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    Default Chemical Pregnancy anyone?

    Just wondering for those who have had chemical pregnancies, were you able to conceive a sticky bub afterwards, or did you have repeat chemical pregnancies?

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    I had a Chemical pregnancy in October. Fell pregnant again in November and am currently 8 weeks 3 days and everything is going perfectly


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    We went through iVF. I had a chemical pregnancy one cycle, the next cycle failed and then on the next cycle fell pregnant with twins. My FS was very optimistic that a chemical pregnancy indicated that at least it indicated that my body was capable of implanting, it was just a matter of finding the right embryo. Thankfully it didn't take too long to find the right embryo! Good luck, I hope yours isn't too far away also.

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    MybabyBells - I had a chemical in September 09 then fell pregnant the following February but sadly had a M/C. Those were natural pregnancies on clomid.

    We didn't get our sticky until the August and that was through IVF. We have fragmentation issues which may explain the chemical. But I'll never know.

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    Thanks everyone, all sounds very reassuring.
    I've just had a chemical preg, conceived on clomid. Will try again next month!

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    I had a chemical pregnancy in September, started trying again in April but took until October to get timing right and fall pregnant (hubby working while I was ovulating).

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    Hi MyBabyBells,

    My DP & I are in the same boat... I had a chemical pregnancy in December, we're having a month off while our FS is away in Jan but fingers crossed for BFP's for us both 2nd time around!

    Good luck!

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    I had a chem pregnancy that MC on June 11th 2010' at 5.5 weeks, conceived again on 25th June 2010, my DS is now a happy, healthy and cheeky nearly 10mth old. I never had a period in-between other than the loss.

    So sorry for your loss and fingers crossed you get a sticky one

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    Thanks for the stories that have given me hope. I had a CP/mc at 5 weeks this month and am unsure of whether to TTC again.

    ((HUGS)) to anyone who has had to experience a CP or m/c.

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    I had my first CP in Sept 2010, then had 2 annovulatory cycles, then had another CP in November 2010 (so straight after more or less).
    Then nothing for nearly a year and another CP in October 2011.
    Nothing since, no bfp, no baby.

    Sorry, that's not very uplifting is it!


 

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