So as you all probly know , I had a early natural miscarriage at 5 weeks 2 weeks ago , I usually get a twinge in my lower stomach and I know ivv ovulated and get sore nipples , (no sore boobs) . But this time I am wondering if I didn't ovulate ? My nipples hurt for 2 days around my usual dates cd17 starting from mc bleed , and now no pms symptoms , small pain on the outside of my boobs near armpits ? So confused anyone help ?
We can be ttc(amc) buddies :D , mee too feeli like I need to be pregnant agin to feel whole again :( , so confused as some people ovulate late , I don't temp or anything s just the old symptoms I go by , :) sorry for your loss
About two weeks after my first miscarriage I experienced headaches and fatigue. I had a feeling I was ovulating (never really had these symptoms before pre-pregnancy). The second month after my miscarriage, two weeks after my period I had headaches again..mild that lasted about 4 days. My husband and I ttc during that time period and got pregnant right away.
Unfortunately, though, I'm going through a second miscarriage =( My hubby and I will wait a few months before we start trying again (even though the doctor said we can start ttc anytime). I just need some time to heal emotionally and give my body a break.
Hi everyone, I have just had a miscarriage last week and after extensive discussions with my OB he recommended waiting until I have had at least 1 normal period after MC to start TTC again. The risk of suffering another MC straight after is 98% higher than if you wait for your cycle to return to normal. So, this is what we will be doing because I never want to go through this again. Good luck to all of you I'm sorry we have to feel this pain x
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