What have your docs told you? With my first IVF I broke the rules and had sex 15 days post transfer. I began spotting the next day. I ended up with 2 sacs and 1 heartbeat. Went on to have a healthy baby.
This time DH is pestering me. Im at 19 days and I don't know if I will hold out until Oct 8th. I've also seen where some doctors say sex is fine after the 2ww and waiting for the 1st heartbeat is not necessary.
I have heard sex cant cause you to M/C. DH and I have not had sex for over 2 months. Driving me crazy, and I still m/c. Had my d&c Friday at 8wks. My RE told me the reason we couldn't have sex during the stim process was due to the ovaries being enlarged. There is a possibility the ovaries can twist with to much "action" if you know what I mean. As for the sex during the TWW period and after, I don't know. My ob told me once, if a m/c is going to happen, sex or anything else was not going to prevent it. But if you find the answer let me know. I'm not bleeding or cramping after the D&C and we are dying to do the NASTY.
I was told to wait until after first ultrasound....My DH is "itching" for a "scratch " too...its been over two months and I just miscarried at 8 1/2 weeks. I had a D&C on Thursday and was told no hanky panky for at least 2 weeks!
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