How long it takes to get period after abortion?

How long it takes to get period after abortion?

How long it takes to get period after abortion?

slkusractKuriocity

It can take anywhere from the time your normal cycle was to a couple months. There are a lot of hormones in your system and your body has been through a lot, so it needs time to get back to how it used to be before you got pregnant. You should have a follow up appointment with your doctor or clinic, and you shouldn't have sex for at least 6 weeks. Let your body rest and heal.

slkusractKatrina

4-6 weeks

slkusractSummer

I'm not sure but why did you get an abortion? Isn't that kinda mean?

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