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Can i have a regular period after a DNC treatment ?

hi last month i cant aborted by nature and dnc was advised by dr and i undergo that . my question this month will i get periods as normal 3odays r it will delayay. this month do i have chance of pregnancy again but after 15 -20 days i got white discharge from my vagina. i have stomach pain also now and then kindly advice
Thu, 12 Jan 2012
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hi welcome to may be delay because of hormonal imbalance.but the question of your white discharge it may be infection called PID so you have to drink plenty of fluid plus concern gynec for proper examination.
OBGYN Dr. Rakhi Tayal's  Response
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After D&C you will have your regular periods in time this month for 3-4 days as usual. Mild lower abdomen pain is normal after abortion as uterus tries to reduce to its previous size. It will subside in 15 days.Yes you can get pregnant again if you have unprotected sex.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
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