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    Default Ovulation so soon after a chemical pregnancy?

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    I found an internet cheapie in the back of the medicine cupboard and tested and look how strong the positive is! How can it be so strong after a chemical pregnancy?? I only lost baby Unicorn 9 days ago!! I don't know how to feel about this and i am starting to hate my body

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    After my two early miscarriages my cycle went on as usual, so I ovulated 14 days after the bleeding begun.

    Do you know what day you normally ovulate?

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    I found out I was pregnant with dd3 not even 3 weeks after my chem.. they say fertility increases after a m/c.

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    I'm guessing that your HPT's are coming up negative if you're sure the pregnancy was a chemical?
    You could be about to ovulate or it may be a false positive, both are possible (I hope it's the former hun and not the latter).

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    Quote Originally Posted by tazz475 View Post
    I'm guessing that your HPT's are coming up negative if you're sure the pregnancy was a chemical?
    You could be about to ovulate or it may be a false positive, both are possible (I hope it's the former hun and not the latter).
    I used hpts and i had blood tests to monitor its descent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheekychook View Post
    After my two early miscarriages my cycle went on as usual, so I ovulated 14 days after the bleeding begun.

    Do you know what day you normally ovulate?
    Around cd9 - 13. So it's about right but my chem was the first time i ever had an implanted egg.

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    As my dr explained to me, the thing about chems is they happen so early, a lot of women dont even know they are pregnant to start with and their af arrives on time or just tiny bit late, so everything usually carries on as 'normal'. Apparently many women have several chems and never know.

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