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October 29th, 2012, 01:19 PM
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Hi Everyone!
I am knew on here and just looking for advice and comfort. I have two children and suffered a miscarriage before conceiving each of them. We are actively trying for baby #3 and after an early miscarriage on Sep. 1st, and a quick trip to the ER for tests and an RH shot, we have yet to concieve again. I was only four days late when I miscarried but had already had many BFP's. The Dr. confirmed I was only a little over a week pregnant and that most women wouldn't have even noticed they were having a miscarriage. My cycle went from the normal 28 days to 32 and stayed that way. I was supposed to start my next period, my 3rd since the miscarriage, on Fri which would be CD 32. But I started today on CD 28! This puts my cycle length back at 28 which is what it was before the miscarriage. Is this a good sign that maybe I can conceive next month? Maybe everything is back to normal? I sure hope this is my last AF for a long time!
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