Big congrats to you all! Just hoped you might answer a question for me please? I mc at 7 wks on 28th march. If I count this as cd1 I am now cd17. I have usually ovulated day 14-17. But nothing so far. No signs and opk blank.
I am desperate to try again this month before af as doc said its ok. But I am terrified I won't ever ovulate again! It's as stressful waiting for pos opk as waiting for bfp this time.
Just wondered if any of you know when you ovulated in the month after mc? Was it later that normal??
Any help would be great!!
Love and luck to all x x x
I had a miscarriage at 5 1/2 weeks and I ovulated 3 weeks after the day my bleeding started in my miscarriage. I got my period 2 weeks after I ovulated and am now CD7 and waiting to ovulate again so that we can conceive.
I think everyone is different sweetie and it depends on how high your HcG was when you miscarried...Mine never got past 72 so I think that is why I wasn't too far off track.
ignore me! i didn't read the bit where you said you ovulated on day 20! was too blinded by the good news of the BFP! congratulations again
i am also panicking that i will never ovulate again so this has reassured me
Ha ha thank you!! I ovulated on CD20 which was late for me. Not even a hint of a 2nd line on OPK until cd19 when faint one appeared. I was worried sick I would never ovulate again which is why I started this thread. Obviously I did though!!
I had heard that you are super fertile straight after MC so made most of chances and used a softcup with a big blob of preseed every time we dtd!
I didn't ovulate until CD28 after my missed miscarriage at 9 weeks - I have my chart listed in my signature if you want to take a look. it took a couple cycles to get back on track but we caught the first egg we tried for (after 2 normal cycles as recommended by our doctor due to D&C). good luck!!
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