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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Bleeding Following Pregnancy Loss Prior to Six Weeks Gestation.

Plot of each woman’s bleed length (days) for the bleed period following her early pregnancy loss (mean value used for the two women with two losses each) versus her mean bleed length (days) for her bleed periods following cycles with no detected conception (N = 36 women). Dashed line is line of equality.

J. H. E. Promislow, et al. Hum Reprod. ;22(3):853-857.
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Figure 3. From: Bleeding Following Pregnancy Loss Prior to Six Weeks Gestation.

Plot of the within-woman difference in total number of pads plus tampons used during bleed period (total number used for bleed following early pregnancy loss minus mean of totals for bleeds following cycles with no detected conception) versus the maximum hCG value (shown on a log scale) obtained for the pregnancy that was lost (N = 36 women). Spearman correlation coefficient = 0.37 (P-value = 0.02).

J. H. E. Promislow, et al. Hum Reprod. ;22(3):853-857.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Bleeding Following Pregnancy Loss Prior to Six Weeks Gestation.

Mean daily pad plus tampon use total by day of bleed period for 36 women for bleeds following their early pregnancy losses (solid line) versus their cycles with no detected conception (dashed line). Mean daily pad plus tampon totals are the across women means of each woman’s mean values. Every menses contributes data for all 12 days (zero values after bleeding ends).

J. H. E. Promislow, et al. Hum Reprod. ;22(3):853-857.

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