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Has anyone TTC DTD before their first period after miscarriage?

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danielasummer Tue 19-Nov-19 16:06:12

Has anyone TTC DTD before their first period after miscarriage?

I miscarried 3 weeks ago and haven't had a period yet.. was told to wait to TTC after AF but I have loads of egg white cervical mucus today and just so tempted to DTD and see what happens! Any stories or advice anyone can share please??

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PastaSauceHoarder Tue 19-Nov-19 16:17:18

I'm sorry about your miscarriage. flowers

I had an induced miscarriage at 12 weeks due to the baby having full Turners Syndrome - three weeks after that I fell pregnant again, no period in between. I really didn't think it would happen for us so quickly but I'm lucky enough to be currently 32+3 weeks pregnant with a healthy little girl.

When we discussed TTC again before the procedure to remove the previous pregnancy, the nurse told us to wait a cycle but the consultant said it was fine to try again ASAP. I personally would just do whatever you feel comfortable doing. smile

Lots of luck to you. 🌹

sarahc336 Tue 19-Nov-19 16:52:57

It'll hear of loads of women on here who get their bfp before their period after a loss so people obviously do try straight away and it does work. Personally I was going to wait until my first period to properly try again, ovulation tests and all but that's purely as I feel I need a little break from my miscarriage but I say if you feel ready in yourself then I don't think there's any harm in it smile

OnionsOnionsOnions Tue 19-Nov-19 17:19:39

Yes I did. I had a early miscarriage (chemical pregnancy) and got pregnant before my period was supposed to be due

danielasummer Tue 19-Nov-19 17:38:37

@PastaSauceHoarder Thank you, I'm so sorry for your loss too. There's a big hole in my heart as I'm sure there is in yours too, but the days get a little brighter at least.

So glad you are pregnant with your little one! Congratulations and good luck for his/her birth. Thank you for your advice x

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danielasummer Tue 19-Nov-19 17:39:58

@sarahc336 hi, I've heard of lots too which makes me think..... go for it! I'm just worried as the doctors have advised against it, but surely if so many have been successful, why shouldn't I?!

I'm so sorry for your loss flowers and thinking of you, good luck for when you TTC x

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danielasummer Tue 19-Nov-19 17:40:36

@OnionsOnionsOnions thank you for replying. So sorry for you loss xx did you go on to have a healthy pregnancy when you conceived before your period was due? If you don't mind me asking x

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hannahs87 Tue 19-Nov-19 17:44:41

I'm
In the same situation. Miscarried last week, I've done a pregnancy test and it's come up negative, all bleeding has stopped now and I've also done an ovulation test today and I'm ovulating so we're going to go for it.

danielasummer Tue 19-Nov-19 17:52:24

@hannahs87 I'm so sorry you had to go through a miscarriage too sending hugs flowers

Good luck to us both - we're going for it tonight too (DH does not know this yet as he isn't yet home from work!) Let me know how you get on x

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OnionsOnionsOnions Tue 19-Nov-19 18:00:55

@danielasummer yes Hun I did! He is a 3 year old now smile so very sorry about your loss. I would follow your heart and if you want to try again, then definitely do. I think they always say wait for AF so they can determine how far gone you are from the last day of your last cycle. X

danielasummer Tue 19-Nov-19 20:34:51

@OnionsOnionsOnions aw I’m so glad! Thank you, it has been the most difficult time but we’re getting through it with hope for a successful pregnancy. I think we’re going to go for it x

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