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    hi gabriella,
    just wondering if you could help me figure my body out.
    i think im irregular (6 weekly) i had a d and c june 12th, been TTC since day 10 post op. i had about 12 days of mucus and ovarie cramping also, then the last 9 days very little mucus, but tender heavier breasts, a little nauseousness on and off last few days (but now have the flu so could explain) after d and c, my breats completely went back down to normal size, now dark blue vien in them is back and they are heavier. been testing for preg since mon- all Neg, any ideas. also ive heard your body produces progesterone in last part of cycle to start AF, could this enhance prior preg symptoms again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by keevs View Post
    hi gabriella,
    just wondering if you could help me figure my body out.
    i think im irregular (6 weekly) i had a d and c june 12th, been TTC since day 10 post op. i had about 12 days of mucus and ovarie cramping also, then the last 9 days very little mucus, but tender heavier breasts, a little nauseousness on and off last few days (but now have the flu so could explain) after d and c, my breats completely went back down to normal size, now dark blue vien in them is back and they are heavier. been testing for preg since mon- all Neg, any ideas. also ive heard your body produces progesterone in last part of cycle to start AF, could this enhance prior preg symptoms again?


    Hi there Keevs,

    Thank you for your message. It certainly sounds like your body has gone through a lot in recent times and you need to take some care and nurture yourself.

    The most plausible explanation for what’s happening is that after the D&C your body and hormonal levels simply haven’t yet normalised and gotten back to pre-pregnancy levels.

    To rectify this situation is of vital importance to ensure you are as healthy and as fertile as possible prior to a conception attempt. This means a healthier egg, pregnancy and of course baby!

    After a miscarriage what a lot of women under estimate is the body’s need for healing and recovery. The uterus needs to get back to its original state and nutrient levels also need to be replenished (there is much nutrient loss with a miscarriage) in order to ensure a healthy and happy outcome next time around.

    Failing to address these areas can lead to further complications including recurrent miscarriages.

    In my books and on my website you will find a lot more information about this. You may also benefit greatly from a free subscription to my Natural Fertility Booster, a weekly publication where you will have a access to a whole lot more information on how to fine tune you and your partner’s body in order to create the healthiest possible baby.


    I hope this helps!


    With Fertile Blessings,

    Gabriela Rosa | Author, Natural Fertility Specialist, Researcher, Speaker
    BHSc, ND, Post Grad NFM, DBM, Dip Nut, MATMS, MNHAA
    EFT | Natural Fertility | Women’s & Men's Health


    Author of Eat Your Way To Parenthood, The Awful Trugh About Cleaning Products and Fertility Revealed and Protecting your Fertility: The Danges of Conventional Pest Control and Natural Safe, Alternatives Revealed.


    ‘Committed to helping couples create healthy babies and empowering individuals through better health.’



 

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