Thanks for the replies. Feels good to talk to someone that shares/understands how I feel. My sweetheart husband, God bless his heart, is that the person to really truly know what I'm going through.
Yes, I met with my midwife and my doctor right after the mc. At the time there wasn't anything they could do (plus there was no reason for alarm) so I was only given a prescription for prenatal vitamins. But no, I haven't since spoken to my dr about the irregular cycles. Part of me wants to believe that my body would eventually normalize itself and that there really isn't anything "wrong" per se.
BabyLovesPrada like you, I do not smoke, drink moderately, exercise and eat well (most of the time...haha). I think I'm going to wait 6-8 months (because 1 yr is too long) past the mc before I make an appointment with the doctor.View Thread
...If we just have sex, the old-fashioned way? I know alot of people seem to believe in tracking ovulation but my question is this: regardless of whether or not a test "says" you're ovulating shouldn't you just have sex anyway. What if the test is wrong anyway?
Am I the only one that has questions about this? Am I missing something?View Thread
Hi, I'm new to all of this (TTC and online support forums) so be kind to me.
A little background: I'm 32 and TTC for the first time. I came off bcp in January, had a period in February, got pregnant in February then miscarried in March.
Since then my period has been irregular. I tracked my ovulation in the beginning but got tired of doing it pretty fast. I figured that as long as we were having sex (mostly every other day) we would be covered. I'm scared that my age is adversely affecting my chances of getting pregnant but my husband thinks that since I was pregnant back in Feb/Mar I have nothing to worry about.
I keep hearing that it could take up to a year but it's driving me crazy. Any comments, advice, suggestions...?View Thread
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