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History of miscarriage. Cramps, white discharge, no period. What is going on?

Miscarried at 6 weeks. Bleed for 6 weeks, passing clots, had to go to the hospital every 2 weeks. in the end they had to use an instrument to tug at the inside of my womb, passed sac at the end of the 6 weeks. Bleeding stopped. Started period 1 month after bleeding stopped. Waiting for next period, it has been 5 weeks since the last one started. Having cramps @ white discharge . What may be going on with my body?
Asked On : Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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Hello, Thanks for the query.

Some scientific evidence Suggest that you are a little more fertile for a couple of months after a miscarriage. Since it has been 5 weeks from your last periods, there are chances of you being pregnant again.
Other cause of delayed periods could be follicular ovarian cyst due to hormonal imbalance in the body. No need of any treatment. It will resolve on its own.

Pain abdomen with white discharge may be due to PID(pelvic inflammatory disease) which is one of the complications following Surgical evacuation.
You need to be treated with antibiotics.

hope this helps.
Dr Nilofer
Answered: Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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