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    Hi just wondering people's thoughts on the subject .. I've been ttc since November m/c in late February-March , stared trying again now since April .. I had some pre conception blood work done after the mc and it was ok just wondering since it's now been 6 months should I be looking into seeing someone or is this too soon ?

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    DH and I both had tests at 12 months. My understanding is (unless it's a male factor infertility) they won't see you before 12 months.

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    My answer would change depending on age, whether you have consistently tracked ovulation, if you have previously been diagnosed with anything such as PCO/PCOS that can affect fertility.

    If you have not tracked ovulation I would suggest you start this now. Mostly start temping and you can use OPK's if you do not have PCOS (as it can give false positives). And track them using a fertility tracker. This will help if you go see a dr/FS.

    Generally I would say wait 12 months sometimes longer. Unless you have had multiple m/c's

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    I think the general guidelines is 12 months for under 35's and 6 months for over 35's which sounds pretty reasonable to me

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    as others have said, 12 months generally of unsuccessful ttc if under 35. personally if I was 33/34 and nothing had happened after 6 months, I'd go and talk to a doctor anyway. I'd just bluff and add 6 months to my ttc journey lol. but I'm
    impatient and would rather find out sooner than later if there's an issue that needs to be addressed.

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    Thanks I'm 29 turning 30 I do have regular periods I'm probabaly just being paranoid just thought I was so lucky to fall pregnant in 3 months and then the m/c and now another 3 months have gone by I guess only 2 of those I actively tried so just wondering if there is something more

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rachi321 View Post
    Thanks I'm 29 turning 30 I do have regular periods I'm probabaly just being paranoid just thought I was so lucky to fall pregnant in 3 months and then the m/c and now another 3 months have gone by I guess only 2 of those I actively tried so just wondering if there is something more
    We started trying in nov. Fell pregnant 2nd cycle. Missed miscarriage early feb. Just found out I'm pregnant again after 3 months trying

    I would wait it out a bit longer. The fact that you did fall pregnant should suggest there's not an issue falling pregnant


 

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