miscarriage, ovulation, chemical pregnancy, missed abortion, spotting

Q: Is spotting after chemical pregnancy normal?

A: After a miscarriage (and a chemical pregnancy could, to a certain extent, qualify as a miscarriage), it may take some time for your body to return to its regular rhythm.

There is a chance that it may take some time for ovulation to return to normal. During this time, you may have some menstrual irregularities including spotting for the next cycle.

While spotting after a chemical pregnancy is considered a normal part of your body's recovery process, you should let your doctor/midwife know if you have any concerns.

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