ovulation and/or prolonged luteal phase. The luteal phase is the interval between ovulation and the onset of menstruation and can be delayed in patients who have just recently had a miscarriage. This is due to the fact that the endometrium or lining of the womb might be still adjusting to the effects of the miscarriage itself.
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