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I had a miscarriage three weeks ago, I went to the doctor that Friday which would have been the 22 of February she told me it sometimes is really easy to get pregnant after miscarriage. She said some people have an egg drop as soon as 11 days after.My husband and I started having sex again on March 3, because I wasn't ready at first. We try and have sex at least 3-4 times a week. I have noticed that I have started to have a lot of discharge again and that my nipple go on hard again with just one touch, also my breasts have been itching. I would say I do pee a little more than I was when I first miscarried. I'm not sure if these are signs or in my head I mean before I miscarried I had so many signs such as constipation, waking up to pee in the night, my nipples would stay hard or even just get hard for a long time, being very tired early. And then like now I had a lot of discharge and itchy breasts, with my nipples getting on hard easily (which was never like that when not pregnant). We really want a baby. What do you think my signs mean now?
Right after the miscarriage about a day or two later all the signs were gone.
Last edited by Sarahbee3; March 14th, 2013 at 04:35 AM.
My last child and this child were both conceived on miscarriage cycles. I did not ovulate for a while, though. I think it was O on day 17 for my last, which was my normal CD O day. This one I ovulated on CD 30 or 31.
I hope you get a sticky BFP soon!
James ♥ Arwen est. April 2, 2005
♥ Alice Marie - January 9, 2008
♥ Winter Rose - February 14, 2012
♥ Liliana Vale - September 25, 2013
♥ Daniel Constantine - July 19, 2016
Different people take a different amount of time to "get back to normal". It is possible, but it also could be that your hormones were not low enough. After my m/c's, my cycles went back to pretty normal, but I have known some people that can take months to get back there. Your hcg has to drop back to 0 before anything can happen. Your symptoms being gone are not indicative of that, just like those that don't even get many symptoms as their levels increase.
I hope, for you, that everything is a positive sign! GL!