Just wondered how long you all waited to ttc again after mc.
I had EPRC on the 20th dec, have stopped bleeding (just a slight pink/brown tinge first wipe of the morning-sorry tmi!!)
I feel ready to try again, in fact it is all i can think about!!! i so dont want to miss this fertile patch after mc.
Although we only dtd once when preg, we havent done it for ages, and i am a little scared it may hurt or something????
I know this has been posted 100s of times already. sorry
Thanks Sarah xxx
I m/c on 26 December and based on posts I've read on TTCAL and the M/C forums it looks as if you treat the first day of heavy bleeding as CD1. My bleeding has almost stopped so I'm looking to try asap. More because I'm desperate for nookie than hoping to conceive (but if it happens I'd be thrilled).
I've not done any tests yet, as I don't think I could handle seeing a positive when I know I'm not. I'm back for another u/s on Tuesday and know they will be doing a pregnancy test then just to check everything is clear.
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