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    TanyaO92 posted:
    I had a miscarriage on Jan 11 and a d and c on Jan 15. we had intercourse on the 22nd. Now I have moderate pain in my lower abdomen. we had intercourse on the 25 and it was very painful. Is this normal?
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    sing4joy responded:
    Sorry for your loss. i found out at week 12 my baby stopped developning at week 8 on April 8, had it excreted on the 8th. We were told not to have intercourse for 2 months. but we waited until six weeks. to answer your question it is possible you are were still healing from the miscarriage and your body was still adjusting . How o you feel now? Myself feels burning sensations during but not after. I took me close to 6 weeks for my period. All the best to you. Mind you thisis my second miscarriage.


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