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    had period but no tissue discharge
    clarembouxc posted:
    about a month or so ago i had a d &c after a miscarriage and just had a period again. It lasted 5 days and was relatively normal. There was no lining and i don't know if that is normal or if its something that i should see a doctor about. Someone please let me know and any advice would be helpful.
    editor_morgan responded:
    Hi clarembouxc,
    I'm so sorry to hear of your recent miscarriage. My thoughts are with you during this time ((hugs)).
    I would call your doctor and ask if that is normal. It is a possibility that you had tissue discharge but you were unable to see it because of your period. Regardless, give a quick call to your doctor to make sure!
    In the meantime, here are some links to information on WebMD that might be able to help.
    Miscarriage - Home Treatment
    Miscarriage - Topic Overview
    D and C (Dilation and Curettage)
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