No, you can't be on your period and have a miscarriage at the same time. Menstruation only occurs when you do not fall pregnant, whereas miscarriage is a result of a pregnancy failing.
It does vary, after my miscarriage my next period was very heavy & painful, almost like having another miscarriage. It does get better with time. best wishes
I would wait for a normal period to come after miscarriage bleeding you can add 14 days to the first day of the period this is the time most women ovulate.
The period can be late without you having a miscarriage. It happens from now and then. If you had a miscarriage the test will show positive for a little while longer since it takes time for the hormones to settle.
Some women while pregnant have cramps around the time their period would come at 8 and 12 weeks. This does not mean you are having a miscarriage.
Normal bleed after a miscarriage is 1-2 weeks so it's not your period. You get your period back sometimes within 8 weeks from the miscarriage.
possibly, if it occurred around the time your period was due you might think you've had a heavy period.
Sure. An early miscarriage can be mistaken for a bad period.
you had a miscarriage
If you have a confirmed pregnancy & was bleeding clots then this can indicate a miscarriage but you need to see your Docctor to confirm this with him. However if you was not pregnant but experienced clots during your period for the first time, then this is not caused by a miscarriage. Clots during a period is perfectly normal & may occur every period or only once a year. Its different in each Woman.
If you're not pregnant, then no. It is not a miscarriage. Your period is just screwing up.
It should come back within 2 months from the miscarriage.