Our expert says:
It appears that your cycle has not yet regulated itself since the D&C and there may well be an underlying hormonal reason for this. To some extent, it depends on what stage of your pregnancy the miscarriage had occured. It is unusal to have this sort of bleeding disorder if you had an early miscarriage (ie first trimester miscarriage) but it is more common in midtrimester miscarriages.
It is also important to exclude the possibility of what we would call a molar pregnancy or trophoblastic disease, which is a complication that may arise after a miscarriage, and is a relatively serious problem. I would therefore recommed that you do a pregnacy blood test and should this be positive I would suggest that you see your gynaecologisat as soon as possible to exclude the possibiliy of this trophoblastic disease.
Should bthe pregnancy test be negative, then the next step would be to try and regulate your cycle. This is best done by using a combined oral contraceptive for a period of two to three months, thereafter you could look at ovulation induction ,if conception is a priority.
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