I posted a similar question a few days ago.
I had a d&c on Dec 15th-my baby boy died at 14 weeks. I lost a lot of tissue 4 days after the d&c then bled on and off for about 4 weeks. I am pretty sure my period was the last of the bleeding. Anyway, I had a hcg level done on Jan 17th and it was 14. Then on Jan 22nd it was 9. I did an OPK test yesterday(jan 25th) and it was positive-I also have a lot of EWCM. So I am hoping to concieve. I posted this same question on another website and a few of the girls had ovulated with a small amount of hcg(one had around 22 I think ) in their system. I am not sure if they concieved or not. I also could be getting a false positive if I am having an anovulatory cycle, but I am praying this is the real thing. i desperately want to move on.
best of luck to you!
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