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April 26th, 2012, 08:22 AM
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I had a MC on February 10th, 3 days before my birthday :-( I was almost 7 weeks pregnant. I finally got AF on March 21st, 39 days later. I was thrilled because my husband and I could start trying again, which is what we did this month! I was on BC for 10 years and had AF every 4 weeks. Once I stopped BC my AF was 35 days. Tuesday, 4/23 would have been 35 days since my last AF. I took a test on Monday and got a BFN. Still no AF today (Thursday, 4/26), so I took another test this morning and still a BFN. I've had mild period cramps and my boobs have been sore this week. Not sure what to think?!?! Has anyone had a MC and have their period off track for a while? Thanks for any advice!! :-)
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May 23rd, 2012, 02:22 AM
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Hi, I found this on the pregnancylossinfo website.

Sometimes even if the first cycle seems normal, you start to see your cycles elongate or shorten. First remember that your cycles have changed now. Every pregnancy, regardless of outcome, changes your hormonal makeup. As long as your cycles are at least 24 days and not more than about 45, you are in the range of normal. Your cycles do not have to be the same every month, and most often they will not be.

Sorry for your loss. I miscarried on 4th May.
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