Anxious!!

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Registered: 02-15-2011
Anxious!!
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Sun, 07-31-2011 - 6:03am

Hi Everyone - I had a D&C April 1st when I was almost three months. From that D&C, I had a bad infection and two regular periods.

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Registered: 03-02-2007
In reply to: kkennedy82
Mon, 08-01-2011 - 2:25pm
it's hard to say when or if you O'd ..... have you been taking your temp since CD1? You need to have a clear shift from before to after O to really tell what's going on.
Sometimes, especially after a D&C, it takes your body several cycles to get back to "normal."

GL!
Kelly, mom to 4 year old Lexi, wife to Rob TTC Number 2 since April 2010, with a loss in June 2010 at 4.5 weeks, and a loss in April 2011 at 8 weeks (possibly ectopic). Saw the RE in May 2011, we were moving forward with testing and an IUI when we
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Registered: 06-27-2006
In reply to: kkennedy82
Sun, 07-31-2011 - 10:17am
I'm not great at looking at temps alone off of a graph, but perhaps if you graphed them (you can sign up for Fertility Friend for free and just do their basic program without paying anything). It makes it easier to see temperature shifts. Did you temp chart your whole cycle, or only starting on August 18th of this month? It's hard to see if there was any temperature shift if you only do post-O temps. It's entirely possible that you didn't O this month, if your temps are up and down and all over the place. It's pretty normal to have your body take a few months to get back on track. It IS frustrating, though, when all you want is normalcy and getting back to TTC ASAP. If things continue, you might want to just head back to the doctor to make sure that there isn't any left-over tissue or hormonal imbalances left from your miscarriage (or hormonal shifts that changed post-miscarriage). Especially if you're finding that you are not ovulating. It would be helpful, probably, to the doctor to see charts plotted that show no ovulation (if that is, indeed the case) and then they can figure out how to proceed from there. Most doctors like to see at least 3 consecutive cycles of charts. I hope that you can figure things out! ((((HUGS))))
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