So sorry for your loss. I had a mmc at 11 weeks (baby was 9 weeks). I just had AF two weeks ago - 4 weeks after my d&c. I"m going to wait till this cycle is over until I try again. Main reason is that I have long cycles due to pcos - I'm on CD22 today and no ovulation yet! I think I'll have to go on Clomid again in order to conceive, which I plan to start when I get my next AF, God willing.
Sorry for your loss. We lost ours last year at 8 weeks, baby was at 5.5 weeks. We started trying again the very next cycle and it took us a year to get pregnant again. Whatever feels right for you is what you should do if you are ready go for it!
I'm so sorry for your loss hunny. I had an MMC at 10.5weeks (baby was 10 weeks) and waited until first AF and we tried again. I had my ERPC on 11th November, and got my BFP on 24th December. Good luck sweety
i lost my angel baby boy at 19 weeks and unfortunately had ton have a Dnad C after retained placenta was left but i waited till my 1st af then tried again
im now 20 weeks pregnant and just praying all is ok this time
so far so good xxxx
Hi there, so sorry for your loss. I lost my twin boys at 20 wks and just had my follow-up yesterday. The consultant thought it was due to IC which allowed strep B to track in and break the membranes. He thought it was just because of twin pregnancy but would keep a close eye on me in any future pregnancies. Anyway, my point was going to be that he has tiold me that there is no medical evidence regarding waiting to conceive again and after a loss at 20wks then 2 months out from delivery should be plenty of time for recovery before trying again. He said longer than this would only be for emotional reasons. Hope that helps xxx
I had my 7w+1 mmc in February and waited a few AF cycles before trying again. I wanted to be convinced that my body knew how to go back to normal. (Was my 1st pregnancy and wasn't sure how this messed up body of mine would work...)
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