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Im not sure how to do this?! im new here. and i wanted to ask any one who has any good advice/information??!! i found out april 1st 2010 that i was having a miscarriage. my periods went back to normal in may right after it ended and my hcg level was back to zero.  ive always had a 6 in a half days' period. before the miscarriage and like i said right after, in may. so this month it started august 5th and it ended august 7th that was for 3 days?! and then it got really pink the next day in a half and stopped?! My boyfriend and I are trying to have a child. I didnt even think that i could get pregnant, until i did, so it was unexpected and now we are TTC and  iam not sure what to do?! i have taken several tests in the past couple of months, and they all came back negative?! I have my ovulation calender written down in my notebook, and iam taking prenatal vitamins, folid acid AND vitamin C. can any one tell me if it is possible that i could be pregnant?! because of my short 3 day period?! or just any advice at all?! p.s iam healthy, the drs said my blood count is good, my uterus and all my other lady goodies are working just fine. thanks :)
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Its possible. I know not everyone gets an implation bleed but when i first fell pregnant with my daughter i had a three day bleed around the time i was due on..
Maybe your HCG levels are to low for the test to pick them up... maybe worth talking to your doctor to see what he/she thinks?
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Hey, im sorry about you're miscarriage. I had one back in december, so i know how u feel. Although you may of had a routine period before, doesnt mean you will since you're miscarriage. My periods were different for about 5months after my miscarriage. They've only been bk to what i call normal for the last 4 months. So the irregular bleeding could be from the miscarriage. It should sort itself out soon! So are you saying you're last period was in august? And you've not had one this month.? So that would mean you're last for your period? You can take a HPT test now, its should be accurate! I say go buy a test, then go from there. It can take a while to become pregnant. Im still trying 9 months later after my miscarriage! So its just a matter of time really. Currently in the TWW (two week wait, which is the two weeks after ovulation)

Do you know when the best time to try is...?

Here is some information -

You can look out for some physical signs that will help you tell when you're ovulating (release an egg).
Signs of ovulation

A reliable sign is an increase in vaginal discharge, which changes from white, creamy or non-existent to clear, stretchy and slippery when you ovulate.

You may also notice other signs, such as:

    * breast tenderness,
    * bloating,
    * mild abdominal pain,
    * slightly increased body temperature, and
    * increased sex drive.

What is ovulation?

Ovulation is when an egg is released from a woman's ovaries.

For most women, the menstrual cycle lasts about 28 days. Ovulation usually happens 10 to 16 days before the start of your next period.

When you're ovulating, you're at your most fertile. So if you're trying for a baby, it's the best time of the month to have sex.
Ovulation prediction kits

You can buy ovulation prediction kits over the counter (OTC). These kits test the hormone levels in your urine to find out when you're at your most fertile.

Hope this helps!! P.s, im sure you'll be pregnant soon!! :)
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