Is there anything to get them down after a miscarriage? Is there anything I do that could make them stay up instead of lowering?
They will go down naturally on their own. How long depends on how far you were. I've had a few miscarraiges, my second trimester miscarraiges took a bit longer, the early ones (about 6-8 weeks pregnant) only took about a week to get back to normal levels.
What do you mean stay up?
It's a natural process your body handles so there is nothing you can do.
<blockquote><b>Quoting Onalee's Mummy:</b>" They will go down naturally on their own. How long depends on how far you were. I've had a few miscarraiges, ... [snip!] ... miscarraiges took a bit longer, the early ones (about 6-8 weeks pregnant) only took about a week to get back to normal levels."</blockquote>
I was 12 weeks when I found out the baby quit growing at 9 weeks.
And I wasn't sure if there was anything to avoid doing so they didn't stay up or how it all worked.
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