Hello, I am Dr Owen, I am a Board Certified Ob/Gyn Medical Doctor and I want to help you.
No, this is fairly normal as your body is still getting use to having a regular cycle.
But I'm not sure if you had your miscarriage totally completed - so hopefully you know you did have a negative pregnancy test soon after the miscarriage.
I didn't have a negative pregnancy test, but I did have a transvaginal u/s that confirmed so.
The pale brownish fluid is more than likely just hormones trying to get your body to normalize again.
okay - GOOD then about the ultrasound
So this is normal?
I don't have any pain, cramping, etc.
so yes this sounds normal
Are you trying to pregnant?
Well since you are trying to get pregnant - I would suggest a few tests.
I would check a thyroid TSH blood test, plus also I would also start on a prenatal vitamins too
I've been taking the prenatals all along.
And, to check for any possible ovarian cysts - I would check an ultrasound too
GOOD about the vitamins
More than likely all is normal - but always a good thing to check
you don't think they would have shown up on the transvaginal ultrasound that was done a month ago?
oh - didn't realize the ultrasound was a month ago - if that was normal - you do NOT need to repeat it
yes. and I had another one about two or three weeks prior to that.
okay - perfect
I would just check your thyroid - as this is common problem among women and can cause miscarriages too and the irregular bleeding - so always a good thing to check and if you have a problem - EASY to treat
I had a full panel of bloodwork done back in early July (when I first found out I was pregnant), and thyroid was one of them. It was normal.
okay - that is perfect then - you do not need to repeat it then.
So , now all you have to do is try to get pregnant again.
I really want to, but am also so scared of a miscarriage happening again.
Well unlikely it will happen again -
YOu just have to try - that is what life is all about - trying.
I wish you well
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