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    J - been thinking of u, hope u r doing ok xx

    Maybee - so sorry about your miscarriage. We had 2 on the way to Caleb, it has difficult. Hope your take home baby is just around the corner

    Rainbow - good luck with Majas cycle. Have to be honest, I'm so relieved I am off the IVF bandwagon. I don't envy u at all, fingers crossed things happen for u

    Smurfy - is sienna still in a cot? DD was the same at 18 months then figured out how to make herself vomit on cute.. Not fun. Ended up having to take the side off her cot so she was in a toddler bed. Is that an option for Sienna?

    We are doing well. Caleb is now 16 months and walks everywhere. No speech yet. (Well.. 2 words). He seems to be continuously sick, doesn't eat well and snores a lot so looks like he may have tonsils / adenoids issues. Getting a referral to an ENT. Will wait and see what they say

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    Maybee, we fly to Sydney tomorrow and the cruise leaves on Thursday.
    Sienna's sleeping has improved. She's now only taking around 30 mins to get to sleep and no bottle. Sometimes she'll only wake once in the night, sometimes more. But it has been a bit warm and I'm never sure what to fresher in for bed, so she could be too hot or too cold.

    I hope the dr gives you the ok to start trying whenever you're ready.

    Waiting, Sienna's still in her cot. She rolls around so much at night, I think she'd fall out if we took the side off.

    I hope Caleb improves soon and starts eating more

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    Maybee;
    Did you have a heavy bleed at the time of your miscarriage?
    Were your periods regular before this recent pregnancy?
    If they were, then your period should return quite quickly. With a straightforward failed early pregnancy (ie. not an ectopic), bhCG levels actually fall back to zero within 7-10 days. And then, your period will generally return within 4-6 weeks. So, 2 weeks after your body ovulates again.

    Once your period returns, you can try again immediately. In fact, you don't even need to wait until your period; however it will be more difficult to work out where you are in your cycle, and you will need to use signs such as cervical mucus and OPKs, etc.
    The body is self-regulating in the sense that it will not "get pregnant" until it is physiologically-ready anyway. So there are no time constraints on when you should try again. And, there is no reason why you should miscarry again, given you have had one successful pregnancy already.

    So that's the clinical side of it. My personal advice, as your friend, would be to try again when you feel up to it. After my miscarriages, I launched back into TTC immediately...but that was my way of coping. (And hubby had no choice!!).

    J xx.

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    AFM;
    I have a couple of mouth ulcers at present, which is not uncommon when one is having chemotherapy. Other than a sore mouth, I feel OK...just really tired. Next lot of chemotherapy is next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Maybee;
    Did you have a heavy bleed at the time of your miscarriage?
    Were your periods regular before this recent pregnancy?
    If they were, then your period should return quite quickly. With a straightforward failed early pregnancy (ie. not an ectopic), bhCG levels actually fall back to zero within 7-10 days. And then, your period will generally return within 4-6 weeks. So, 2 weeks after your body ovulates again.

    Once your period returns, you can try again immediately. In fact, you don't even need to wait until your period; however it will be more difficult to work out where you are in your cycle, and you will need to use signs such as cervical mucus and OPKs, etc.
    The body is self-regulating in the sense that it will not "get pregnant" until it is physiologically-ready anyway. So there are no time constraints on when you should try again. And, there is no reason why you should miscarry again, given you have had one successful pregnancy already.

    So that's the clinical side of it. My personal advice, as your friend, would be to try again when you feel up to it. After my miscarriages, I launched back into TTC immediately...but that was my way of coping. (And hubby had no choice!!).

    J xx.

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    Thanks J.
    Yes I had a heavy bleed, I passed the sac at home and almost certain the placenta at the hospital and had a curette to remove anything left. My periods were pretty regular between 31-34 days. I was advised to take precautions until after my period as I could fall pregnant straight away. I have a feeling I might be ovulating due to cervical mucus and position. Naturally I'm anxious it could happen again but I'm also holding onto the hope that it might not either. Trying to be positive. I'll at least wait and see what happens when my period does return and maybe give it a couple of months. I don't want to leave it too long as I'm not getting any younger either.

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    Smurfy that's great that Sienna's sleeping has improved already. Great job. Have a fun time on the cruise.

    J that's no good about the ulcers. I'm pleased you are feeling relatively ok. Rest up and I appreciate the advice xx

    Waiting - thank you. I didn't recall that you had suffered two miscarriages. They are bloody horrible. I am so happy you now have Caleb and it gives me hope. Sorry to hear he always seems to be unwell, I know a few kids who've had tonsil/adenoid issues. Good luck with the ENT.

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    Just want to say I'm loving the sudden burst of chatter on the thread! So lovely that we come back together like this now and then to reconnect and catch up. Xoxo

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    Hello ladies!

    Still here reading along and posting too!

    How are things going @JessiW? How are you settling in at home with Chelsea? It takes awhile to adjust to being a mummy and for the first few months a human milk machine! Hope she's growing well and you're healing up nicely.

    MissX- your Chelsea is so adorable! She's got such a cheeky look about her!

    Lil smurfy - I'm glad Sienna is sleeping better well done for sticking to it and hopefully she sleeps well on the cruise - the rocking boat should help. enjoy your holiday!!

    Maybee - I hope you are doing okay. When you are ready to start trying again I hope you get your sticky bubba and he/she is perfect just like Ava! I haven't had a miss carriage before but I know they wouldn't be easy to deal wort and I understand the apprehension, hopefully you never have to go through one again.

    J- sorry to hear about the mouth ulcers. My mil had the same when she had chemo, the thing that bothered her the most was the peeling sore hands and feet I hope you're doing okay and we are all thinking of you xx

    rainbow - how's things going with DP and this cycle? Keep us updated! Is she including you more?

    Hello to all the other ladies!and sorry to those I've missed

    afm, Aurora is 14 months old today! My sweet little girl is cutting her second tooth. Not that you could tell she doesn't show any signs she's teething!! Little trooper
    shes going really well learning new words she now knows 'mum mum' 'dad dad' 'bubba' (for her sister) 'yeah' 'up' 'cat' and 'hello' she's a little chatterbox! She's been walking since 10 months and now I'm trying to get her to wear shoes... She's not a fan! She's finally in mostly 00 some 000, going to get her weighed next week
    Autumn is 5 weeks, she's growing well she's nearly out of 0000!!! Aurora was in 0000 for 8 months!!! Autumn is a chubba booby monster! She's now sleeping in 3.5-4 hour blocks most nights. We have a chiro appt on Friday to try and help with some adjustments. 6 week needles next week and hopefully a chiro appt for me as my back is so sore.


 

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