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No bleeding after D&C, spotting after few days, on antibiotics, have headaches, dizzy spells and nausea. Normal?

Hi I had a D&C 2 weeks ago - had no bleeding at all after the procedure which I was told was normal. Then 6 days ago had some brown bleeding which then stopped after a few hours. Then 2 days later the same. And again 2 days later. I went to my local doc and am on antibiotics . But I generally feel quite rubbish, headaches , dizzy spells and some nausea . Is this all normal? I guess my main worry is that some material has been left behind and could be the cause of me feeling like this. I have had negative preg tests.. Thanks for your help
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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Hi..Pollyoswald..., during the procedure of D&C, The will use dilator to dilate cervix, suction to suck the waste material, and curette to scrape the endometrium, thr is less chance of any materials leaving behind, but consult your gynecologist and scanned again so that you will feel comfort..

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