Yes, with a D & C procedure some women do face complications and this could be more than 2 weeks after procedure. I will list some common recommendations below -
Things to know about taking care of yourself at home:
- Most women can return to normal activities within a few days, and some feel good enough to return to normal non strenuous activity within 24 hours.
- You may experience some painful cramping initially, but this should not last longer than 24 hours.
- Light cramping and bleeding can be expected from a few days to up to 2 weeks. Ibuprofen is usually suggested for treating cramps.
- You should not insert anything into the vaginal area, including douche and sexual intercourse, for at least 2 weeks or until the bleeding stops. (Your health care provider should give you specific instruction for when intercourse can resume.)
- Tampons should not be used until you start your next regular period, which could be anywhere from 2-6 weeks after the D&C procedure.
- It will be unknown when ovulation will return, so once sexual intercourse is allowed, you should use a method of contraception until your health care provider says it is okay to try to get pregnant again.
The insides ned to heal, and again symptoms wary. I suggest you visit Doctor who conducted D & C