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How long after a miscarriage should you be in pain?

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2005-09-07 21:55:26
2005-09-07 21:55:26

I had a miscarriage at 6 weeks and I was in pain for a couple of days after the fact.However, I did leed for atleast a week or two! It's tough and nobody can understand until they experience it. I wish the best for you!

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