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Aftermath of it all...

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FIRST WANNA THANK ALL THE MOMS WHO HAVE BEEN ANSWERING MY QUESTIONS U ALL HAVE BEEN A TREMENDOUS HELP!! OK SO UPDATE MAJORITY WHO ANSWERED MY PREVIOUS POST WAS RIGHT..I MISCARRIED :( SO KNO IM GOIN THRU THE CRAMPY STAGE (AFTERMATH I GUESS) I GTA GO BACK I GUESS FOR OBSERVATIONS TO SEE IF EVERYTHINGS OK. THESE CRAMPS AREN'T AS KILLER PAIN AS I WAS IN YESTERDAY..MY QUESTIONS IS HOW LONG DO THE CRAMPS LAST BEFORE THE PERIODS BEGIN AGAIN? IDK IF I WILL EVER BE ABLE TO BE PREGNANT AND THAT WORRIES ME..SECOND, HOW LONG SHOULD U WAIT AFTER A MISCARRIAGE AND STUFF BEFORE HAVING SEX? ~CURIOUS

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so sorry to hear that! I had a miscarriage back in april, it was pretty devastating. The cramps/bleeding lasted about 2 weeks for me. I have heard of people lasting longer and shorter. it's all dependant on the person. I got my first period one month after miscarriage. I was not advised to wait at all before having sex, but I was pretty sad and not in the mood right away. Why do you think you will never be able to be pregnant? I am now 12 weeks pregnant got pregnant right after my miscarriage and everything looks good.Good luck, Give yourself time to heal and keep faith!
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