Long cycle or no ovulation after chemical?

Discussion in 'Trying To Conceive' started by x Helen x, Nov 18, 2011.

  1. x Helen x

    x Helen x Well-Known Member

    Sep 13, 2011
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    Hi Ladies,

    I'm hoping someone can help me. I haven't been around for a few weeks as I've moved house and not got the internet set up yet (am on my phone now) but I've got to the point where I desperately would like some answers.

    I had a chemical last month, and as such this is my first cycle following the miscarriage. My cycles usually run like clockwork. I was due to ovulate on CD18 but it's now CD21 and I've had no positive OPKs and neither has my chart risen, so obviously have yet to ovulate, if at all. I had some EWCM a few days ago but gone now.

    My question is - should I carry on BDing and taking OPKs or should I just wait for my period to come and then start fresh on a new cycle? I'm not sure whether I am yet to ovulate or if I am going to miss ovulation altogether this month.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks :)
  2. Scout

    Scout Well-Known Member

    Nov 5, 2011
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    I had a m/c (natural) last month and it moved my ovulation from the usual CD 12 for me to CD 16....I'd say keep bd'ing and keep testing...

    sorry about your loss
  3. griffinh

    griffinh Guest

    I might be able to provide help here. I had a chem in March, and then a 70 day cycle anovulatory. Then in July after a 36d cycle I had another chemical and yet another long anouvlatory. then a 36d cycle where i ovulated but didnt get pregnant, and now im ovulating cd15 (very early for me!)

    sometimes miscarriages can throw your body out of whack xx keep bding!
  4. taylorxx

    taylorxx Well-Known Member

    Feb 11, 2011
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    When I had my first chemical back in February, I didn't ovulate until CD48 (I o'd cd12 the month i got my first bfp) & had a 65 day cycle. Keep on BD'ing hun xx

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