How long did it take for your cycles to become regular after previous pregnancy?
Hi lovely ladies
Please could you tell me how long it took for your cycles to become regular after previous pregnancies?
I gave birth to my beautiful daughter in April but sadly she passed away after 22 hours My husband and I have been TTC again for 2 months. I have had 2 periods so far. The second arrived after 26 days. I am now 3 days late for my 3rd cycle. I have had cramping for the past two weeks, lots of cream CM for past week and feeling very sick and tired since yesterday. I don't want to get my hopes up and am too chicken to test. I keep thinking I should wait as AF might just be late. I never usually have any AF symptoms until the day it arrives.
This is such a wonderful and supportive forum. It has given me a lot of hope and I have learned so much and laughed a lot!
I had my second miscarriage at about 17 weeks in February. My periods didn't return to normal -- consistent length -- until the last couple months. I'm now finding that I have low progesterone, which is preventing me from getting pregnant. I think my miscarriage has thrown off my hormone levels.
I hope it doesn't take this long for you. Hang in there!
First I just want to say Sorry to hear about your precious daughter
After I lost Callum my period returned about 4 weeks after and since then they have been present every month!One month I was late by 3 days and one month I was 2 days early!I started ttc 3 months after losing Callum and had been ttc for 2 months and the third month I caught with this baby was the first time I had been using ovulation sticks I used the clear blue ones. So to me I felt they helped although I was most days before I used them! But with the sticks I knew for def I would be ovulating so we would a few times a day and all sorts of hours in the night just to have as much chance as possible.
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