Sorry for your loss.
It is quite common for your cycle length to change after any pregnancy no matter how long it lasts. I've been talking to some people i know since i miscarried and they all said that after each pregnancy or miscarriage their cycle changed even if it was an extra day or less a day. The balance of our hormones have changed due to pregnancy and sometimes it just takes a little while for them to sort themselves out. I wouldn't be too concerned.
You shouldn't also worry about not getting pregnant again yet. It is quite normal for people to take up to a year to get pregnant, you and I were both lucky last time that we both got pregnant first month. I keep telling myself that i should't assume the same will happen next time. However i imagine that once i start trying again after first AF that i too will be getting frustrated after a couple of months.
So i guess my advice is, try not to worry what you are experiencing is quite normal. But if your concerned see your doctor.
I just lost my baby and haven't had a period yet so I can't comment on cycle length but to comment on your diabetes. I have been diagnosed with type 2 since July 2005 and that was in my second pregnancy. I have another baby since then so I have had 2 diabetic pregnancies and struggled to control my hba1c through both. This last one was tough too and I am still injecting so when I do pregnant again I don't have to struggle from the start. I haven't had trouble conceiving so there is no reason you should. If you want to talk about it then you can pm me, good luck ttc hun xxx
My hospital won't starve any one without a sliding scale due to the sugars going up when I don't eat. They gave me so much insulin and forgot to put up the glucose so I had a hypo and couldn't eat so it was awful!!
I hope everything goes well for you but it would be great to stay in touch with you coz I don't know anyone else who has diabetes who is in the same situation as me. Being diabetic and pregnant is sooooooo hard for me as my diabetes is so hard to control in pregnancy. Now it is hard as my body isn't seeming to recover and I am still injecting massive doses. Do you have type 1 or 2 and do you inject?
Sorry for your loss and thanks for your kind words.
My 3rd AF following miscarriage came this afternoon, even earlier than previous 2. Was hoping for BFP this month as being TTC ++ on honeymoon last couple of weeks.
I'm trying to stay positive but not quite understanding how I managed to get pregnant in 1st month of TTC and now not happening.
Hubbie keeps telling me to talk to the EPAU staff which I think I will do just to get some answers to my worries.
At times TTC feels like its taking over my life.
your hubbie has some good advice. Thinking about it the EPAU staff told me to call with any questions or concerns i had. I think sometimes even if you know what medical staff are going to say, actually hearing them say it puts your mind at ease. That's what these people are there for, so give them a call. If not why not NHS direct. I found them so helpful when i started bleeding.
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