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    An_255334 posted:
    We have been TTC since 9-13 we have a 2 1/2 year old little girl who was not planned and this time around we thought this would be no problem getting pregnant. We'll I was wrong we got pregnant 10-13 the. I had a miscarriage in 11-20-13 . My OB told us to wait at least a month and make sure I have a period . We'll December came and I had little spotting and that was is . She put me on Provera 10 mg for 10 days which I started in Jan. 14 and I still haven't started my period !? Wth went in for a blood test it was negative but now she wants me to go in for a ultrasound bc I am having so cramps for about a week now. Has this happen to anyone else ? Not getting a period after miscarriage and or taking the Provera ?
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