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    Default Driving myself crazy!

    I had a D&C on April 16th after a missed m/c. Hubby and I decided to wait to try again until August

    I had AF 2/6 - 5/6
    then nothing (bar slight spotting) until 21/7

    Because of the above crazy cycles I now have no idea with AF is due.

    Hubby and I DTD the week he was home in August 4th-11th.

    Since the 17th of August I have had a variety of different symptoms... sore boobs, nausea and queasness, headaches, backaches and just a general feeling I am pregnant. I have done 8 (I know... I can't help myself) tests and they have all been negative.

    Is this all in my head???

    It is driving me crazy.

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    Everyone's experience is different but after my MMC D&C my cycles went haywire (but I had past history of PCO), plus every 2WW I now get 'symptoms'. I think it's my body reacting to the progesterone rise. Perhaps it 'remembers' what it needed to do last time my progesterone was up. Usually my symptoms disappear between 7-11dpo. Maybe not much help, but it seems for many of us miscarriage sends our bodies crazy. I hope you get some clarity on what's going on soon (hopefully a BFP!).

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    thanks for you reply Stretched I will keep my fingers crossed


 

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