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    abnormal bleeding
    An_244419 posted:
    I had a miscarriage on Dec, 4 months ago, and i only bleed about a week. my doctor told me i could spot for a month but i stop after a week, and i never went in for a follow up appointment. then i didnt get my next period until Jan. 18. My doctor told me to wait until after i got my first period till we started trying again in feb. and i didnt get a period in feb. at all. then on march 5 i started lightly spotting, today is march 27 and i am still spotting. it has been all over the place. very light, then very heavy, then i think its about to stop then it starts up again. i have no idea whats going on, but im starting to freak out. until now my periods have been very regular. i dont know if its messed up because of the miscarriage or if its something. else. i know i should go see my doctor again but ive been traveling and havent had a chance... any thoughts would be helpful.

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