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How long is the pregnancy hormone in your system after having a miscarriage?

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2015-07-16 18:24:42
2015-07-16 18:24:42

the hormone can stay in your system for up to 8 weeks. this can make a PT show up positive.

Speaking from my own experiences. I had two miscarriages. Your hormones should return to normal within a week or 2. My hormones returned to normal within a week.

Occasionally the baby dies a while before the miscarriage and the hormones will have almost disappeared by the time you actually miscarry. It all depends on the reason for the miscarriage and most of the time no-one knows the reason.

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