I was wondering if anybody would like to join me for the TWW after a Loss. There isn't a section for it here on the forum and last month I felt a bit out of it on the regular TWW part of the forum so I thought I'd start my own here in this section.
I'm CD17 I think (ovulation date is a bit dubious...FF is saying that it was CD14 so I will trust it for now).
No symptoms to report as of now...I got some ovulation pains but too weak to report and didn't last long...both in R and L on CD16.
How's everyone else doing? Symptoms?...what CD are you on? Hope we can end this thread with lots of BFPS!
Hi grandbleu, I'd be glad to join you! Had my MC on 12th Nov which I guess then counts as CD1?
That makes me CD20 today & I think I O'd last Thurs/Fri (although had EWCM from CD8 onwards so who knows!). If my O pains were actually O pains, then I am 4 or 5 dpo now & have nothing by way of symptoms to report.
Can't imagine we'd be lucky enough to get a BFP again so soon after MC, so not holding out any great hopes for this month.
13 days seems to stretch a fair bit huh? Well, I'm quite tired today - seriously didn't want to get out of bed this morning. That said, it is bloody freezing here in London, and OH is an excellent hot water bottle, so that might have more to do with it!
Am waiting for itchy nipples. That was my big "oooh-er" moment with my Doodle.
Bluey - So sorry for your recent loss. There are ladies that have had successful pregnancies between a miscarriage and first cycle so there is definitely hope. Are you temping this cycle at all?
No symptoms are good IMO - I had none at all the first time I got pregnant just a very big gut feeling.
Thanks, grandbleu. Not temping. Had more than enough of that when TTC Thomas (took us 18 months & got my BFP the same day as our appointment with FS & OH's sperm analysis results came through!)
My recent pregnancy was very much a result of "relax & it'll happen". We were using my CBFM for a few months once my cycle came back after BF Thomas to establish when (or if) I was O'ing & avoiding BD on those days. Then in October we decided to "let nature take it's course". I had what I though was my period on 30th Oct - turns out it was implantation bleeding - and when I started bleeding again on 12th Nov I finally paid attention to all the weird symptoms I'd had over the preceding 2 weeks (full boobs, waking in the night with heartburn etc). Sadly though, by the time I had my BFP I was already miscarrying.
I'd intended to continue along the NTNP / what will be will be path, but the very fact of falling pregnant & then losing the little bean has thrown me into TTC obsession again!
Criosaidh - Glad to have you join the TWW after Loss - especially since we are cycling the same - YIKES - I've been looking at the news for the UK and it looks absolutely FREEZING there...I'm in the South of France and it gets chilly here but nothing like up there. Keep warm with your OH
Bluey - I agree with you...I'm keeping track right now to make sure I'm ovulating again after my miscarriage but after about 3 months I'll probably give up again after I see a pattern forming. The time I got pregnant we were NTNP and it worked...no funky tricks or timing and it worked! GOOD LUCK
Hi ladies! I think I'm 3dpo now, or that's what the opks are telling me! Have no idea really tho because of our recent loss.
I'm terrified of a bfp this month but also so nervous!! Criosaidh, it is freezing here in London and to add to that my husband has gone to malaysia for a week for his grandmothers funeral, so I have Cormack to keep me warm, he's not much good at night tho so it's me and my hot water bottle!!
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