Our expert says:
It is uncommon for you not to see your period after having a D & C. However, if after a D & C, a whole year has gone by and you have not seen a period then one needs to assess as to why this period is not coming on. The most common problem of not seeing your period after a D & C is the possibility of something known as Asherman’s syndrome. This is when the two portions of the uterine wall gets stuck to each other and doesn’t allow for the endometrium to grow. There however are other causes such as hormonal problems, which would include anovulation, high prolactin levels or thyroid dysfunction. My advise is to please go back to your gynaecologist so if he can exclude any of these problems.
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