I just had a dnc on May 5th. Had sex four days after. Should I be worried. Had a little pressure there. Is it really common. Emotions run high after losing a precious little angel. Also how long after dnc does it take to ovulate.
Most Drs recommend nothing in the vagina for two weeks being there is a risk for getting an infection, but i do hear of women having sex days after they had a m/c. (i waited 2months) Each woman is different in when they will ovulate bcuz you dont no when your cycle will start, the time frame from your cycle is anywhere between 4-8 weeks normally, some women can take longer. So you will ovulate roughly 2 weeks b4 your cycle start. Only thing i can say is use ovulation kits if your trying to get preggo again.
Thanks for your insight to my questions. I never really thought about using the ovulation kit, but I just may this time. Definitely trying to concieve (conceive) again soon. I miscarried last year after two months, and also this past week I went in to have a u/s and there was no fetal heart beat so my doctor ordered a DnC. Definitely ready to be a mom after all this. It really begins to take a toll emotionally. Thanks for your answer once again.
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