I recently had a miscarriage. Currently I am in week 4 of bleeding from it. I am still passing very small pieces of tissue with the bleeding. I never really bled heavily. I was told by my doctor to wait to try to get pregnant till after I had my first good Cycle. So my question is, has anyone taken Clomid that quickly after a miscarriage? If so, did you get pregnant the first time with it and what are the chances of another miscarriage? I am 41, this would have been my first and only child.
I also had a recent miscarriage which was my first pregnancy. I then had a D&C. My Dr. followed my levels to zero, which took about two weeks and now i've been given the green light to start trying again with my next period. We will again be using Clomid. My Dr's feeling was that it was a successful strategy the first time. Question... have you been offered a D&C?
I just had a miscarriage at 18 weeks. I conceived the baby with clomid. I delivered the baby vaginally on February 1st. I want to start trying to have another baby immediately and I am wanting to use clomid. Will using the clomid with my very next period be too soon because this will be my very first period after the miscarriage.
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