I miscarried at 15 wks in Sept everything came back fine! I am desperate to fall again but nothing happening! My periods are now a 32 day cycle when is the best time to try & is there anything that will help? Im 40 so not getting any younger!!
Hi! If you were my patient, I would refer you to a reproductive endocrinologist right away. You don't have any time to waste! I'm sorry for your loss--I can truly sympathize, having been through something very similar myself. A 32 day cycle is long-ish but still within normal range. You might want to get ovulation predictors and use them starting on cycle day 11. (Cycle day 1 is the first day of your period). You may need to use them through day 18-19 to see results. The ovulation predictor indicates the Lh surge which happens 24-36 hours before ovulation, so have intercourse when yours is positive. ALSO--for the entire fertile window (day 11 through ovulation) you should have intercourse every day or every other day. Go to a specialist now! Good luck! Dr B
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