Hello, I was just curious about some things as this is the first time my husband and I have tried to get pregnant. On 11/16 we found out that I was pregnant only to begin miscarrying on 11/18. My hcg levels reached zero by 11/22 due to the fact that it was such an early pregnancy. It was a very hard time but convinced us that we wanted a baby now more than anything (we weren't trying when the pregnancy occurred). I assumed that I would ovulate around 12/7 but am now convinced that I am ovulating today. Starting Sunday 12/12 I had some egg-white clear discharge along with the pain in my lower right abdomen and tender breasts. Is it normal to have pain on the same side more than one month in a row? Also why am I ovulating 3 weeks after I reached zero, and not 2? Was my body just getting back to normal and took some time? My miscarriage was like a normal period, just a bit more painful and of course more emotional. My doctor gave us the okay to begin trying immediately. We have done what we needed to every other day. The ovulation symptoms have lasted 3 days now, is that normal? When should my expected period be? Thanks for any help, I know there are a lot of questions!
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