I am new to this forum, but have seen many useful posts so I thought I would pluck up the courage and post one of my own.
I had a miscarriage on the 25th January, and I should have been approx 9 weeks pregnant.
I was advised by the doctor to wait until my cycle had resumed before trying again. However on a recent trip away we had unprotected sex.
Approximately 8 days after I had some light spotting which only lasted a day ( Im not sure if this is implanation bleeding) . I did a pregnancy test this morning, which shows to red lines although one is very very faint. I havent had a period since the m/c - before my cycle was every 4 weeks like clockwork. I dont want to get my hopes up yet so intend to do some more tests to confirm.
I just wanted to know if anyone else had got pregnant straight after a m/c and if there are any risks assoicated with it. There seems to be a lot of conflicting advise on the internet so I would like advise from people with real life experiences.
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