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Greyish discharge, cramping. Had miscarriage. Was put on cytotec. Can it be my periods?

Hello, I miscarried close to 6 weeks ago. I was put on cytotec twice but I still retained products of conception. 4 weeks ago I had a D n C. I bled for a couple of days and then had spotting. 10 days ago I started having cramps again and having spotting accompanied by greyish discharge. i dont spot all night and then in the day I begin cramping and having that grey like discharge with light blood when I wipe.

I called my gyno and he said it can be my period. Is this possible? Should I be worried?
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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hi.. you have undergone medical termination of pregnancy.. after that you have irregular discharge and bleeding.. it is common to have such complaints after miscarriage.. you should take one course of antibiotic and tetanus toxiod injection after the procedure is done.. your periods will be regularised within 2 months.. see your gynaecologist if it doesnot... all the best..
Answered: Fri, 21 Jun 2013
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