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If you had a miscarriage two months ago is it normal that you're still bleeding if you didn't have a D and C?

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2011-09-12 21:54:15
2011-09-12 21:54:15

No it isn't normal to continue bleeding two months after a miscarriage. Do a pregnancy test to find out if your still pregnant. HCG will be gone from your urine now and the test will be negative if your not pregnant.

Also contact your doctor about the bleeding. You may have part of the fetus left inside of you which is causing the bleeding.

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because it is normal to and if you didnt you would be a man/ be genderless



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