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1811308 tn?1357250178

M/c 4 weeks ago.. Help with ovulation tests?

Hi all its 4 weeks since i miscarried at 8 weeks.Me and my partner have been trying to conceive i thought my period would of come by now but had no signs so i got a ovulation kit and yesterday there was no line on the test part however today there has been a faint line. Could this mean i'm about to ovulate, Before my m/c i was regular every month.
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1752977 tn?1418221796
It can take up to 8 weeks to get your period again. I just got my period on Sep 22 from a miscarriage on Aug 12. Also, a faint line on an ovulation test is considered still a negative. A positive is when the line is just as dark or darker then the control line.
1811308 tn?1357250178
Ok thanks. I'm not liking the whole waiting game as I've always been regular from age of 12. With the being no line yesterday but was today does that mean I'm going to ovulate soon by any chance do you know? Thanks for getting back to me :) xx
Avatar universal
Hi something interesting for you to note,, 2 of my closest friends have miscarried & both fallen pregnant straight away again! very common apparently so dont wait just get back into baby dancing cause they both have beautiful bubs out of sadness xoxox best of luck
1811308 tn?1357250178
Thanks Louisa.. I've read a lot of people have got pregnant quite rapidly, I wish it would happen to me. Done a test however and says negative up to now but I no it will happen when the timing is right so that's ok :).. Thanks again for getting back to me it means so much xx
Avatar universal
My husband and I are currently using those tests, and we had the faint red line and the dark line. I thought I was ok to have sex. We had gone to the doctor. And she said that not all of those tests are accurate and that any line means there's a possibility.
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