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Maybe I am lucky having such a short cycle as the cramps I am feeling now are definitely af camps and not losing a baby cramps.
I now have full physical closure on my missed miscarriage. My body is now hopefully kicking back into gear. What the gear is, whether I still have a major problem I do not know.
I suffer from a Leutal Phase defect which means I can suffer from a over average amount of chemical pregnancies. A normal LP woman has around 2-12 cycles where it is a chemical pregnancy. I will have much more than that hence why I do not test silly early.
Here in the UK they are not eager to help you unless you have been TTC for over a year registered with the doc.
I do not want to go down that route anyway again as it was too much fro me mentally last time. This last pregnancy was a surprise and it took me 7 years of on and of TTC to get there.
All I want is to know if I have a problem still or if pregnancy has fixed the problem which is possible.
So I will be charting properly for at least 3 consecutive months using OPK and vaginal temps.
We can only BD twice a weekbecause of our lifestyle so charting and OPK's after that would be a waste of time to time BDing as we can not guarantee we can.
So really this is so I can know if its possible for me to get pregnant or if I will have to wait for another miracle of miracles.
So this is CD1 of my story which will be a long one as I am a pessimistic cow.
Charlie born18th July 8lb8oz 50cm
TTC for 2 years. I never gave up thanks to the girls of TTC