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Ovulation after a miscarriage

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zaalitje Sun 05-Mar-17 19:25:51

I had a miscarriage at almost 8 weeks- though a scan a week before it started baby was measuring a few days behind - started bleeding 10 February, MC confirmed on 13 February.

I've been tracking with opk sticks about 3-4 times a days since 9 days after bleeding started, so 19 February. I had faint lines about a 10 days ago, but opk pack days they have to be dark lines and that faint lines is a neg.

Does anyone know how long I can expect to wait to ovulate? I'm getting worried that it hasn't happened yet, used to have a regular 27 day cycle.

zaalitje Sun 05-Mar-17 21:25:51


GreedyDuck Sun 05-Mar-17 21:35:01

I didn't bother tracking ovulation immediately after mine and just waited for my first period, which was 31 days after my surgery, whereas I usually have a 28 day cycle. Starting tracking again the next cycle and ovulated cd15 as usual.

I think it can take your body a while to settle down after mc. I found having a period again quite comforting, in that everything was back to normal. Good news is that I got a bfp again eight weeks after my mc. Good luck.

Wishiwasmoiradingle2017 Sun 05-Mar-17 21:37:42

I ovulated 2 days later than usual after my mc. And af was day 28 not day 26.
Sorry for your loss. flowers

zaalitje Sun 05-Mar-17 22:09:49

We've jumped back to TTC straight away, I'm 40, this is my second MC and I have a verylow amh so can't afford to lose a month.

GreedyDuck Mon 06-Mar-17 10:49:25

I know that feeling well zaalitje, I'm 43 next week. Good luck.

JCleRoux Mon 06-Mar-17 21:49:57

Sorry for your loss flowers. I had a mc about three weeks ago and waiting for my period before ttc. Have you tried using clearblue ovulation kits?

zaalitje Mon 06-Mar-17 23:30:43

Do you mean clear blue ov sticks?

I use the cheap ov sticks from Amazon, £3 for 20 they're sensitive and much cheaper than CB.

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