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They told me to wait two cycles. I think I should at least be waiting till AF returns. Well last night we had an oopsie. I thought he was going to pull out. Yes I know this is not a good method to be using but I wasn't that worried about it at the time. I guess it is hard to go back to condoms and avoiding when you are used to ttc. I started crying right after I realized he didn't pull out and I am very nervous now. I am having ewcm and also o pains. The o pains are on my right side though. (Which is the side where my tube was removed).
I am trying not to be upset but I am just anxious now. I am afraid that my docs are going to be upset with me and I am also worried about what if I do get pregnant this month. I have pretty much been screwing up everything the last month or so.
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Patty ~ I know exactly what you mean about going back to using condoms after ttc for so long. We had a major oopsie the 2nd month after we lost Onesie & nothing happened of it. There is always a chance you could end up pg & honestly, I wouldn't worry about it b/c most drs say to wait 3 mths so that your emotions can get back to normal. There are plenty of women out there that have gotten pg the cycle after their loss. FYI, you may want to post this in the main PL board so you can get more responses. This subforum is normally used to share your story of your m/c & not used much for posting other topics . I hope you are beginning to recover emotionally. It is a long road, as you know. We are all here for you!