hi, i posted this in the ttc thread but think i might get more answers here, i am just wondering if anyone got their bfp before their next af after having an early miscarriage, it only took me one cycle off the bc pill to get pregnant but sadly that ended in miscariage at 4-5 weeks. I think i o'd today and BD yesterday and the day before so am hoping i get a sticky bfp this month
Sorry for your loss. I waited one AF after my MMC at 10 weeks because I had medical intervention. But then after first AF I Ov'd very early and now am 5ish weeks pregnant. Still very early days, but fingers crossed.
wow congrats to all your bfp's after miscarriages! it gives me hope that i wont see the for 9 months. I have also heard that you are extra fertile after a miscarriage too, is it something to do with having extra hormones in your body? not entirely sure but i should know in 2 weeks from now.
I am hoping i ovulated today, i am cd17 if i count the first day of the bleed as cd1. My ov days since ttc have been cd 15, cd 18
(got preg and miscarried) and possibly cd17(this cycle)
I generally have a 14/15 day LP
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