I was warned that it might be different than in the past: lighter, heavier, longer, shorter, etc... But I'm having really bad cramps, far more severe than any menstrual cramps I've had in the past, and reminiscent of the cramps I had during the actual miscarriage (not at the height of the pain, but in the few days following the passing of the baby). Anyone else experience this? Does it get better with future periods, and do things ever go back to "normal" (or at least close to it)??
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