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    Quote Originally Posted by Mulzer View Post
    I had a miscarriage in August and my cycle went back to normal straight away. This time I've ovulated a few days later than usual.
    Hopefully you ovulate soon.
    When you say went back to normal, do you mean the miscarriage was counted as your AF then you ovulated as normal?

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    I hate the TWW too but I hate the 4+ week wait to ovulate even more. It is so frustrating having such unpredictable cycles. Much to my husbands dismay, I don't like DTD heaps so to be banging for like 4 weeks without any guarantee that I'm going to get pregnant is frustrating. I have a feeling this baby is going to take us a while to make because of my lack of interest in DTD!

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    I'm still waiting for AF to arrive. I'll test again in the morning, if she hasn't arrived

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    Ahhh my first (maybe imagined) sign that I could be pregnant. Cramping!! But I had a miscarriage two cycles ago so it's entirely possible my body is still sorting itself out down there. But....MAYBE it is implantation cramping....I should be able to test on Sunday but it might be a bit early. I can't believe I am just as bad with the second. It's because this doesn't come easily to us.

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    Having a bit of a bad day today. One of my friends who I used to live with when I had both of my miscarriages last year has just told me she is pregnant. At the time of my miscarriages she said she didn't want kids for at least another 5 years.

    When she told me, I felt sick in my stomach. I'm obviously happy for her, however I am quite sad and jealous as I thought by now I would have a baby or at the very least be pregnant again. It just hit a raw nerve for me and now I just can't stop thinking about it. Is this wrong of me, am I being stupid?

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    Quote Originally Posted by babymummatobe View Post
    Having a bit of a bad day today. One of my friends who I used to live with when I had both of my miscarriages last year has just told me she is pregnant. At the time of my miscarriages she said she didn't want kids for at least another 5 years.

    When she told me, I felt sick in my stomach. I'm obviously happy for her, however I am quite sad and jealous as I thought by now I would have a baby or at the very least be pregnant again. It just hit a raw nerve for me and now I just can't stop thinking about it. Is this wrong of me, am I being stupid?
    Oh no. That's tough. It can be so hard sometimes. Keep strong. Hopefully your bfp will come soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babymummatobe View Post
    Having a bit of a bad day today. One of my friends who I used to live with when I had both of my miscarriages last year has just told me she is pregnant. At the time of my miscarriages she said she didn't want kids for at least another 5 years.

    When she told me, I felt sick in my stomach. I'm obviously happy for her, however I am quite sad and jealous as I thought by now I would have a baby or at the very least be pregnant again. It just hit a raw nerve for me and now I just can't stop thinking about it. Is this wrong of me, am I being stupid?
    Huge hugs. It is so hard sometimes, when all you want is a baby and other people are getting it while you're still waiting

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    I've started spotting, so I guess AF will be here tomorrow. Off to the January thread I go

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    Sorry to hear @babymummatobe. I get where you're coming from though - I just found out on Facebook that one of my cousins is pregnant with her 3rd baby. I'm happy for her but there's a big part of me that is upset that she's having a 3rd baby and I'm still waiting for my 1st. I know it's stupid but I'm a bit jealous.


 

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