Hi Kim - I'm so sorry for your loss - I know that it is possible to O right after a m/c as I've had many friends who got pg right after and actually sit right by a woman who this very thing happened to with a chemical. Each women's body is different so it is possible for some so not to give you false hope, but it has happened! GL to you and hope we have the chance to get to know you!
Hi Kim - Condolences for your recent loss, and welcome to the boards. Yes, it is possible to ovulate 2 weeks afterwards, but as Ann said, we're all different. Some of us will, some won't, and I'm not aware of any statistics on the likelihood of ovulation right after a m/c. I have my fingers crossed for you that you did O and that you're on your way to catching an egg.
On becoming more fertile after a m/c, I've never heard that one . . . I have heard the claim that women are more fertile after a D&C. My own thinking on that is that it's a myth. That said, some myths--like stereotypes--exist and persist because there is a kernel of truth to them. A D&C *could* make a woman more fertile, for instance, if she had polyps or something else in her lining that was preventing successful implantation and those polyps were scraped away during the D&C. Other than that, I think the majority of women on these boards can attest to having miscarriages and D&Cs and still struggling for quite some time to conceive again.
Yes, it is completely possible to ovulate and get pregnant again immediately - although a lot of medical professionals dont recommend this, just because it makes it difficult to date a future pregnancy.
However, your body might not have totally adjusted to the sudden change in hormones from your last cycle. Keep in mind that you might ovulate a little later than normal, and that your cycle could be longer or shorter than it usually is. Im not sure if you have been charting or temping, but keeping track of your fertile signs, like CP and CM, is a great way to learn the best time of the month to conceive. I wish you all the best as you begin to TTC again.
Please let us know if you have any further questions - we are all here to help each other!