need advice about miscarriage.

Cindy - posted on 11/01/2015 ( 2 moms have responded )

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My name is Cindy I have two liveing kids one boy that's 4 and a daughter who is 1yr. On June 1,2015 I found out I was 4 week's pregnate June 5,2015 I had a miscarriage and the doctor had to remove my lift tube it shredded. I have still not had a period at all. When will my cycles start back. I have this worried feelings in my stomach that feels like something is moving is this my insides going back in place or should I take a test also I am on the depo shot.

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Cindy - posted on 11/02/2015

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Thank u I go to my doctor tomorrow. It has been 5months seance miscarriage and a month without depo shot.

Raye - posted on 11/02/2015

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Your periods can take a while to re-establish, but usually come back by ten weeks after surgery, or once hCG levels have fallen below about 100mIU/mL. If you are breastfeeding, your periods may not come back until you stop breastfeeding.

Before you have a period your body will begin ovulating again, about 14 days before your period starts, so it is important to be aware that it is possible to become pregnant without having a proper period first. If your tube was destroyed, your chances for pregnancy may be reduced, because only one ovary is now capable of releasing an egg (the ovary that is still connected to the womb by the fallopian tube). Your ovaries do not necessarily take it in turns to release an egg. It happens quite randomly. So, you never know which ovary will be the one to develop a mature egg first. If it's the one no longer connected, and the egg is not released, the egg simply is reabsorbed into the body, and you should still have a regular period.

The Depo shot is only good for about 12 weeks, so you must keep getting shots regularly, every 12 weeks. No birth control method guarantees that you can't get pregnant, and 1 out of every 100 women will get pregnant on any given birth control method, even if they use it perfectly.

If you are concerned you may be pregnant, take a home test. If positive, speak to a doctor right away to monitor any risks with your pregnancy.

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